Mount Sinai Hospital – Toronto, Ontario

The project is a large-scale renovation of several key areas of Mount Sinai Hospital, and includes: redevelopment of the Critical Care Unit; expansion and redesign of the Emergency Department; expansion and redesign of Operating Rooms and Surgical Services; increased Medical/Surgery Inpatient capacity; redesign of some of the Ambulatory Care areas; and redevelopment of a full-service, in-house Medical Devices Reprocessing Department … Read More

CAMH Phase 1C Redevelopment Project – Toronto, Ontario

This 3rd Phase of the master plan redevelopment consists of 2 new buildings (B1 & D1). The project is being delivered using Infrastructure Ontario’s Alternative Financing and Procurement model as a Design Build Finance Maintain (DBFM).  ENGIE MultiTech will be delivering all sheet metal construction, while ENGIE Services will be providing hard and soft FM services, energy management and lifecycle … Read More

Etobicoke General Hospital – Etobicoke, Ontario

The Etobicoke General Hospital state-of-the-art four-storey patient tower will house services most urgently needed by the community such as a larger emergency department, an expanded ICU/CCU, larger patient rooms to accommodate family members, a maternal newborn unit and an ambulatory procedures unit. The project is being delivered using Infrastructure Ontario’s Alternative Financing and Procurement model as a Design Build Finance … Read More

East Rail Maintenance Facility – Whitby, Ontario

The new ERMF – East Rail Maintenance Facility (located in Whitby, ON) will serve as a secondary rail maintenance facility to GO Transit’s existing 30-year old Willowbrook Facility to provide operational flexibility and redundancy under emergency situations.  At more than 500,000 square feet, the maintenance facility will provide daily maintenance for up to twenty-two 12-car passenger trains. The facility will … Read More

222 Jarvis – Toronto, Ontario

Inverted-pyramid-shaped office building contains ten storeys and was initially completed in 1971. Fully retrofitted in 2011 (LEED certified) for the Government of Ontario as a showcase. Project Schedule: June 2010 – October 2012 Size: 455,000 sq. ft. Project delivery type: design assist, fixed price sub-contract

TEVA Canada R&D Facility – Stouffville, Ontario

New construction project provides TEVA with a new pharmaceutical testing and manufacturing facility including laboratories and specialized support systems.  The two-storey structure also included a services mezzanine and a tank farm pit. Project Schedule: June 2010 to June 2011 Size: 34,000 sq. ft. Project delivery type: fixed price sub-contract

Corus Quay – Toronto, Ontario

Eight-storey commercial office building that includes sound studios and broadcast rooms for TV & Radio stations. Project Schedule: June 2008 – September 2010 Size: 475,000 sq. ft. Project delivery type: fixed price sub-contract

Toronto Zoo

ENGIE MultiTech has been awarded a contract for the Toronto Zoo Wildlife Health Centre. The 31,000 square feet facility replaces aging infrastructure. The original 1974 animal holding building had minor upgrades over the years which have done little to increase the quantity and quality of the space. The new health centre will lay the foundation for high-quality wildlife health, reproduction and species … Read More

ERMF – East Rail Maintenance Facility

ENGIE MultiTech is proud to introduce one of its largest mechanical contracts awarded to date, not to mention its first P3 LEED Gold Certification Project. The new ERMF – East Rail Maintenance Facility (located in Whitby, ON) will serve as a secondary rail maintenance facility to GO Transit’s existing 30-year old Willowbrook Facility to provide operational flexibility and redundancy under … Read More

Cactus Club Cafe

In 2014, ENGIE MultiTech was awarded a contract for the Cactus Club restaurant. Occupying over 15,200 square feet of the downtown core’s premium First Canadian Place location, this eastern flagship is a new concept for the Cactus Club cafe collection of restaurants. Unlike anything in their current portfolio, this restaurant is actually three distinct dining concepts under one roof: the … Read More

IBM

IBM Crane Lift

Dry Coolers being crane lifted into position on the roof top of IBM. ENGIE MultiTech (formerly Cofely Adelt) was responsible for the coordination of the lift plus installation of the coolers.