February 17, 2011
Vanbots continues work on Lebovic Jewish Community Campus in Vaughan, Ontario
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Construction is moving along at the Joseph and Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus in Vaughan, Ont.
Construction manager Vanbots, a division of Carillion Construction Inc. has completion of the multi-level centre scheduled for early 2012. The work includes a fitness centre, dance/art studio, a daycare facility and two swimming pools. The project was designed by Petroff Partnership Architects.
Consultants are: Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd. (structural); LKM Consulting Engineers Inc. (mechanical); and Hammerschlag & Joffe Inc. (electrical). Subtrades include: Ragno Excavating; Hardrock Forming Co.; Benson Steel Ltd. (structural steel); Gilbert Steel Ltd. (rebar); Innocon Inc. (concrete); Clifford Masonry; Modern Niagara Toronto Inc. (mechanical); Guild Electric Ltd.; Flynn Canada Ltd. (roofing); Duron Ontario Ltd. (waterproofing); Global Architectural Metals Inc. (windows); and Kone Inc. (elevators).
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