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Industrial and Advanced Manufacturing
Canpar’s expansion plans included the construction of a new sorting and distribution facility on a brownfield site owned by the Toronto Economic Development Corporation (TEDCO). Maple Reinders was awarded the contract to demolish existing concrete foundations on site, and to subsequently design and build the new structure. The new terminal is approximately 170,000 square feet on a 16-acre site and incorporates a distribution warehouse with an adjoining office. The Toronto facility is one of the most state-of-the-art sorting centers in the world, utilizing two Sandvik SBIR MD cross-belt sorters.
The project was also the first LEED® certified industrial facility in Canada, implementing such sustainability features as:
• Brownfield rehab through water filtration and soil excavation
• Strict erosion and sedimentation practices
• Existing building components used on-site or recycled (zero demolition waste sent to landfill)
• Exceptional material conservation: salvaged materials (25%), recycled content (23%), and regional content (58%)
• Rainwater cistern to supply irrigation water and toilet/urinal flushing
• Drought-resistant landscaping
• Well-insulated building envelope and high-performance windows
• Energy recovery on exhaust air and CO2 controlled ventilation
• Energy-efficient lighting controlled by occupancy sensors
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NTN Bearing engaged Maple Reinders to provide build-to-suit services for a new head office and distribution building constructed on 3.75 acres at the Mississauga Gateway Centre business park.
Maple Reinders worked with Alcon to select a new site and interacted with the owner to develop the site. Alcon’s new office and warehouse facility was constructed on a Design-Build basis.
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