Adaptive Reuse

Feature Project

Bata Shoe


Batawa Development Corporation (BDC) entrusted Dalton to oversee the transformation of the former Bata Shoe Factory into a condominium featuring 47 residential units and spaces for commercial and community use. As the project’s construction manager, we led a project team comprised of more than 70 companies, which includes architects, consultants and trades, that ultimately built upon the legacy of the iconic, 85,380 sq. ft. structure and the surrounding community.

Location: Batawa, ON

Sectors: Commercial; Residential

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: Adaptive Reuse; Interiors; Sustainability; Restoration

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Feature Projects

Royal Canadian Yacht Club (RCYC) selected Dalton to act as Construction Manager to lead a $7M effort to rebuild and renew its City Clubhouse in downtown Toronto and its Island Clubhouse on Toronto Island. Our project team worked closely with RCYC’s CEO, Board and appointed Project Manager throughout both projects to communicate regular updates, challenges and solutions through our Definition of Success reporting system.

Location: Toronto, ON

Sector: Private Clubs

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: Interiors; Restoration

Dalton is an invaluable resource when it comes to delivering logistically challenging projects on tight timelines and budgets.  Their staff are professional and understand how to work in an active environment.” - Colin Flock, Project Manager, RCYC Island & City Clubhouse Renovation Projects

Mississaugua Golf & Country Club

After successfully building a new kitchen at Mississaugua Golf and Country Club, Dalton was chosen to undertake another interior renovation at the Club’s 100-plus year old clubhouse. This time around Dalton renovated 5,700 sq. ft. of existing space in a central area of the clubhouse to create new fitness facilities and golf simulators for The Club's members.

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New Build

Feature Project

St. Andrew's


Dalton was entrusted by the school to act as its construction manager to renovate and upgrade the kitchen and servery, dining hall, expand its theatre and modernize its auditorium, music room and technology lab. In addition, Dalton was tasked with creating an outdoor amphitheater and teaching courtyard. In total, the $18.6M project involved adding 44,000 square feet of new space and renovating 15,000 square feet of existing facilities.

Location: Aurora, ON

Sector: Academic

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: New Build; Interiors;

We have done a number of large construction projects using different contract arrangements and different contractors over the past 15 years, and we believe that the project The Dalton Company worked on provided the best results in terms of being on time and on budget."

  - St. Andrew's College

Bayview Golf

& Country Club

Dalton led a $11.7 million renovation and addition of Bayview’s clubhouse in our role as construction manager for all phases of the project. The scope of work included a new main entrance, lobby, and fitness and wellness centre —a 4,600 sq. ft., two-story addition that involved demolishing the old main entrance, expanding the existing HVAC service and installing a new elevator.


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Feature Project


Experience Centre


Acting as Project and Construction Manager, Dalton delivered the 2,200 sq. ft. Miele Experience Centre in Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre.


The innovative retail store features a 12-foot living green wall that contains a self-watering mechanism to keep the herbs–which are used for cooking by the store's demonstration cooks–healthy. 

Location: Toronto, ON

Sector: Retail

Services: Construction Management;:

Project Management

Expertise: Sustainability; Interiors

Dalton’s key strengths–communication, proactive problem solving and leadership–were invaluable for coordinating the efforts of an entire project team. This ensured that everyone–from consultants, to plumbers, to electricians and millworkers–were always aligned with our expectations for schedule, budget and brand consistency."  - Miele

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Feature Projects




The townhouses of Little Trinity Church–two brick buildings that face King St. West alongside the church–had fallen to disrepair. A complete renovation was in order, but the heritage value of the gorgeous Georgian facade needed to be retained and refurbished.

Dalton was up for the task. We worked with renowned Toronto-based architect DTAH to meticulously restore the pre-Confederation buildings, which has been honoured with an Award of Excellence twice

Location: Toronto, ON

Sector: Religious

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: Interiors; Restoration

Where other construction managers may have chosen to fold up their tent and move on rather than face adversity, Dalton chose to roll up its sleeves, sit down with Little Trinity Church and resolve project issues collectively, utilizing the full strength of our entire team, in the best interest of the congregation of Little Trinity.”  - Little Trinity Church

All Saints



Following a devastating fire that destroyed All Saints Anglican Church in Whitby, On, Dalton was hired to lead an extensive effort to restore the heritage building, which included reinforcing the existing structure, building a new roof and reconstructing the building's interior. Dalton provided leadership for the entire project team, which included the insurer, congregation, consultants and trades, to ensure the Church was re-opened on schedule for Easter–a religious holiday synonymous with renewal.

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