February 14, 2011
Construction continues onToronto’s Reve King West condominium project
Construction has reached the top floor of the Reve King West condominium project in Toronto, Ont. Owner/general contractor Tridel Corporation has completion of the 13-storey, 305-unit project with three levels of underground parking scheduled for the end of 2011.
The project designed to meet LEED certification includes a party lounge, meeting rooms, a theatre, wellness centre and rooftop terrace. The Reve was designed by Burka Architects Inc. and Wallman Architects.
Consultants are Jablonsky Ast & Partners (structural) and MCW Consultants Ltd. (mechanical/electrical).
Subcontractors include: Edvac Contracting Ltd. (formwork); Dufferin Concrete; Village Masonry Construction; Lisi Mechanical Contractors Ltd.; OZZ Corp. (electrical); Bellwood Sheet Metal Ltd. (ventilation); Normac Kitchens; Titan Metals Ltd. (architectural metal); Toro Aluminum Ltd (windows) and Selco Elevators.
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