Sound Infrastructure

VOLUME 52 ISSUE No. One

Spring 2020

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:

A NEW SEASON OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION

Light Steel Frame Construction Delivers Precision, Efficiency and Savings - Seasons Retirement Residence, Cambridge, Ontario

Located in a heritage neighbourhood in Cambridge, Ontario, the new Seasons retirement residence looks like it belongs. Stone and brick clad the bottom two floors, reflecting the architecture and scale of the street. Above, the tower that rises from the podium is a lighter, more modern stucco. But don your x-ray glasses to look beyond […]

READ MORE

AIRPORT UPGRADE CELEBRATES THE PRAIRIE LANDSCAPE

Steel blends old and new structures, while providing speed and cost-savings - Brandon Municipal Airport, Manitoba

The Brandon Municipal Airport needed a major upgrade. First constructed in the 1970s, the building was out-of-date and small. But Prairie Architects, Inc., the firm that was contracted for the project, faced a challenge. The airport needed to remain open and operational while a new expansion and overhaul of existing facilities was completed. “The original […]

READ MORE

VERSATILITY LEADS TO EFFICIENCY

Using pre-painted Z275 (G90) galvanized insulated steel panels to provide sustainability, energy efficiency along with durability - SMS Equipment Inc. Laval, Quebec

When SMS Equipment was constructing a new facility just outside Laval, Quebec, the company was looking for a distinctive structure that reflected its business.  SMS is the leading Canadian heavy machinery distributor for the construction, forestry, mining and utility industries and is Canada’s largest Komatsu dealer. The new building had to house offices, warehouses, workshops and […]

READ MORE