Sponsored
Sponsored
Canada
TKE Canada Doubles VT Service Footprint for Retailer

TKE Canada Doubles VT Service Footprint for Retailer

By Elevator World | September 16, 2021

TK Elevator (TKE) Canada has expanded its service footprint on vertical-transportation (VT) systems at supermarket Loblaws’ locations in Canada, TKE has announced. Lowblas, headquartered in Brampton, Ontario, has more than 2,400 stores across the country. In 2017, TKE supported 139 elevators and escalators but now provides service and maintenance on more than twice that many units, the…

Read More
NEEA Welcomes Additions to Its Leadership Team

NEEA Welcomes Additions to Its Leadership Team

By Elevator World | September 9, 2021

The National Elevator and Escalator Association (NEEA), a voice for Canada’s vertical-transportation industry, has named two new members to the leadership team as part of an expansion and modernization aimed at meeting growing demands, the association announced on September 7. Christian von Donat has been appointed executive director, operations, and Mark Chiarelli is the new…

Read More
Residential High-Rise Coming to Metrotown, Canada

Residential High-Rise Coming to Metrotown, Canada

By Elevator World | August 12, 2021

Qualex-Landmark’s 24th residential community, Artesia, designed by Ramsay Worden Architects, will feature 247 one-, two- and three- bedroom residences in a 31-story high-rise building on the quieter side of Metrotown in Burnaby, Canada, according to a press release in Burnaby Now. A lobby will sit upon an aquatic base, forming a gateway to 5,300 ft2 of interior…

Read More
Designs Released for Central Park House in Canada

Designs Released for Central Park House in Canada

By Elevator World | July 27, 2021

Gensler has released designs for Central Park House, a 41-story high rise in Burnaby, Canada, that will feature an off-center glazed atrium halfway up, dezeen reports. The atrium section, called the Horizon Pavilion, will feature a pool with a view. This communal section of the building will jut out at one end and come in at the…

Read More
TKE to Acquire Vancouver-Based City Elevator

TKE to Acquire Vancouver-Based City Elevator

By Elevator World | July 27, 2021

TK Elevator (TKE) announced on July 23 it signed an agreement to acquire City Elevator, founded in 2004 and providing elevator service and maintenance through more than 75 employees in the Vancouver, Canada, metro area. The deal is set to become effective on July 29. TKE has a strong presence in the metro Vancouver area,…

Read More
Canadian Border Reopens In Time For Ceca Golf Conference

Canadian Border Reopens In Time For Ceca Golf Conference

By Elevator World | July 21, 2021

Canada announced on July 19 that they are reopening their borders to fully vaccinated international travelers soon, 680 News was among outlets to report. The border, which has been closed since March 2020, will open to fully vaccinated U.S. residents on August 9and international travelers starting September 7. This announcement comes just in time for the Ninth…

Read More
Elevator-World---Fallback-Image

Escalator Injury Case Against Shopping Mall Dismissed

By Elevator World | July 16, 2021

A case involving injuries from an escalator at a mall in Sudbury, Canada, was dismissed, Mondaq reports. The case involved the plaintiff, a 14-year-old boy who sustained injuries, including fractures to his right leg, wrists and jaw, when he stood outside of an escalator, grabbed the handrail, lost his grip when he reached the top and fell…

Read More
24-Story Tower Proposed for West Broadway In Vancouver

24-Story Tower Proposed for West Broadway In Vancouver

By Elevator World | July 9, 2021

Yuanheng Holdings is proposing to redevelop 1395 West Broadway in Vancouver, Canada, into a 315-ft-tall, 24-story office tower, making it the tallest building on the Central Broadway Corridor, exceeding the 297-ft-tall Jim Pattison Pavilion of Vancouver General Hospital, and the 283-ft-tall rental housing tower a block to the east, Daily Hive reports. There will be 300,000 ft2 of…

Read More
Application Submitted for Sixth Tower In Canadian Development

Application Submitted for Sixth Tower In Canadian Development

By Elevator World | June 29, 2021

An application has been submitted for a sixth tower in the development The Amazing Brentwood (TAB), a mixed-use development that includes shops, restaurants, entertainment and housing, in Burnaby, Canada, Daily Hive reports. The sixth tower will be 417-ft tall and 39 stories and will be built on the northwestern corner of the 28-acre site, which is currently…

Read More
Construction Of Condominiums Begins In Montreal

Construction Of Condominiums Begins In Montreal

By Elevator World | June 25, 2021

Construction has begun for the 22-story Imperia Condominiums in Montreal, ACQ Construire reports. The project was launched in the summer of 2020 by partners DevMcGill, OMNIA Technologies and Quebecor, and is designed by Provencher_Roy. The building, located at the corner of Bleury and Mayor streets, will include studios and one-bedroom condominiums that will range from 300-513 ft2 and…

Read More
Sponsored
Sponsored
Sponsored

Elevator World | September 2021 Cover

Flipbook

Sponsored