Ontario taxpayers, it’s time to rejoice! School boards in need of innovation can now act smarter and faster when they choose to build new structures. It’s only possible with the construction technique that reduces costs and creates a superior structure for students and staff.
Stronger schools are better schools. Better and stronger are both possible with tilt-up construction through Ontario’s own Tilt Wall.
‘Going green’ isn’t just the latest rage in how we manage our daily lives. It’s also front-and-centre in the construction processes and products involved in schools across Ontario.
Ontario’s new educational institutions are opening sooner than ever when innovative construction techniques from Tilt Wall are implemented.
At almost twice the size of a football field, the new Granval Warehouse in Woodstock, Ontario is being hailed as not only one of the largest multi-tenant warehousing projects in the region, but also one of the most innovative.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force consumers to shop online in ever-increasing numbers, developers must quickly construct facilities that can easily adapt to addressing how our global economy will constantly evolve.
Woodstock, Ontario (November 2, 2020) Tilt Wall Ontario Inc. has been honoured with two awards Tilt-Up Achievement Awards for its off-grid Burk’s Falls residence project and affordable-housing project in Belleville.
To add to its growing team of construction professionals, Tilt Wall Ontario Inc. will be hiring a senior project manager to take on large-scale projects for the award-winning tilt-up construction business.
The upcoming Tilt-Up Convention and Expo 2020 is not only breaking new ground by going completely virtual, but also in one of its exciting online sessions which will highlight performance-based alternative designs in the tilt-up industry.
The popular Convention and Expo will be hosted online October 5–9, 2020 and allow registrants to create their own avatar to walk through the virtual venue.
Belleville’s Home for Good project transformed how Ontario should respond to our housing crisis.
One of the most important challenges Ontario is facing is the need to quickly build more affordable housing. Although we could write many articles on just the crisis itself, we are here to discuss a method of construction that can lower the cost of new building construction, and thus more quickly address the problem.