Originally built in 1974 as a 10,000 seat outdoor stadium, and located in Toronto's Parkdale neighbourhood. Lamport is an open air stadium with artificial turf accommodating football and soccer professional play. The lighting product utilized was the Musco Light Structure Green System.
Electrical work included the sports field lighting replacement including power service upgrade to the main power distribution, designed for IES Class II professional play, Musco 1500 W lighting fixtures illuminating the playing surface to 100 fc.
East Gwillimbury Bus Sevicing and Storage Facility
Moon-Matz Ltd. carried out preliminary design and acted as the owners engineering representative overseeing the design / build mechanical and electrical work. East Gwillimbury Bus Servicing and Storage Facility is designed as a Class “B” bus facility for GO Transit providing repairs and servicing functions, as well as indoor storage for GO buses that are outpost.
Scope of the project included: Indoor bus storage with capacity for 35 buses, Inspection pit bay and oil/coolant change function, fuel tank and distribution, dispensing equipment, heating ventilation & air condition system, building automation system, electrical service, power supply & distribution, interior and exterior lighting, emergency and full generator back up power system, radio tower, phone, IT, CCTV and security systems.
Moon-Matz Ltd. was responsible for all Electrical Engineering services for the construction of a new Youth Centre. Engineering services included preliminary and detail design, drawings and specification preparation, contract administration and site review.
The innovative complex is situated on a 90 acre site and has a total floor area greater than 18,600 sq. m. (200,000 sq. ft.) The complex consists of 10 buildings including 6 cottage buildings 192 beds total, an Administration building comprised of healthcare, visitation, time out and recreation facilities, a Multi-Faith building, a Food and Services building and an Education and Activities building. Electrical systems included site servicing, site lighting, power distribution, fire alarm and life safety. The facility is designed to meet the Canada Green Building Council’s (CaGBC) Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) “Silver” Certification Standards.