Construction Business Magazine | November/December 2020 Vol. 18 No. 1

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LAUREL STREET WORKS YARD: YARD BUILDING Black & McDonald Limited

THE NEW LAUREL STREET WORKS YARD IS REPLACING THE aging facility to ensure effective and efficient delivery of public works and infrastructure services for the City of Burnaby. The redevelopment includes demolition, underground works, new distribution, lighting, power, re alarm and data. The construction work needed to be in accordance with all applicable bylaws, and every effort was made to minimize disruption to residents and businesses in the area.

ST PAUL’S HOSPITAL — COOLING TOWER AND CHILLER 2 REPLACEMENT

G3 TERMINAL VANCOUVER

THE REPLACEMENT OF THE COOLING TOWERS AT ST. PAUL’S Hospital was done in a phased approach while maintaining the exiting cooling loads throughout their winter operation. The Chilled Water System was modified to provide increased pump energy savings, fewer pumps, and simpler control requirements. Based on the efficient replacement, the contract for chiller #2 was added and provided key energy savings during the winter months.

THE G3 TERMINAL VANCOUVER WILL OPTIMIZE GRAIN receiving, storage, and shipping operations on Canada’s West Coast. The project involved the design, supply, and installation of the Terminal’s reprotection and redetection systems. The scope included preaction sprinkler system and standpipes, manual deluge systems, dock wet standpipes, diesel repump, realarm, redetection, dry chemical resuppression systems, and explosion isolation systems.

Black & McDonald Limited

OPEN OUTCRY RESTAURANT AND BAR

Gisborne Group Carrier Enterprises Canada Protec Installations Group Carrier Enterprises Canada Control Solutions Ltd. LJH Construction Inc.

THE OPEN OUT CRY CAFE WAS BUILT IN THE EXCHANGE building where the old trading floor of the Vancouver Stock Exchange once stood. The Edwardian style features and the feel and flow of the Stock Exchange was retained in the space by incorporating period specific design elements by award winning designer Ste. Marie Art and Design. 28 CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS

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Gisborne Industrial Construction Ltd.