Moon-Matz Ltd. is the prime consultant responsible for structural and mechanical upgrades to the subject project.
The building of Fire Hall No. 324 located at 840 Gerrard Street East consists of two above ground storey and one below ground basement. The building was constructed in early 1930s and is currently designated as a Heritage Building. The ground floor consists of three Apparatus Bays for fire trucks, a Storage Bay for equipment/material storage, and a living/work area for fire fighters. The ground floor slab is heavily deteriorated and structurally inadequate to support fire trucks. As a result, temporary metal posts were installed in the basement to shore the ground floor concrete slab.
Moon-Matz Ltd. is the prime consultant responsible for architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical upgrades to the Donald Summerville Olympic pool and community centre.
15,000 sq. ft. of interior renovations including new barrier free counters and sinks, millwork, washroom partitions, floor finishes, and new ceiling tile. Mechanical and electrical work includes HVAC, replacement of (4) existing boilers with (5) new high efficiency boilers, plumbing, drainage, energy efficient lighting, emergency / exit lighting, filtration and pool circulation systems (pumps, piping, etc.).
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 cottages 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.