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Dalton Completes RCYC City Clubhouse Revitalization

Dalton has completed renovations to The Royal Canadian Yacht Club (RCYC) City Clubhouse: the first of two clubhouse renovations for the storied sailing club, which was originally founded in 1852.

Several areas of the Club’s City Clubhouse—located in the Annex neighbourhood of downtown Toronto—have undergone substantial upgrades, including:

  • Women’s, men’s and family change rooms

  • Dining lounge

  • Main foyer and entryway finishes

  • Pool

  • Exterior fencing and windows

Construction on the Island Clubhouse is currently underway. We are leading a project team that includes architect The Ventin Group and window supplier Ridley Windows & Doors.

Guided by a Strategic Plan, RCYC selected Dalton to act as construction manager to lead a $7 million effort to rebuild and renew its City Clubhouse and its Island Clubhouse on Toronto Island.

A rendering of the future Island Clubhouse lounge. Image courtesy of The Ventin Group.

Improvements to the Island Clubhouse include:

  • Enhancing the Clubhouse’s façade, which includes substantial window replacement
  • Revitalizing the dining room and bar
  • Adding new washrooms
  • Improving accessibility to the boat launch area

Read this blog post to learn about the unique challenges of renovating RCYC's clubhouse on Toronto Island.

RCYC is keeping members and the public up-to-date on construction progress through site tour videos called “Cornerstone Catch Up” that are published on its YouTube Channel. The ability for RCYC to publish footage of project site activity is a testament to Dalton’s commitment to a safe, professional and well-organized work site.

Expected completion date for the Island Clubhouse project is Summer 2018.