Dalton has amassed a considerable amount of experience in numerous sectors, completing projects for some of Ontario's leading organizations.
Our award-winning company has helped many clients realize their vision to enhance and improve their facilities and outdoor spaces.
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
Services: Construction Management
Expertise: Adaptive Reuse; Interiors; Sustainability
Work has commenced to renovate the Nia Centre for the Arts, a Toronto-based not-for-profit organization that supports, showcases and promotes an appreciation of the arts. The new facility, scheduled to be completed in fall 2021, will be the first multi-disciplinary professional arts space dedicated to portraying art from the African diaspora in Canada.
After nearly 5 years in planning, the renovation and expansion will completely transform the existing 14,000 sqft 2-floor facility and provide the community with art exhibition spaces, a 160-seat performance theatre, co-working spaces, digital arts incubation studios, recording & visual arts studios and community workspaces.
To find out more information on the Nia Centre visit their web site.