January 23, 2013
Construction continues on York Harbour Club Condos in Toronto
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Work is moving up on the York Harbour Club Condominiums on Bastion Street in Toronto, Ont.
Construction manager TMG Builders began the two-tower project in November 2011 for owner Plaza Corp. and the work includes one 17-storey and one 16-storey tower with a total of 502 units and four levels of underground parking.
The towers will be connected by a six-storey podium and completion is scheduled for early 2014. The project was designed by Quadrangle Architects. Consultants are: Jablonsky Ast & Partners (structural) and Concord Engineering (mechanical/electrical).
Subtrades include: Anpro Excavating & Grading Ltd.; Drillco Foundation Co. Ltd. (shoring/caissons); Canada Wide Reinforcing Steel Co. Ltd. (rebar); Verdi (formwork); Global Precast; VIP Railings (structural steel); CBM (concrete); Primo Mechanical; Nortown Electric; State Windows Corp. Tedesco (roofing) and ThyssenKrupp Elevator Ltd.
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