Evergreen Brickworks

The Kiln Building

We are the Project Manager leading the adaptive reuse of Building 16 (The Kiln Building) at Evergreen’s Brickworks through the design, permitting and construction and building commissioning process. The heritage building, which previously housed several large-scale kilns used to fire the bricks, will be the setting for a new national hub for innovation and a centre for sustainable city-building. Construction will include the enclosure of the open-sided building with new window walls, the installation of geothermal and solar storage-sourced heating and cooling through a radiant floor system, and the construction of collaborative research spaces above the kilns. The 58,000 square-foot, $12-million project aims for a standard of net-zero carbon and will be completed by year end 2017.

Project Team

LGA Architects

ERA Architects

Brookfield GIS

Arup Canada

EllisDon

Whitby Fire Hall

201 Brock Street, Whitby

We are redeveloping this one-acre site in the core of Old Whitby. The twenty-three unit live-work project at Colborne and Brock Street is part of the Town of Whitby’s initiative to revitalize its downtown through the introduction of carefully selected proposals that will attract new residents, new businesses and new jobs.

Waterfront Redevelopment

City of Orillia

Working with the City of Orillia, we are providing development consulting services for the redevelopment of its waterfront property at 70 Front Street, which the city purchased in 2015. The recommendations and overall vision that come out of our assessment will help prepare the City-led revitalization of its waterfront.

North York Women’s Shelter

City of Toronto

We are the Project Manager leading the approval and construction of a new 25,000 square-foot emergency shelter and program hub. The $8-million facility will be completed in March of 2019.