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Toys 'R' Us 1988 - 1995  |  8 stores ea. @ 40,000
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Reliance completed twelve stores including locations in the Maritimes, Ontario and Quebec. Each store complied with Toys ‘R’ Us aesthetic standards and varied between 35,000 square feet and 50,000 square feet. Each project was delivered on time in accordance with the client’s 70 calendar day schedule.
Canada Post Control Center 1993  |  20,000 sf
Contract delivery :
Part of the head office complex for Canada Post in Ottawa, the Control Center accounted for almost $20,000,000 of the project’s overall construction cost, a figure indicative of the complexity of the work involved. It houses the world’s most sophisticated mail monitoring system, together with advanced-technology communications and computing facilities that tie the system to regional centers across the country and provide its national intelligence. Built to clean room standards, the center features multi-level computer flooring, several thousand meters of communication and power cabling, and provision for special systems to control air exchanges within the environment.
National Headquarters Canada Post Corporation 1993  |  800,000 sf
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Canada Post’s $80,000,000 headquarters, located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, features 800,000 square feet of office space in two ten story towers, a separate, above-ground parking facility for 950 cars and a space-age network control centre (see Advanced Technology Section – Canada Post Control Center). Undertaken on a fast-track basis for the developer, Standard Life, the project was completed in just sixteen months – six months ahead of schedule. It has won multiple awards for energy efficiency and architectural design and was the feature on the Canadian postal 38 cent stamp for most of 2002 and 2003.
Nortel 1992  |  158,000 sf
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All aluminum and glass curtain wall office building, 158,000 sf of office for Nortel, including demised retail spaces and several levels of underground parking.
Kodak 1991  |  120,000 sf
Contract delivery :
All aluminum and glass curtain wall office building. One of the first office buildings on Nun's Island, in Montreal, including 113,000 SF of office for Kodak as well asseveral levels of underground parking for employees.
Montreal Trust Computer Center 1990  |  80,000 sf
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Primary computer processing center for Bank of Montreal Trust, located on Nun's Island in Montreal. Special requirements included multiple levels of redundancy for electrical systems including an emergency generator with underground oil tanks, extensive security systems, explosion proof rooms, impact resistant facades including false windows, and stringent humidity and ventilation requirements.
University of Montreal Teaching Facility 1990  |  350,000 sf
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Masonry and glass multi-function teaching facility for the University of Montreal. Building includes classrooms, lounges and laboratories.
Place Canada Trust 1989  |  325,000 sf
Contract delivery :
This $30,000,000, twenty-three storey office complex, built in downtown Montreal for First Quebec Corporation (original developers), represents some 325,000 square feet of interior office space. Construction was significantly complicated by the fact that the structure envelops a massive, pre-existing substation and rectifier station providing power and ventilation to the entire Montreal subway system. A pedestrian tunnel below the street to the existing metro was also part of the project which was completed within budget, and within the scheduled eighteen month time period.
Matrox I & II 1983, 1988  |  250,000 sf
Contract delivery :
Head offices, manufacturing and research facility constructed in two separate buildings. Manufacturing facility included stringent requirements required for the production of video graphics cards. The two building campus includes a swimming pool, fitness center, two full service cafeterias, soccer field and extensive security systems.
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