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Jackman Law Granted Ontario Builder Award

The $44 Million renovation and expansion of the Jackman Faculty of Law Building at the University of Toronto is the recipient of the Ontario General Contractor’s Association (OGCA) ‘Group 3 Commercial’ category of the Ontario Builder Awards.

Heritage Construction Scores a Hat-Trick

Heritage is pleased to announce Queen Richmond Centre has received its third industry award in as many months. 

The Ontario General Contractor’s Association (OGCA) selected Queen Richmond Centre as the top project in the ‘Group 4 Commercial’ category of the Ontario Builder Awards.  “Group 4 Commercial” is one of the most highly contested categories for projects ranging in value from $75 Million to $150 Million. Heritage Construction is honoured to be recognized by OGCA.

Heritage wins 2016 TCA Project Achievement Award

Toronto Construction Association has announced the recipients of the 2016 TCA “Best of the Best” Awards with Heritage Construction winning the coveted Project Achievement Award (Large Project Category).

“TCA's Project Achievement Awards pay tribute to member companies on large, medium and small projects who raise the bar in terms of professional excellence. What sets these projects apart is unique teamwork, dedication, innovation, professionalism and leadership that together culminate in an ‘extraordinary’ project achievement.”

Heritage Mobilizes On-Site at Durham College

Using a design-build project delivery model, Heritage Construction in conjunction with Montgomery Sisam Architects and Architecture Counsel, have mobilized on-site to commence building the newest addition to the Durham College campus, the Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE).  Valued at $27 Million, the CFCE represents a new direction for the campus, changing the way the College community and public relate and engage with the campus.  The CFCE reflects the College’s commitment to sustainable behaviors in support of their Living Green initiative and has been designed to achieve

Heritage named Construction Manager for OCAD U Creative City Campus

Heritage Construction has been identified as the preferred proponent for the OCAD University Creative City Campus Expansion and Renovation.  This $40 Million project is comprised of a vertical expansion of 100 McCaul in downtown Toronto in addition to renovations and alternations of existing OCAD U facilities in order to modernize operations.  Preconstruction will begin early in the New Year with construction slated to start in the third quarter of 2017.

Heritage Construction Joint-Ventures with Buttcon on McNicoll Bus Garage

The Buttcon/Heritage Joint-Venture has been awarded the design-build construction contract for the new TTC McNicoll Bus Garage.  The 310,000 sq ft garage offers storage space for 275 buses, includes maintenance and paint shop facilities, and provides surface parking for 350 employees.  Project value is approximately $130 Million.  Construction is anticipated to start mid summer 2017.

80 Atlantic: Wood Construction in a Mid-Rise Commercial Building

The site located at 80 Atlantic Avenue is set to become the first mid-rise commercial office building in Ontario to be constructed of wood in nearly a century.  Hullmark Developments and Quadrangle Architects selected a traditional, yet unusual, material for the structure of the building to differentiate it from the myriad of concrete/steel offices being developed in the immediate area, hoping to attract unique tenants to this post-and-beam office complex in Liberty Village.  The five storey commercial building, complete with two levels of underground parking will utilize cross-laminated wo

2016 Ontario Concrete Awards: Queen Richmond Centre West

Congratulations to Sweeny &Co Architects, recipient of the 2016 Ontario Concrete Award for Architectural Merit.  Queen Richmond Centre, developed by Allied Properties REIT and built by Heritage Construction, utilized concrete as a principle construction element in a design solution that allowed for the preservation and adaptive reuse of two heritage buildings and intensification of the site with the addition of new office space.  The result is a distinctive, cost effective, energy efficient building.  The impressive, publicly accessible, Atrium and the appearance of the office tower

2016 Ontario Concrete Awards: Audi Midtown Toronto

Audi Midtown Toronto is based on the new “Terminal Design” from Audi AG and serves as the Canadian flagship store.  Located at one of the most heavily traveled areas of Toronto, the 401/404 interchange,  Audi had the opportunity to mesmerize passersby.  This seven storey reinforced concrete structure utilized roughly 8,500 m3 of concrete of varying strengths (testing verified one element reaching 113 MPa at 28 days).

Heritage Courthouse to be Renovated – November 5, 2015

Heritage Construction was recently awarded a $23.8M Construction Management contract by the City of Hamilton to renovate 50 Main Street East, a 1956 heritage building, updating base building infrastructure and security measures to provide long-term accommodations for the Provincial Offences Administration Office (POA), the Ontario Municipal Board, and the City of Hamilton’s Legal Services & Risk Management Divisions.   Currently vacant, 50 Main Street East provides the City with 112,000 sq ft of space for the aforementioned clients with the remainder of the space being made available to


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