The joint venture of Stantec and KPMB Architects is providing architectural design services for the planning phase of the Hospital for Sick Children’s (SickKids’) 10-plus year campus redevelopment, Project Horizon.
Construction industry players have created the Toronto Declaration of Inclusive Workplaces & Communities coalition to take action on racism and build safer and more inclusive workplaces for all tradespeople.
World-renowned, Toronto-born architect, Frank Gehry and members of his team revealed the latest refinements of the mixed use, two-tower project at the cultural intersection of King Street West and Ed Mirvish Way in Toronto.
In an exclusive interview, Billy Grayson, the Urban Land Institute (ULI’s) chief sustainability expert, spoke to Construction Canada on how Toronto can improve its aging public housing and why it is vital to do so.
In an exclusive interview, Daniel Ling, principal at Montgomery Sisam Architects, speaks to Construction Canada on Toronto’s first-ever permanent supportive housing project that uses an innovative modular construction method.
As part of the HousingTO action plan, two new housing complexes, 11 Macey and 150 Harrison, have begun to take shape in Toronto. The goal is to create more design-forward, dignified, inclusive, and welcoming homes for the homeless.
The Art Gallery of York University’s (AGYU’s) new, stand-alone art gallery in Toronto, to be designed and constructed by architectural firm Hariri Pontarini Architects (HPA), will embrace a vision of art and connectedness.
Construction has begun on the United Building in Toronto. It will be North America’s tallest architectural heritage retention development. The United Building will evolve to a 52-storey high-rise, which will highlight the restored heritage structure of the storied Maclean Publishing Company/Maclean-Hunter Building.