October 20, 2010
Work continues on Centro condos in Scarborough, Ontario
HOWARD MANDEL/APERTURE IMAGING
Exterior work has reached the top floors of the Centro residential condominium project in Scarborough, Ont. Construction manager Dominus Construction Group began the two 31-storey towers in April 2008.
The work also includes 16 townhouses and four levels of parking.
The Centro project was designed by IBI Group Architects. Consultants are Read Jones Christoffersen Consulting Engineers (structural) and Jain and Associates (mechanical/electrical). Subtrades include: Costa Earthmoving Inc. (excavation); Anchor Shoring & Caissons Ltd. Gilbert Steel Ltd. (rebar); Premform Ltd. (formwork); RES Precast; Innocon Inc. (concrete); D. Zentil Mechanical Ltd. Mayfair Electric Ltd.; Allan Window Systems Inc.; Protech Roofing Waterproofing Ltd.; and ThyssenKrupp Elevator Ltd.
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