Muskoka bay resort condominium – Gravenhurst, Ontario – 2019

Originally, cast-in-place concrete was considered for the project, but tilt-up construction proved to be faster, more cost-effective, and better-suited.

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Granval Warehousing – Woodstock, Ontario – 2019

This multi-tenant industrial warehouse project began in Fall 2019. The first floor was formed on October 15, and panel construction started October 21.

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Lakeland Developments Warehousing – Barrie, Ontario – 2019

This project was a prime example of the speed of tilt-up construction. Panel construction began on September 9, and panels were erected in just 8 hours.

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PPFD New Facility – Whitby, Ontario – 2016

Dayton Superior provided the tilt-up contractor with everything necessary to make the construction of a new PPFD facility a success.

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Public Works Garage – Lucan, Ontario – 2012

The Township of Lucan Biddulph chose Tilt-Up as their building method. They went for an exterior finish of plain concrete with the township logo.

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Coleraine-Road-Bolton-Ontario - TiltWall Ontario

Coleraine Road – Bolton Ontario – 2008

Repeat customer! The satisfaction of the project quality & the relationship with Tilt Wall resulted in the owners fourth tilt-up building by Tilt Wall.

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41 Simpson Road - Bolton Ontario - 2005 - TiltWall Ontario

41 Simpson Road – Bolton, Ontario – 2005

Originally designed as a precast clad building, but due to a delay in the delivery of the precast, non-load bearing tilt-up was utilized for this project.

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30 Holland Street - Bolton, Ontario - TiltWall Ontario

30 Holland Street – Bolton, Ontario – 2007

The building was left vacant for the winter, and the thermal mass properties of the insulated panels kept the building above freezing without additional heat.

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9 Browning Court – Bolton, Ontario – 2005 - TiltWall Ontario

9 Browning Court – Bolton, Ontario – 2005

The owner required an insulated hard wall system. Rather than going with the traditional masonry route, insulated tilt-up walls were used.

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38 Nixon Road - Bolton, Ontario - 2005 - TiltWall Ontario

38 Nixon Road – Bolton, Ontario – 2005

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.

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Royal Canin - Guelph, Ontario - 2007-2009 - TiltWall Ontario

Royal Canin – Guelph, Ontario – 2007-2009

Due to the high-quality standards that were expected for the interior finish of this project, tilt-up with its polished interior finish was the product of choice.

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Carlow Court - Whitby, Ontario - 2005 - TiltWall Ontario

Carlow Court – Whitby, Ontario – 2005

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.

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