Projects

University of Toronto Daniels Faculty of Architecture Phase 2

Completion: August 31, 2017

Location: Toronto

Total Construction Value: $50,000,000

Size: 100,000 sq.ft.

One Spadina Crescent will be a showcase for the city — a world-leading venue for education, research and public outreach on architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. The revitalized site will be the new home of the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design.  The One Spadina project will double the space available to Daniels students and professors — to more than 100,000 sq./ft. — and build a far more visible platform for the Faculty.  The One Spadina Project will be built in two overlapping stages (involving the existing 19th century structure, the new construction to the north, and the surrounding landscape) and is scheduled to be completed in 2016 (this is including phase II building)

The Phase 2 extension connected to the existing structure will expand the facility to a little over a 100,000 sq ft.  The newly added spaces will include classrooms, lecture halls, work area’s, offices, and galleries.

Mechanical Systems

Over 50% of Level 2 and Level 3 are to be constructed with a bubbledeck reinforced slab with imbedded radiant tubing for cooling and heating.  There will be a large penthouse mechanical room, cooling tower room, and basement chiller room in addition to the Phase 1 mechanical rooms.