Walters has been awarded PCL’s latest downtown Toronto project, 16 York Tower. Cadillac Fairview (CF) along with its partner, the Ontario Pension Board (OPB), is the owner of the new 32-storey office tower at 16 York Street, located at the southwest corner of York Street and Bremner Boulevard.
The LEED platinum certified building will comprise of 879,000 square feet of first class office space, along with three underground parking levels with 289 parking stalls and ground level retail space. This $479 million dollar project is slated to open June 1, 2020.
Walters is responsible for the supply, detail, fabrication and erection of 640 tons of structural steel and metal deck. The majority of our steel is located in levels P1, 1, 2, as well as the penthouse and the tower’s cantilevered canopy.
Our scope includes 11 large specialized embeds that support the canopy on the second level, and erecting levels one and two of the Mezzanine without the use of the tower cranes. Steel erection for P1-2 is scheduled from June to September 2018, while work on the penthouse and canopy is scheduled to commence in the Spring of 2019.
We look forward to delivering happiness to our valued clients.
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