In an effort to revitalize the property and the surrounding area previously occupied by the Allendale Bingo Hall, local developer Qualico Developments West Ltd., selected Maple Reinders to construct the first of two proposed commercial buildings, the Allendale Medical Building, also known as Allendale 3.
This project was initiated as part of the Allendale Professional Center. The design of the building allocated the available space primarily for tenant use by medical professionals with the first floor having been zoned for the possibility of retail tenants. Construction of this three-storey medical building included a mechanical penthouse and underground parking. The original contract consisted of the building shell, including structural steel framing, exterior site work and landscaping, and the building envelope, designed to be constructed with SBS roofing, clay and limestone masonry, aluminum windows and curtain wall and composite metal panels.
A core fit-out of the common interior areas was later added in addition to the original scope of work. This presented a unique set of challenges as Maple Reinders was then given the task of managing the scope gap and crossover of multiple conflicting contractors completing both the core building and interior fit-out. In total, the building almost has 66,000 sf of rentable space. The project is LEED® certified.
Maple Reinders was contracted Design and Build a 36,563 SF building, consisting of two floors with individual units ranging from 900 SF to 10,000 SF. The facility houses Ontario’s first Family Healthcare practice as well as other healthcare practitioners and general business offices.