February 24, 2011
Construction continues on Jade Kennedy development in Markham, Ontario
HOWARD MANDEL/APERTURE IMAGING
Work is moving up at the Jade Kennedy Development, South Unionville Square Phase One in Markham, Ont.
Construction manager for the two-storey retail project is Mady Contract Division Ltd. Completion has been scheduled for winter 2011. The project was designed by Turner Fleischer Architects Inc.
Consultants are Carruthers & Wallace/Y & V Engineering (structural) and LKM Consulting Engineers Inc. (mechanical/electrical). Subtrades include: Ciro Excavating/Con-Drain Co. Ltd.(excavation); Anchor Shoring & Caissons Ltd.; Cromax Forming Ltd.; Toronto Redi-Mix Ltd. (concrete); Harris Rebar; United Floor Co. Ltd. (concrete floor); Besa Interiors (drywall); Global Mechanical; Dircam Electric; Global Fire Protection; Aluminum Window Designs Ltd.; Foran’s Roofing; Duron Ontario Ltd. (waterproofing); and Kone Inc. (elevators).
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