October 7, 2010
Construction continues on McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton
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Work is ongoing for the Canmet MTL, McMaster Innovation Park project in Hamilton, Ont. General contractor EllisDon Corp. began the three-storey, designed for LEED Canada NC Platinum Certification building in May 2009 with completion scheduled for late 2010.
The facility will include office/meeting space, display area, a photo studio and laboratory space.
The project was designed by Diamond and Schmitt Architects Inc. Consultants are Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd. (structural) and Cobalt Engineering (mechanical/electrical). Subcontractors include: Mottlab (lab furniture); Sobotec (composite concrete cladding system); Semple-Gooder (zinc cladding); Bothwell-Accurate Co. Ltd. (membrane roofing); MetalTec (metal roofing); and Stouffville Glass Inc.
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