Maki Condominium Project

Watersun Condominums

Client: Dalron Construction

Location: Sudbury, Ontario

Sector: Multi Unit Residential

Market: Residential

Delivery: Stipulated Sum

Project Value: $5.2 million

Project Description

This new condominium development was the first new condominium project to be constructed in Sudbury since 1988. The building consisted of constructing a new four storey, thirty three unit building, with one, two and three bedroom units ranging from 728-1590 square feet for a private developer.

The superstructure of the building was built entirely out of ICF construction, and hollow core slabs for each floor. With the use of the ICF construction it for the interior and exterior walls it helps in reducing energy consumption and sound transmission between the units.

With the buildings unique “oak leaf” design it allowed for each unit to have an uninterrupted view of Lake Nepahwin with spacious glass-railed balconies, garden floor and penthouse suite. The building also was constructed to embrace the environment and lakes around it ensuring that there is ample green space on the property for the owners to enjoy the outdoor space and relax on the waterfront.

Client: The Barnes Group

Location: North Bay, Ontario

Sector: Multi Unit Residential

Market: Residential

Delivery: Lump Sum Contract

Project Value: $8.3 Million

Project Description

This development saw the construction a new 6 storey, 46 truly unique suites in an elegant six storey building with decorative brick and stucco finish Spectacular view of Lake Nipissing from every suite. Generous sized balconies Decorative aluminum and tempered glass railings on balcony Double glazed thermal windows with sliding glass doors for balconies/patios Professionally landscaped grounds with patio walkways Exclusive garden patios for ground floor suites. Two centrally located elevators Multi-purpose common function room with kitchen & bbq patio Designer appointed lobby, security entry phone system and guest suite.

The project was constructed out of a structural steel superstructure, on a piled foundation with cast-in-place concrete foundation walls. The exterior was comprised of a masonry veneer with an EIFS finish to the remainder of the building.