October 6, 2010
EllisDon continues construction on Hospital for Sick Children research facility
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Construction continues on the new Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute in Toronto. EllisDon Corp. is general contractor of the 21-storey facility, which will include research labs, education and conference space, retail space, and three levels of underground parking.
The architects for the project are Diamond & Schmitt Architects Inc. and HDR Architecture.
Consultants are: Halcrow Yolles (structural); H.H. Angus and Associates Ltd. (mechanical/electrical); and du Toit Allsopp Hillier (landscape).
Subtrades include: York Excavating and Grading Co. Ltd.; Deep Foundations Contractors Inc.; C & T Reinforcing Steel Co. (1987) Ltd.; Avenue Building Corp.; Comstock Canada (mechanical); Ontario Electrical Construction Co.; Paul & Douglas Sprinklers (fire protection); and Otis Canada Inc. (elevators).
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