October 21, 2010
Construction continues on Victory Condos in Toronto
WILLIAM CONWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHY
Work continues on the Victory Condos on King Street in Toronto. Owner BLVD Developments Ltd., along with construction manager Tucker HiRise, have completion scheduled for spring 2011.
The work includes a 12-storey, 180-unit building, with two of the units as rentals and four levels of underground parking.
The Victory project was designed by Wallman Architects. Consultants are Jablonsky Ast & Partners (structural); and Able Engineering Inc. (mechanical/electrical). Subtrades include: Michael Bros Excavating; Deep Foundations Contractors Inc. (shoring/caissons); Salit Steel (rebar); Innocon Inc., (concrete); Delgant Construction Ltd. (formwork); Hi-Rise Mechanical; and Nortown Electrical Contractors Associates.
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