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Updates on CECA and tall buildings for Vancouver and Toronto

By Elevator World | July 1, 2020

Changes on CECA Board The Canadian Elevator Contractors Association (CECA) announced changes on its board of directors. Following the resignation of Trevor Doell as treasurer, Braden Hopkirk now fills the role, per the guidelines set out in the CECA Constitution that the runner-up in the June 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) vote fill the position…

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Multiple towers and transit station upgrades

By Elevator World | May 1, 2020

Country’s Tallest Residential Tower Part of Toronto Plan Designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, the 95-story SkyTower is part of a three-tower project — Pinnacle One Yonge (ELEVATOR WORLD, January 2018) — rising close to CN Tower in downtown Toronto, The Architect’s Newspaper reported. Upon completion, the 1,027-ft-tall structure, with a glassy, faceted façade, would become…

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58-story tower announced; The Well progresses.

By Elevator World | August 1, 2019

Pei Partnership-Designed Tower for Yonge and Eglinton A 58-story condominium tower designed by Pei Partnership Architects with Toronto-based Quadrangle will be one of the latest additions to the red-hot Yonge and Eglinton area, with the podium formed and floors beginning to ascend late this spring, Urban Toronto reported. Tower Hill Developments is behind 2221 Yonge…

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Updates from Vancouver, Toronto

By Elevator World | May 1, 2019

KONE Providing VT System for “Living Sculpture” in Vancouver KONE has been selected to provide the vertical-transportation (VT) system for a 25-story o–ce tower at 400 West Georgia Street in downtown Vancouver. Described as a “living sculpture,” the building was designed by OSO of Tokyo and resembles stacked boxes. Aiming for Leadership in Energy and…

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High-rise construction continues throughout the city, according to Urban Toronto.

By Elevator World | March 1, 2018

Developer Plans Mixed-Use Tower Developer QuadReal hopes to build a 64-story mixed-use tower. The structure, which would include office and retail space, would be 298 m tall and cover a gross floor area of 180,259 m2. It would be built on the existing Commerce Court site and require the demolition of the Commerce Court South…

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