February 2, 2011
Construction continues on San Francisco by the Bay condos in Pickering, Ontario
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Work is moving along for the San Francisco by the Bay condominiums phase one in Pickering, Ont.
Construction manager TMG Builders began the 16-storey, 235-unit building in October 2010 and it will have an exercise facility, party room, indoor pool, retail on the ground floor and two levels of underground parking. The owner is Chestnut Hill Homes and the project was designed by Kirkor Architects & Planners.
Consultants are NCK Engineering Ltd. (structural) and M.V. Shore Associates (1993) Ltd. (mechanical/electrical). Subtrades include: Roni Excavating; Deep Foundations Contractors Inc.; Canada Wide Reinforcing Steel Co. Ltd.; Verdi Alliance (formwork); Global Precast; CBM/St. Marys (concrete); Cesan Mechanical Systems Ltd.; Panson Electrical Services Ltd.; Schindler Elevators and Quest Window Systems Inc.
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