Architect Looks to Dalton for Insights into Former Bata Shoe Factory Site Redevelopment in UK

Beginning in the late 1800s, the Bata Shoe Company built master planned communities around the world that integrated its factories with residential homes, schools, sports facilities and other buildings. Some of the factories have been closed and buildings and properties that were once used to manufacture shoes and house the workers that made them are now being redeveloped. The Dalton

The Value of Team Building During the Bata Shoe Condo Final Push

The Bata Shoe Condo Project is heading into its final homestretch and we recently held an appreciation lunch onsite to recognize the fine efforts of our trades people and consultants who comprise our integrated project team. We hosted close to 100 people–including our client Batawa Development Corporation (BDC)–who are involved with the project, which aims to realize the late Sonja

Dalton Delivers RCYC’s Island Clubhouse for Sailing Season Opening Event

Each year, Royal Canadian Yacht Club (RCYC) hosts Sailpast, an event steeped in nautical tradition that celebrates the opening of the sailing season. RCYC members work hard to prepare their boats for a ceremonial inspection, which is complemented by daylong festivities such as dinner and dancing that’s enjoyed by members young and old alike. This video of the 2016 Sailpast

Beautifying Batawa through Volunteer Efforts

Members of our Bata Condo Project Team recently participated in the Quinte Trash Bash–a community-wide spring clean up initiative. Each year, local residents, schools and businesses volunteer their time to pick up garbage and recyclables from roadsides, parks, paths and other public areas. Over 1,000 people participated in this year’s multi-day event in support of Earth Day, fanning across Tyendinaga