A project team led by The Dalton Company replaced a large section of the church’s original, 2,500-sq. ft floor in an effort to revitalize the 145-year-old building located in Toronto’s west-end neighbourhood of Parkdale.
The event was attended by local parishioners and members of the project team. The Church was so pleased with the quality of the work executed by Dalton’s project team that they acknowledged our efforts in the celebration’s program.
Building on our prior experience working with several Anglican parishes in the Diocese of Toronto, as well as our expertise restoring heritage buildings–including The Stone Distillery and All Saints Church– Dalton’s project team led construction activities for the project that ultimately helped revitalize a church that has been a mainstay in Toronto for close to 150 years.
Following three months of investigative and planning work, construction began in the summer and wrapped up in fall 2018. View our portfolio of projects with other parishes in the Diocese of Toronto and numerous other religious organizations.