February 22, 2011
EllisDon continues work on Niagara Health and Bioscience Research Complex
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Glass work is underway on the Niagara Health and Bioscience Research Complex in St. Catharines, Ont.
Construction manager EllisDon Corp., along with MHPM Project Managers Inc., has completion of the project, which is designed to meet LEED certification, scheduled for early 2012. The owner is Brock University and the four-storey complex will house research facilities, teaching and office space. The architects for the project are architectsAlliance/Payette.
Consultants are: Halsall Associates Ltd. (structural); Crossey Engineering Ltd. (mechanical/electrical); LRI Fire Inc; AMEC Earth & Environmental (civil); and PMA Landscape Architects. Subtrades include: Ragno Excavating Ltd. (excavating/site work); Res 2000 Structures Inc. (formwork); Mometal Ontario Ltd. (structural steel); Salit Steel Ltd.; Dufferin Concrete; CGI (curtainwall) and Bothwell-Accurate Co. Ltd. (waterproofing).
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