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Dalton acted as Construction Manager for Sterling Hall School for the renovation and expansion of two construction phases totalling $6M in Toronto, ON. The scope of work included a new wing with modern, spacious classrooms and expanded resource spaces, and a gym, which features an indoor climbing wall.

Location: Toronto, ON

Sector: Academic

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: Interiors; Restoration

Dalton has always been an incredible partner for us. Someone who has worked with us during the process of planning, through the process of building, and a post-project assessment to make sure we have achieved everything the way we envisioned it."  - Sterling Hall School

Upper Canada

College

UCC engaged The Dalton Company as Construction Manager on multiple projects that totalled $19.2M. Collaborating with CS&P Architects, our project team helped the school develop a program that phased renovations over multiple summers to fast-track the schedule while delivering the entire program on budget.

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Commercial

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TMX

Group

Dalton has been selected by TMX—a financial services company headquartered in downtown Toronto—to build a new Client Centre for events, meetings and broadcasting on Adelaide St. W. Working with project manager JLL and B+H Architects, Dalton is providing CM services to renovate the existing 12,000 sq. ft. facility, which will house several spaces for events, broadcasting, meetings, offices and a café.

Location: Toronto, ON

Sector: Commercial

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: Interiors

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The Dalton Company executed a 15-year master plan to renovate CTV's facilities at its iconic 299 Queen St. W. location (formerly known as City TV/CHUM). Dalton's first project was the original CP24 studios, followed by individual projects that were planned and completed on a yearly basis, including BNN and MuchMusic studios.

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Content Media

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Stereo D

(A subsidiary of 
Deluxe)

Dalton served as construction manager for the $4.2M interior renovation of the former Canada Bread building into a modern, creative workspace that included 250 workspaces, a 40-seat theatre, soundproof editing rooms, an IT area, two kitchens and two lounges. Dalton recast the interior of the old bakery into an open space environment with natural lighting to create a subdued, work-friendly atmosphere.

Location: Toronto, ON

Sector: Content Media

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: Adaptive Reuse; Interiors; Restoration

The studio construction was a challenged project from the start. Dalton was constantly up to the challenge, and ensured that good communication was maintained between all parties, establishing a weekly process that guaranteed obstacles were approached in a timely and collaborative manner."  - Stereo D

The Dalton Company executed a 15-year master plan to renovate CTV's facilities at its iconic 299 Queen St. W. location (formerly known as City TV/CHUM). Dalton's first project was the original CP24 studios, followed by individual projects that were planned and completed on a yearly basis, including BNN and MuchMusic studios.

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Community  & Cultural

Feature Project

Artscape

Youngplace

Dalton was engaged as construction manager to lead the conversion of a former public school–originally built in 1914–into a neighbourhood cultural hub called Artscape Youngplace. It features studios for artists, craftspeople and designers, learning labs, and gallery and social spaces. The prooject was honoured as a Heritage Toronto Award Winner in the William Greer Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship Category - Honourable Mention.

Location: Toronto, ON

Sector: Community & Culture

Services: Construction Management

Expertise: Adaptive Reuse; Interiors; Restoration

Dalton demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills as well as a prowess for managing a variety of trades, managing all interests and keeping the project on track."

- Artscape

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