Consultant RJC Engineers provided structural engineering for a complex, mixed-use development within a tight urban site of Toronto. This city-enhancing project was developed by IvanhoeÌ Cambridge and Hines and designed by WilkinsonEyre and Adamson Associates Architects, with general contracting delivered by EllisDon. The development rises 54 storeys and provides 1,500,000 square feet of Class AAA commercial office space, restaurants, retail, terraced park platform and a new GO bus terminal. RJC Engineers is proud to be part of a vision for a new international standard of office building. In selecting this project, the jury noted the challenging site, located on reclaimed land and one of the busiest hubs in Canada, and how it will influence the construction of buildings in the future.
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View more about this project in Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine.