October 13, 2010
Work continues on Village Gate West III project in Toronto
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Work continues for the Village Gate West III condominium/rental project in Toronto, Ont.
Owner/developer Concert Properties Ltd. with owner OMERS Sun Life Financial and general contractor Deltera Inc. began the two-tower project with a total of 501 units in spring 2009. The project also includes 12 townhomes and four levels of underground parking linking both towers.
The project was designed by IBI Group Page + Steele Inc. Consultants are: Jablonsky, Ast and Partners (structural); M.V. Shore Associates (1993) Ltd. (mechanical/electrical). Subcontractors include: Magine Contractors (excavation); Rumble Foundations (Ontario) Ltd.; Forma-con (precast); Mega City Tile; Hilton (painting); Stirling Carpet; Leader (mechanical); Cooltech Services Ltd.; Nortown Electrical Contractors Associates; and ThyssenKrupp Elevator Ltd.
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