WILLIAM COMWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHY
Interior work continues for the new Four Seasons Centre For The Performing Arts auditorium at 145 Queen Street West in Toronto. Construction manager PCL Constructors Canada Inc. began the four-tiered European horseshoe-shaped building in April 2003 and it will be completed by the end of February. The eight-level project involves a 2000-seat theatre, a four storey city room with dressing rooms, rehearsal space, an opera shop and box office entrance. There will also be one level of underground parking. Diamond and Schmitt Architects Inc. Consultants are: Yolles Partnership Inc.
The Project Team
Project manager of the The Four Seasons Centre For The Performing Arts is Stantec Consulting Ltd. and owner is the Canadian Opera House Corporation. It was designed by Diamond and Schmitt Architects Inc. Consultants are: Yolles Partnership Inc. (structural); Crossey Engineering Ltd. (mechanical); Mulvey & Banani International Inc. (electrical); Fisher Dachs Associates (theatre); and Sound Space Design (acoustics). Subtrades include: York Excavating & Grading Co. Ltd.; Rumble Foundations (Ontario) Ltd. (shoring/caissons); Structform International Ltd. (formwork); Blenkhorn Sayers (structural steel); Harris Rebar (rebar supply); Canadian Building Materials Co. (concrete supply); Limen Masonry; Artmagic Carpentry; Cesaroni Contracting Inc. (drywall/plaster); Sayers & Associates Ltd. (mechanical); Plan Group (electrical); Joseph Gartner (structural glazing); Ferguson-Neudorf Glass Inc. (curtain wall); Modern Railings & Metalcraft Ltd. (misc. metals); Bothwell-Accurate Co. Ltd. (roofing); Ducharme Seating; Joel Theatrical Rigging (theatrical equipment); and Fujitec Canada Inc.
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