Toronto Congress Centre
Hall Entrance Prototype
Looking to refresh the dated look of the entrances to the various Halls of the South Conference Building our client asked us to come up with several design concepts. Ultimately, a proscenium design was selected. The concept included a shadow box frame with ceramic frit pattern and marble surround. Construction of the Prototype Entry (Hall D) is scheduled for Summer of 2014.
North Building Expansion
This ongoing project involves the addition of 150,000 sf. of Exhibition Space to the Existing 315,000 sf. North Conference Building (Halls I and J). The addition includes washroom facilities and the relocation of the existing loading docks. The new exhibition space will have a 70’ column grid and 30’ clear height for maximum flexibility. The expansion floor areas will be separated from the existing Hals I and J with full height folding partition walls. Planning Approval Application is scheduled for the Fall of 2013, Construction for the Fall of 2014.
Our client wanted to upgrade and upscale the existing “fast food” outlet which supports the exhibitors and visitors to the 470,000 sf. South Conference Building of the Toronto Congress Centre. Working with Interior Designers StudioCK, we designed a 7,700 sf., 250 seat café; 2,900 sf. of which was an addition. The scope included the relocation of the existing Electrical Room, Generator Room, and Washrooms and the addition of new Washrooms. Interior Renovations to the existing began in the summer of 2013; construction of the addition is scheduled for the spring of 2014 with Occupancy targeted for Summer 2014.
A new 30,860 sm,12 storey – 495 room Hotel Project currently in the Site Plan Approval phase of development. The project was submitted to the City in December of 2011. Construction is tentatively scheduled for 2013-14.
The Hotel program includes a Rooftop Ballroom, Day Spa, Juice Bar, Gymnasium and Pool, Lobby Bar, and two Restaurants.
Attached to the North Conference Building access to the South Conference Building will be via the Link.
A 230 sm. underground link bridging the South and North Conference facilities. With the building permit in place the project is scheduled for construction in the Spring of 2012.