2017 – The Northern College Integrated Emergency Service Building

Client: Northern College

Location: Timmins, Ontario

Contract Value: $14.4 Million

Architect: J.L. Richards & Associates Limited

Completion Date: Anticipated Fall 2018


Lump Sum Contract

Project Description

The Northern College Integrated Emergency Service Building is a brand-new stand alone state of the art operational Fire Hall and EMS Facility and Training Facility for Northern College.

The 42,000 square foot Facility will house college, academic programs for ambulance, fire and police services consisting of classrooms, scenario labs, garage spaces and hose tower. The academic programs will be integrated with a sub-station Fire Hall for the City of Timmins and Land Ambulance Base.

Included under our contract we are responsible for the entire construction of the facility including new site services, parking facilities and service road.

The building is comprised of a structural steel superstructure, infilled with concrete block and wind bearing metal stud assemblies. The finishes of the exterior of the building include Metal Cladding Systems, Aluminum Composite Panels, Masonry Veneer and Aluminum Curtain Wall Assemblies.

Once completed the building will serve as a monumental project for the Municipality and the students of Northern College. Providing both parties to train and work in a facility that is unique to Northern Ontario.

2016 – Awarded Construction of the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit

Client: NBPS District Health Unit

Location: North Bay, Ontario

Contract Value: $14.9 Million

Architect: Mitchell Architects Inc.

Completion Date: Anticipated Spring 2017


Health Care / Medical Clinic
Lump Sum Contract

Project Description

This health care facility supporting the North Bay and Parry Sound District serves as the new main office and medical facility for the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit.

The project consists of constructing a new 60,000 square foot facility on an existing brownfield site.

The foundations are comprised of a shallow cast in place foundations with underground venting to help aid in the remediation of the soils. The main superstructure is constructed out of a structural steel frame with sections of glulam timber framing and cast in place shear walls extending up through both storeys of the building.

The exterior of the building is unique in its construction by way of introducing a glulam curtain wall assembly. Along with the introduction of zinc panels, wood composite panels, specialty architectural stone, and aluminum curtain walls.