Mulvey & Banani
Yesterday, downtown Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and its charitable foundation held an official groundbreaking ceremony for their new 22-storey Patient Support Centre (PSC). The ceremony follows eight months of demolition. The site for the PSC was formerly occupied…
B+H Architects’ proposed design for the new 22-storey Patient Support Centre (PSC) located on The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) campus in Toronto will comply with Toronto’s Tier 2 Building Standards.
The first net zero institutional education facility of its kind in Canada opens this fall for students at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ont.
Engineering teams for the project include: Mulvey & Banani, Crossey Engineering, Stephenson Engineering and WalterFedy.
In the early morning hours of July 8th, the move used a self-propelled modular transport vehicle that lifted the bridge from its pre-assembly location into place on Queen Street West.