Coleraine Road - Bolton, Ontario

Coleraine Road – Bolton, Ontario – 2008

Coleraine Road - Bolton, Ontario

Description

Repeat customer! Satisfaction with the quality of product and relationship with Tilt Wall meant that for the fourth time the owner would again use tilt-up for his project.

Project Details

Project: Industrial spec east building at Coleraine and Holland
Location: Bolton, Ontario
Year built: 2008
Owner: M-J-J-J Developments Inc.
Engineer of Record: B.G.B. & Associates Ltd.
General Contractor: Dig-Con International Limited
Building size: 114,500 square feet
Building use: industrial spec buildings
Square footage of insulated panels: 47,888 sq ft
Square footage of non-insulated panels: 0
Number of panels: 68
Heaviest panel: 108,000 lbs
Tallest panel: 36’-7”
Largest panel: 1,700 sq ft
Exterior finish: painted concrete with form liner

Award Winning Project

Tiltwall Ontario Concrete Award 2010

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41 Simpson Road - Bolton, Ontario

41 Simpson Road – Bolton, Ontario – 2005

41 Simpson Road - Bolton, Ontario

Description

Originally designed as a precast clad building, but due to a delay in the delivery of the precast it non load bearing tilt-up was utilized for this project. This was 1 of the 2 first buildings constructed for this developer/ owner. Panels on this building were erected after the structural steel was erected. Construction of these panels was done outside during the winter months.

Project Details

Project: 41 Simpson Road
Location: Bolton, Ontario
Year built: 2004
Owner: M-J-J-J Developments Inc.
Engineer of Record: Tacoma Steckley Engineers
General Contractor: Dig-Con International Limited
Building size: 50,200 sq ft
Building use: industrial spec
Square footage of insulated panels: 34,943 sq ft
Square footage of non-insulated panels: 0
Number of panels: 62
Heaviest panel: 92,200 lbs
Tallest panel: 30’-7”
Largest panel: 828 sq ft
Exterior finish: un-treated concrete with form liner

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38 Nixon Road - Bolton, Ontario

30 Holland Street – Bolton, Ontario – 2007

38 Nixon Road - Bolton, Ontario

Description

With the developer looking again to add another building to his portfolio he turned to designing it with tilt-up. Although his previous experience had been using tilt-up only as a cladding, this building was designed using insulated load bearing tilt-up panels. Using the load bearing properties of tilt-up meant that he would have a column free exterior wall system which would allow him to market it as usable space. Interestingly enough, due to the economic recession the building was left vacant for a winter, the thermal mass properties of the insulated panels meant that without any additional heat the building was kept above freezing.

Project Details

Project: Industrial spec building 30 Holland
Location: Bolton, Ontario
Year built: 2007
Owner: M-J-J-J Developments Inc.
Engineer of Record: B.G.B. & Associates Ltd.
General Contractor: Dig-Con International Limited
Building size: 129,800 square feet
Building use: industrial spec buildings
Square footage of insulated panels: 50,416 sq ft
Square footage of non-insulated panels: 4,242 sq ft
Number of panels: 98
Heaviest panel: 108,000 lbs
Tallest panel: 36’-7”
Largest panel: 1,700 sq ft
Exterior finish: painted concrete with form liner

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Browning Court - Bolton, Ontario

9 Browning Court – Bolton, Ontario – 2005

Browning Court - Bolton, Ontario

Description

Tilt-up panels were used as an exterior finish to this pre-engineered steel building. The owner required an insulated hard wall system and rather than go with the traditional masonry route insulated tilt-up walls with an exposed aggregate finish were used.

Project Details

Project: 9 Browning Court
Location: Bolton, Ontario
Year built: 2005
General Contractor: Dig-Con International Limited
Building use: industrial spec
Square footage of insulated panels: 17,404 sq ft
Square footage of non-insulated panels: 1,840 sq ft
Number of panels: 41
Exterior finish: exposed aggregate
Interesting Facts: Panels were used to clad a pre-engineered steel building

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30 Holland Street - Bolton, Ontario

38 Nixon Road – Bolton, Ontario – 2005

30 Holland Street - Bolton, Ontario

Description

Originally designed as a precast clad building, but due to a delay in the delivery of the precast it non load bearing tilt-up was utilized for this project. This was 1 of the 2 first buildings constructed for this developer/ owner. Panels on this building were erected after the structural steel was erected.

Project Details

Project: 38 Nixon Road
Location: Bolton, Ontario
Year built: 2005
Owner: M-J-J-J Developments Inc.
Engineer of Record: Tacoma Steckley Engineers
General Contractor: Dig-Con International Limited
Building size: 55,400 square feet
Building use: Industrial spec
Square footage of insulated panels: 33,076 sq ft
Square footage of non-insulated panels: 0
Number of panels: 61
Heaviest panel: 82,100 lbs
Tallest panel: 38’-7”
Largest panel: 1,061 sq ft
Exterior finish: un-treated concrete with form liner

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Royal Canin, Guelph, Ontario

Royal Canin – Guelph, Ontario – 2007-2009

Royal Canin, Guelph, Ontario

Description

Due to the high quality of standards that were expected for the interior finish of this project, tilt-up with its polished interior finish was the product of choice. As most of the exterior was clad with IMP (insulated metal panels) tilt-up was used as the structural component. One of the highlights on this project was taking the structural core stair well, which was designed as poured in place, and converting it to tilt-up panels. The panels for this were cast off to the side while the main floors were being constructed using a combination of tilt-up panels and structural slabs. Once the main floors had been poured and achieved the required strength (5 days) the 51 feet high panels were erected and the structural steel erection could proceed, saving approximately 4 weeks on the schedule.

Project Details

Project: Royal Canin Canada
Location: Guelph, Ontario
Year built: 2007-2013
Owner: Royal Canin
Architect: Retiz Consultants
Engineer of Record: Retiz Consultants
General Contractor: Nelson Timbro
Building Use: Manufacturing Facility & Laboratory
Building Size: project was build in 6 phases
Square footage of insulated panels: 1,672 sqft
Square footage of non-insulated panels: 39,927 sqft
Number of Panels: 155
Heaviest Panel: 111,600 lbs
Tallest Panel: 51 feet
Largest Panel: 1,164 sqft
Exterior Finish: Paint finish on exposed panels
Interesting facts: Top of the tallest pannel (51 feet) was at 83 feet high

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Carlow Court - Whitby, Ontario

Carlow Court – Whitby, Ontario – 2005

Carlow Court - Whitby, Ontario

Description

Designed as a spec building the structural integrity of the tilt-up panels meant that the building could easily be divided into various size units once the project had been constructed and tenants were secured.

Project Details

Project: 10 Carlow Court
Location: Whitby, Ontario
Year built: 2005
Owner: Durham Energy Specialists
Architect: Barry-Bryan Associates
Engineer of Record: Barry-Bryan Associates
General Contractor: Johnson Building
Building size: 50,000 sq ft
Building use: mixed commercial
Square footage of insulated panels: 0
Square footage of non-insulated panels: 32,428 sq ft
Number of panels: 58
Heaviest panel: 51,000 lbs
Tallest panel: 31’-4”
Largest panel: 764 feet
Exterior finish: reveal lines and paint

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