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Dalton News- Volume 1, Issue 1


February 2024

The Construction Zone

 

Aurora United Church


Aurora United Church

Aurora United Church is currently in the early works stage. Last month, the elevator shaft and stairwell concrete pours were completed as seen here. With interior plumbing, ductwork and drywall layouts on the go, Scott and William are eagerly anticipating the steel structural installation beginning in March. According to William, Site Manager, "the project is progressing well!"


King Animal Hospital


Congratulations to the Dalton team for their superb efforts allowing King Animal Hospital to welcome its first patients in early January. The finished spaces showcase Dalton's expertise in delivering high-quality finishes. Work is ongoing with the second floor set to be completed ahead of the grand opening in late Spring. Initial feedback of the Hospital is positive with guests commenting on the, 'inviting hotel-like experience,' according to Jeff Pearson, Project Manager.



Pre-Construction Powerhouse

 

Kollel Toronto- Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies



2024 is off to a great start! We are thrilled to begin planning a 20,000 sq. ft., three-story, new build for Kollel Toronto near Bathurst and Lawrence. The Institute— a place for the Jewish community to gather and study— will feature a study hall, library, seminar rooms and offices, a kitchen, dining area and a mikvah. The pre-construction team, Jason, Ravi and Fred, are currently undertaking the planning, scheduling, and cost estimate ahead of the project start this Summer.


Past Project Spotlight

 

Roy Thomson Hall



Did you know? In 2002, Dalton completed interior renovations at the iconic Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. Our work focused on two main spaces including a guest lounge and rehearsal hall. Musicians wanted a practice space with better acoustics and Dalton delivered with a beautiful rehearsal hall featuring superior acoustics. 22 years later and Dalton continues to manage performing arts projects with high-end acoustic scopes most recently at Nia Centre for the Arts.



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