The projects in Toronto and Vancouver are beginning to take shape.
141 Bay Street - CIBC SQUARE II - Toronto, ON
With the mega nodes cast in place, the team was able to install the massive diagonal columns and the tie-back beams to the core. Complex fabrication, heavy plate, and precise engineered erection procedures were on full display in this highly complex stage of construction. The next months will feature the repetitious floor installation up to level 54. Check out our latest pictures from the drone and photographer.
The project also features a 1-acre pedestrian park which is a link between the 2 towers at CIBC SQUARE. Spanning over the rail system leading to Union Station, the pedestrian park required tandem lifts in short windows of opportunity when the trains have finished operating for the evening.
CFC4 - Grocery Fulfilment Centre - Delta, BC
After a year-long period of design assistance and construction planning, first steel arrived and was erected in early July. This 400,000 square feet (37,161 square meters) grocery fulfillment centre will enable customers order fresh produce and other goods shipping directly from the warehouse.
Our collaboration efforts with Beedie once again prove that a strong relationship is the backbone of a successful construction project.
Beedie and Canam Project Management team
Oakridge -Vancouver, BC
This mixed-use development consists of approximately 4.3 million square feet (399,484 square meters) above and below grade, not including the residential buildings. The mixed-use development that includes residential, office, retail, civic uses, and park above a consolidated below-grade parking garage.
Supermétal Construction is erecting two sweeping canopies that require large HSS pieces that are formed in a 3D axis. The installation needs to be precise, requires multiple lifts and detailed sequencing between the shops and our professional site team.
This is Canada's largest multi-use development and features 12 tower cranes in operation.
Burnaby Hospital Expansion, Burnaby, BC
Our crews are completing a new hospital expansion in Burnaby making this a 3rd ongoing project for our team in the Lower Mainland area and the 2nd of our ongoing projects with EllisDon on the West Coast.
The redevelopment is expected to cost more than $1.3 billion, making it among the province’s largest health-care investments. It will add two new patient-care towers with new units and operating rooms, resulting in 399 beds on the campus, a bigger emergency department and a new cancer treatment centre. The last major upgrade to the Burnaby Hospital was more than 40 years ago.
The redevelopment begins with a new six-storey Keith and Betty Beedie Pavilion with 83 beds in primarily single-patient rooms with a private bathroom. The pavilion will include a maternity unit, a neonatal intensive care unit and a medical in-patient unit with negative pressure rooms and outbreak zones to isolate infectious diseases.