A Tribute to Sonja Bata

We are deeply saddened by the loss of Sonja Bata. We had the opportunity to develop a relationship with Mrs. Bata through our building and development partnership to rejuvenate the former Bata Shoe factory in Batawa, ON into a multi-use condominium building. Her devotion to design excellence, culture, and the environment was an inspiration to all of us. As a

The Challenges of Building on Toronto Island

Renovations are well underway at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club’s (RCYC) Island Clubhouse. Located on the southern shores of Toronto Island, the iconic RCYC Island Clubhouse is only accessible by boat, which presents logistical challenges for a large-scale renovation project. This involves restoring the existing façade of the clubhouse, replacing windows and renovating the Club’s bar/lounge and washrooms. Our project

A Wake Up Call for Cancer Awareness

Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) recently hosted two events called Wake Up Call Breakfasts in the Toronto area to raise awareness and money to battle Canada’s number one form of cancer affecting men. This infographic provides a glimpse of the impacts of prostate cancer in Canada:   The disease has hit The Dalton Company closed to home: our President, Randy Dalton,

Adaptive Reuse Blog Series: Part 1 – Building Projects that Preserve & Modernize

Cities are growing faster than ever and finding spaces suitable for people to live and work is becoming more and more challenging. City planners, developers, architects and building professionals are continuously searching for creative ways for urban areas to grow while trying to retain the unique qualities of buildings and their surrounding spaces. Adaptive reuse has emerged as one creative