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Special 50th Anniversary Commemorative Issue Precast Concrete
printemps 2012
Vol. 6 No. 1
Special 50th Anniversary Commemorative Issue
Precast Concrete Shaping the Skyline of Canada for over 50 Years
Édition commémorative du cinquantenaire
50 ans de béton préfabriqué dans le paysage urbain du Canada
Canadian Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute • Institut canadien du béton préfabriqué et précontraint
PM#40787580
Spring 2012
Volume 6 Issue1
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Vol. 6
No. 1
Spring • Printemps 2012 VOL. 6 ISSUE 1
CONTENTS
COLUMNS / CHRONIQUES
8
President’s Message
Le mot du président
10Executive Editor’s Message
Message du rédacteur en chef
FEATURES/ARTICLES DE FOND
15Special Anniversary Section
Cahier spécial du cinquantenaire
50 Years, 50 Projects
Memorable projects using precast/prestressed
concrete over the last five decades
50 ans, 50 projets
Un demi-siècle de projets en béton préfabriqué/
précontraint
59CPCI announces Roy Willwerth
All rights reserved. The contents
of this publication may not be
reproduced by any means, in whole
or in part, without the prior written
consent of Canadian Precast/
Prestressed Concrete Institute
architectural recognition award winners
CPCI annonce les gagnants du prix
de reconnaissance architecturale Roy Willwerth
Published May 2012 for:
Canadian Precast/
Prestressed Concrete Institute
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PM#40787580
ersary Commemorative Issue
Shaping the Skyline of Canada for over 50 Years /
DEPARTMENTS
rative du cinquantenaire
62 What’s New in Precast / Quoi de neuf en préfabrication
éfabriqué dans le paysage urbain du Canada
Embedded Clay Thin-Brick
Plaquages encastrés de briques minces cuites
66
Member Directory / Annuaire des membres
Branch du
Manager:
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Privé
ed Concrete Institute
• Institut canadien
béton
préfabriqué
et précontraint
Publisher: Robert Thompson
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Editor: Jeanne Fronda
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Issue 1 / 2012
7
By/par Robert Burak
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
LE MOT DU PRÉSIDENT
A national voice
Une voix nationale
In the past 50 years, a colossal number of projects have been created by
imaginative and pioneering owners, architects and engineers who looked
to precast concrete to meet their challenges. Innovative projects as
diverse as stadiums, bridges, parking structures, offices, schools, multiunit housing and industrial buildings have been produced.
Au fil du dernier demi-siècle, on a vu un nombre colossal de projets
créés par des pionniers à l’imagination débordante – des propriétaires,
des architectes et des ingénieurs qui, pour relever de nouveaux défis,
se sont tournés vers le béton préfabriqué. Ils ont produit toutes sortes
de projets novateurs : stades, ponts, stationnements, bureaux, écoles,
complexes d’habitation et bâtiments industriels.
2011 marked the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Canadian
Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (CPCI). CPCI is the national voice
representing producers, suppliers and users of precast concrete for the
construction of commercial, industrial, residential and public/institutional
buildings, as well as bridges, transportation facilities and other related
infrastructure or specialty structures.
These projects not only expanded the way that precast concrete was used
when they were constructed, but in many cases they pioneered new products, systems and techniques that in turn were embraced by the entire
design community in future projects.
As part of our celebration, we have selected the 50 most significant precast
projects in our history. The selections came from over hundreds that were
nominated by CPCI members. The final projects were selected by a panel
of judges that included Malcolm Hachborn, P. Eng., Chief Engineer, Res
Precast Inc. (and CPCI’s 2011 Chairman of the Board), Andrew LeVatte,
Business Development, Strescon, Ltd. (and Chair of CPCI’s Marketing
Committee), Brian Hall, CPCI Managing Director of Sustainability and
Business Development, and myself. The selection proved to be a difficult
one due to the substantial number of projects that truly offer breathtaking
design and innovation.
Presented in this issue of Imagineering magazine are the best of the best:
the 50 most significant projects produced by CPCI members featuring
precast concrete components. Nevertheless, they represent the tip of the
iceberg in terms of creativity, effectiveness and aesthetically pleasing
designs created in the past 50-plus years.
For those interested in a more detailed description of these projects, we
encourage you to visit our website at www.cpci.ca and follow the link to
CPCI’s “50th Anniversary Commemorative Book.”
Robert Burak, P. Eng.
CPCI President
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En 2011, l’Institut canadien du béton préfabriqué et précontraint a
célébré son 50e anniversaire. Le CPCI est LA voix nationale qui représente les producteurs, fournisseurs et utilisateurs de béton préfabriqué
pour la construction commerciale, industrielle, résidentielle et institutionnelle, ainsi que pour les ponts, réseaux de transport et autres infrastructures.
Ces projets, en plus d’élargir la palette d’utilisation du béton préfabriqué
lors de leur érection, ont souvent inauguré des produits, méthodes et
systèmes nouveaux qu’ont adoptés par la suite les autres concepteurs.
Dans le cadre de notre anniversaire, nous avons sélectionné les 50
projets en béton préfabriqué les plus importants dans l’histoire du CPCI.
Nous les avons choisis parmi les centaines de projets proposés par
nos membres. La sélection finale a été faite par un jury composé de
Malcolm Hachborn, P. Eng., ingénieur en chef chez Res Precast Inc. (et
président du conseil d’administration du CPCI en 2011); Andrew LeVatte,
développement des affaires chez Strescon, Ltd. (et président du comité
de marketing du CPCI); Brian Hall, directeur général de la durabilité et
du développement des affaires au CPCI; et moi-même. Nous avons dû
faire des choix crève-cœur en raison du grand nombre de projets à la
conception et à l’innovation stupéfiantes.
Dans ce numéro d’Imagineering, vous trouverez la crème de la crème :
les 50 projets les plus importants qu’aient réalisés les membres du
CPCI avec des composants en béton préfabriqué. Et pourtant, ce groupe
ne représente qu’une fraction de la créativité, de l’efficacité et de
l’esthétisme mis de l’avant depuis une cinquantaine d’années.
Pour en savoir plus sur chacun de ces projets, je vous invite à consulter
notre site Internet, le www.cpci.ca, et cliquez sur le lien « 50th
Anniversary Commemorative Book ».
Robert Burak, Ing.
Président du CPCI
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By/par Brian J. Hall
Executive Editor’s Message
MESSAGE DU Rédacteur en chef
Celebrating 50 years
Over 50 years ago, CPCI members initiated the search for excellence in
design and construction, utilizing precast prestressed concrete. But how
does one define excellence?
Excellence is more than just doing a great job. It is the expansion of ideas
and exceeding expectations, and this happens when we push ourselves
beyond our comfort zone. Not only does this result in great innovation,
but as an industry it drives our growth, both professionally and personally. Some of the most innovative structures result from taking a chance
on something new. This is the case with the precast concrete industry
working with designers to “push the envelope” on possibilities.
Today, precast concrete assists architects and stakeholders in achieving
sustainability initiatives, shorter schedules and tighter budgetary
constraints in every building sector, from low-rise schools to high-rise
condominiums, to parking structures and elegant bridges.
Precast concrete is a versatile material with structural, aesthetic and
architectural benefits. It is getting thinner and lighter, spanning longer
distances, with quicker erection times, while at the same time providing
high quality materials and finishes. For buildings, it is utilized as the
structural system and the envelope system, resulting in truly optimized
projects.
The winning projects in CPCI’s “50th Anniversary Commemorative Book,”
highlighted in this issue of Imagineering magazine, feature innovations
that demonstrate precast concrete’s versatility. This issue showcases 50
structures that have pushed the envelope, redefining excellence. Some
projects used ultra-high-performance concrete to greatly reduce the
thickness and weight of precast concrete panels; others used precast
concrete to accomplish completely new integrated designs, such as the
Greater Toronto Airport Authority Parking Garage.
Almost all of the projects included various levels of sustainable design,
utilizing the advantage of precast concrete’s many sustainable features
to reach their goals. We hope that this issue’s innovative projects spark
your own imagination so that you too can redefine excellence in your next
project. The challenge to design professionals is to build on these precast
stories, to continue to redefine excellence and to push the boundaries
even further.
We invite you to show off your exceptional precast concrete projects and
be an inspiration to your peers and generations to come by submitting
your projects to Imagineering magazine. Submit your precast concrete
projects to CPCI at [email protected]
Brian J. Hall, B.B.A., MBA
Executive Editor
CPCI Managing Director
Sustainability and Business Development
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Joyeux anniversaire!
Il y a plus de 50 ans, les membres de l’Institut canadien du béton préfabriqué et
précontraint se sont mis en quête de l’excellence en conception et en construction, à travers l’utilisation du béton préfabriqué et précontraint. Or, comment
définir l’excellence?
L’excellence, c’est plus que de faire du bon boulot; il s’agit de faire avancer les
idées, de dépasser les attentes, choses possibles lorsqu’on sort de sa zone de
confort. C’est ainsi qu’on arrive à de grandes innovations. C’est ainsi qu’on peut
grandir, comme individus et comme professionnels. La prise d’un risque, l’essai
d’une nouvelle idée ont donné naissance à des structures novatrices. C’est ce
qu’on remarque dans l’industrie du béton préfabriqué, où on collabore avec des
concepteurs pour repousser les limites du possible.
De nos jours, le béton préfabriqué aide architectes et intervenants à réaliser des
projets de développement durable, à raccourcir les échéanciers et à resserrer
les budgets dans tous les secteurs de la construction, qu’on parle d’écoles de
plain-pied ou de hautes tours d’habitation, de stationnements à étages ou de
ponts majestueux.
Le béton préfabriqué est un matériau polyvalent offrant des avantages structurels, esthétiques et architecturaux. Il devient de plus en plus mince et léger,
il couvre de plus longues distances, il se met en place plus rapidement, tout
cela en offrant des matériaux et des finis de qualité supérieure. Enfin, il permet
d’optimiser réellement les bâtiments où il sert de structure et d’enveloppe.
Les projets lauréats présentés dans le « Livre commémoratif du 50e anniversaire » du CPCI, dont il est question dans ce numéro de notre magazine, mettent
de l’avant des innovations qui démontrent la polyvalence du béton préfabriqué.
Vous trouverez en ces pages 50 constructions qui ont repoussé les limites et
redéfini l’excellence. Certains projets ont utilisé du béton à très haut rendement
pour réduire de beaucoup l’épaisseur et le poids des panneaux de béton
préfabriqué. D’autres ont réalisé des concepts intégrés novateurs à l’aide du
béton préfabriqué, comme le stationnement de l’Aéroport de Toronto.
Presque tous les projets retenus faisaient appel à une conception durable, à un
certain degré, et profitaient des nombreuses caractéristiques durables du béton
préfabriqué pour atteindre leurs objectifs. Nous espérons que ces réalisations
vous encourageront à redéfinir l’excellence dans vos prochains projets. À vous,
concepteurs, de bâtir sur ces succès et continuer à redéfinir l’excellence et
repousser encore plus loin les limites du possible.
Montrez vos projets exceptionnels en béton préfabriqué, inspirez vos collègues
et les générations futures : proposez vos projets au magazine Imagineering.
Écrivez-nous à [email protected]
Brian J. Hall, B.B.A., MBA
Rédacteur en chef
Directeur général
Durabilité et développement des affaires
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During the past five decades we have seen the many advantages
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Canadian construction marketplace.
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complex construction industry. Whether the projects are massive
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works, it’s clear to see that they have helped build, grow, and transform the communities in which we live.
I look ahead to the next 50 years with great optimism as there
will be many opportunities as this country must address the infrastructure deficit. I believe we will continue to see major infrastructure projects, whether they are delivered through public-private-partnerships or traditional methods, all providing tremendous
opportunities for growth.
I encourage all CPCI members to keep pushing the envelope
in innovation, design, and cost-effectiveness, so we can continue the path of growth and opportunity in this essential part of
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50 years.
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50 Years, 50 Projects
Memorable projects using precast/prestressed concrete over the last five decades
50 ans, 50 projets
Un demi-siècle de projets en béton préfabriqué/précontraint
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Shawnessy Light Rail Transit Station
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 2003
Station de train léger sur rail de Shawnessy
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉE EN 2003
Owner: The City of Calgary
Managed by: TPO (Transportation Project Office)
Architect/Engineer: CPV Group Architects &
Engineers Ltd.
General Contractor: Walter Construction Ltd.
Precaster: Lafarge Construction Material (Precast
Division, Calgary)
Propriétaire : Ville de Calgary
Géré par : TPO (Transportation Project Office)
Architecte/Ingénieur : CPV Group Architects &
Engineers Ltd.
Entrepreneur général : Walter Construction Ltd.
Préfabricant : Matériaux de construction Lafarge
(Division préfabriqué, Calgary)
SkyBridge New Westminster
SURREY, BC – COMPLETED 1988
SkyBridge de New Westminster
SURREY, CB – ACHEVÉ EN 1988
Owner: BC Transit (now Translink)
Contractor: Kerkhoff – Hyundai Joint Venture
Bridge Engineer: Bush, Bohlman & Partners /
Reid Crowther & Partners Ltd.
Precast: Con-Force Structures Limited (now
Armtec Limited Partnership)
PCI Award Winner 1989
Propriétaire : BC Transit (aujourd'hui Translink)
Entrepreneur : Coentreprise Kerkhoff – Hyundai
Ingénieur de ponts : Bush, Bohlman & Partners /
Reid Crowther & Partners Ltd.
Préfabricant : Con-Force Structures Limited
(aujourd'hui Armtec Limited Partnership)
Gagnant d’un Prix PCI 1989
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Vancouver ALRT Aerial Guideway
VANCOUVER, BC – COMPLETED 1985
Voie en élévation SLAR de Vancouver
VANCOUVER, CB – ACHEVÉE EN 1985
Owner: British Columbia Transit (now Translink)
System Contractor: Metro Canada Limited
Guideway Designer: BergerABAM Engineers Inc.
Precast Concrete Phase 1: Genstar Structures Limited
(now Armtec Limited Partnership)
Phase 2 Precast: Supercrete, (now Lafarge Construction
Materials Precast Division Vancouver)
Design Overview: Terry A. Nettles, P.E., Construction
Highlights: Paul A. R. Lowe, P. Eng.
Propriétaire : British Columbia Transit (aujourd'hui Translink)
Entrepreneur du système : Metro Canada Limited
Concepteur de ligne : BergerABAM Engineers Inc.
Préfabricant Phase I : Genstar Structures
Limited (aujourd'hui Armtec Limited Partnership)
Préfabricant Phase II : Supercrete (aujourd'hui Matériaux de
construction Lafarge, Division préfabriqué, Vancouver)
Superviseur de la conception : Terry A. Nettles, ing.
Faits saillants de la construction : Paul A. R. Lowe, ing.
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Perley Bridge
HAWKSBURY, ON – COMPLETED 1998
Pont Perley
HAWKSBURY, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 1998
Owner: Alberta Transportation
Prime Consultant: Associated Engineering Edmonton Ltd.
Redesign Engineer: Campbell Woodall & Associates
General Contractor: Penn-Co Construction
Precast Concrete: Con-Force Structures Limited (now
Armtec Limited Partnership)
Propriétaire : Alberta Transportation
Consultant principal : Associated
Engineering Edmonton Ltd.
Ingénieur de reconception : Campbell Woodall &
Associates
Entrepreneur général : Penn-Co Construction
Préfabricant : Con-Force Structures Limited (aujourd'hui
Armtec Limited Partnership)
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Owners: Project was financed and built by the Government of Canada and
the governments of Ontario and Quebec
Structural Engineer: DS-Lea Associates Limited
General Contractor: Dufferin Construction Company
Construction Engineering: John Otter Engineering Services Ltd.
Precast Concrete: Pre-Con Inc. (now Armtec Limited Partnership)
Propriétaire : Le projet a été financé et construit par les gouvernements
du Canada, de l’Ontario et du Québec
Ingénieur de structures : DS-Lea Associates Limited
Entrepreneur général : Dufferin Construction Company
Ingénierie de construction : John Otter Engineering Services Ltd.
Béton préfabriqué : Pre-Con Inc. (aujourd'hui Armtec Limited Partnership)
Bow River Bridges
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 2002
Ponts de la rivière Bow
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉS EN 2002
50 ans, 50 projets
Owner: Highway 407 ETR
Engineer: McCormick Rankin Corporation,
Otter Brown Engineering Limited
General Contractor: BFC Construction
Group/Diamond Stonebridge Contracting
Precast Girders: Pre-Con Inc. (now Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Highway 407 Bronte Creek Crossing
MISSISSAUGA, ON – COMPLETED 2000
Traversée de la crique Bronte, autoroute 407
MISSISSAUGA, ON – ACHEVÉE EN 2000
Propriétaire : Highway 407 ETR
Ingénieur : McCormick Rankin
Corporation, Otter Brown Engineering
Limited
Entrepreneur général : BFC Construction
Group/Diamond Stonebridge Contracting
Poutres préfabriquées : Pre-Con Inc.
(aujourd'hui Armtec Limited Partnership)
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Manitoba Floodway Expansion
WINNIPEG, MB – COMPLETED 2009
Agrandissement du Canal de dérivation
du Manitoba
WINNIPEG, MB – ACHEVÉ EN 2009
Owner: Highway Bridges: Province of Manitoba; Railway Bridges:
CNR, CPR, Central Manitoba Railway (CEMR), Greater Winnipeg
Water District (GWWD)
Bridge Engineer: Dillon Consulting Limited (lead consultant) in
association with EarthTech, ND LEA, UMA and Wardrop
Contractor: PCL Constructors Canada Inc. and M.D. Steele
Construction Ltd.
Precast Concrete: Lafarge Construction Material (Precast Division,
Winnipeg)
Propriétaire : Viaducs : Province du Manitoba; ponts ferrofiaires: CN,
CFCP, Central Manitoba Railway (CEMR), Greater Winnipeg Water
District (GWWD)
Ingénieur de ponts : Dillon Consulting Limited (consultant principal)
en collaboration avec EarthTech, ND LEA, UMA et Wardrop
Entrepreneur : PCL Constructors Canada Inc. et M.D. Steele
Construction Ltd.
Béton préfabriqué : Matériaux de construction Lafarge (Division
préfabriqué, Winnipeg)
Owner: City of Southfield Bridge Engineer: Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. in
conjunction with Dr. Nabil Grace, Lawrence Technological University
Contractor: Angelo Iafrate Construction Company
Precast Concrete: Prestressed Systems Inc.
Bridge St. Bridge
SOUTHFIELD, MI – COMPLETED 2001
Pont de la rue Bridge
SOUTHFIELD, MI – ACHEVÉ EN 2001
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Propriétaire : Ville de Southfield
Ingénieur de ponts : Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. en collaboration avec Nabil
Grace, Ph.D., Lawrence Technological University
Entrepreneur : Angelo Iafrate Construction Company
Béton préfabriqué : Prestressed Systems Inc.
50 ans, 50 projets
Provencher Bridges
WINNIPEG, MB – COMPLETED 2003
Ponts Provencher
WINNIPEG, MB – ACHEVÉS EN 2003
Client/Owner: City of Winnipeg
Prime Consultant: Wardrop Engineering, Winnipeg
Architects: Gaboury Préfontaine Perry Architects
Contractor: M.D. Steele Construction Ltd.
Precaster: Lafarge Canada (Precast Division)
Client/propriétaire : Ville de Winnipeg
Consultant principal : Wardrop Engineering, Winnipeg
Architecte : Gaboury Préfontaine Perry Architects
Entrepreneur : M.D. Steele Construction Ltd.
Préfabricant : Lafarge Canada (Division du préfabriqué)
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Owner: JCCBI (The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated)
General Contractor: MBC (Mohawk Bridge Consortium)
Engineers: SNC- Lavalin
Precaster: Schokbeton Quebec Inc.
Propriétaire : PJCCI (Les ponts Jacques Cartier et Champlain inc.)
Entrepreneur général : MBC (Mohawk Bridge Consortium)
Ingénieurs : SNC- Lavalin
Préfabricant : Schokbéton Québec Inc.
Honoré-Mercier Bridge
MONTREAL, QC – COMPLETED 2008 AND 2010
Pont Honoré-Mercier
MONTRÉAL, QC – ACHEVÉ EN 2008 ET EN 2010
Client: Vancouver Convention Centre
Expansion Project Inc., Province of
British Columbia and the Government
of Canada
Architects: LMN Architects with Prime
Architects Downs/Archambault &
Partners and Musson Cattell Mackey
Partnership
Marine Foundation Engineer: Westmar
Consultants Inc.
Construction Manager: PCL
Constructors Westcoast Inc.
Precast Concrete: Surespan
Structures Ltd.
Client : Vancouver Convention Centre
Expansion Project inc., Province de la
Colombie-Britannique et Gouvernement
du Canada
Architecte : LMN Architects with Prime
Architects Downs/Archambault &
Partners and Musson Cattell Mackey
Partnership
Ingénieur pour la fondation marine :
Westmar Consultants Inc.
Gérant de construction : PCL
Constructors Westcoast Inc.
Béton préfabriqué : Surespan
Structures Ltd.
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Habitat Skirt, Vancouver Convention Centre
VANCOUVER, BC – COMPLETED 2009
Jupe d’habitat, Centre des Congrès de Vancouver
VANCOUVER, CB – ACHEVÉE EN 2009
50 ans, 50 projets
Westshore Terminals at Roberts Bank
DELTA, BC – COMPLETED 1984
Terminal Westshore de Roberts Bank
DELTA, CB – ACHEVÉ EN 1984
Owner: Westshore Terminals Ltd.
Consulting Engineer: Sandwell Swan Wooster Inc. (now Ausenco
Sandwell Inc.)
Contractor: Riedel Construction Ltd. / Dawson and Hall Ltd. Joint
Venture
Precast Concrete: Con-Force Structures Limited (now Armtec Limited
Partnership)
Propriétaire : Westshore Terminals Ltd.
Ingénieur-conseil : Sandwell Swan Wooster Inc. (aujourd'hui Ausenco
Sandwell Inc.)
Entrepreneur : Coe ntreprise Riedel Construction Ltd. / Dawson and
Hall Ltd.
Béton préfabriqué : Con-Force Structures Limited (aujourd'hui Armtec
Limited Partnership)
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Owner: University of Calgary
Architect: Graham McCourt Architects
General Contractor: W.A. Stephenson
Construction (Western) Ltd.
Structural Engineer: Simpson Lester
Goodrich Partnership
Precast Concrete: Con-Force
Structures Limited (now Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Calgary Olympic Oval
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 1998
Anneau olympique de Calgary
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉ EN 1998
Propriétaire : University of Calgary
Architecte : Graham McCourt
Architects
Entrepreneur général : W.A.
Stephenson Construction (Western)
Ltd.
Ingénieur de structures : Simpson
Lester Goodrich Partnership
Béton préfabriqué : Con-Force
Structures Limited (aujourd'hui Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Yankee Stadium
BRONX, NY – COMPLETED 2009
Yankee Stadium
BRONX, NY – ACHEVÉ EN 2009
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Owner: NY Yankees (MLB)
Architect: HOK Sports Facilities (Populous)
Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti
Contractor: Turner Construction Company
Precast Concrete: BPDL - Bétons Préfabriqués du Lac
Propriétaire : NY Yankees (MLB)
Architecte : HOK Sports Facilities (Populous)
Ingénieur : Thornton Tomasetti
Entrepreneur : Turner Construction Company
Béton préfabriqué : BPDL - Bétons Préfabriqués du Lac
50 ans, 50 projets
Saddledome
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 1983
Owner: City of Calgary
Architect: Graham McCourt Architects
General Contractor: W.A. Stepehenson Construction (Western) Ltd.
Structural Engineer: Jan Bobrowski and Partners
Precast Concrete: Con-Force Structures Limited (now Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Le Saddledome
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉ EN 1983
Propriétaire : Ville de Calgary
Architecte : Graham McCourt Architects
Entrepreneur général : W.A. Stephenson Construction (Western)
ltée.
Ingénieur de structures : Jan Bobrowski and Partners
Béton préfabriqué : Con-Force Structures Limited (aujourd'hui
Armtec Limited Partnership)
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Owner: University of Toronto Varsity Centre Pavilion
Contractor: M. J. Dixon Construction Ltd.
Architect: Diamond Schmitt Architects Incorporated
Engineer: Halcrow Yolles
Precast Concrete: Coreslab Structures (ONT) Inc.
Propriétaire : University of Toronto Varsity Centre Pavilion
Entrepreneur : M. J. Dixon Construction Ltd.
Architecte : Diamond Schmitt Architects Incorporated
Ingénieur : Halcrow Yolles
Préfabricant : Coreslab Structures (ONT) Inc.
University of Toronto Varsity Pavilion
TORONTO, ON – COMPLETED 2009
Pavillon Varsity à l’Université de Toronto
TORONTO, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2009
Owner: The MTS Centre Project Group
Architect: Sink Combs Dethlefs/Number 10 Architectural Group Joint Venture
General Contractor: PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
Engineer: Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers/Crosier Kilgour & Partners
Joint Venture
Precast Concrete: Lafarge Precast (Winnipeg Division)
MTS Centre
WINNIPEG, MB – COMPLETED 2004
MTS Centre
WINNIPEG, MB – ACHEVÉ EN 2004
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Propriétaire : The MTS Centre Project Group
Architecte : Coentreprise Sink Combs Dethlefs/Number 10 Architectural
Group
Entrepreneur général : PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
Ingénieur : Coentreprise Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers/Crosier Kilgour
& Partners
Préfabricant : Lafarge Precast (Winnipeg)
50 ans, 50 projets
Montreal Olympic Stadium
MONTREAL, QC – COMPLETED 1976
Stade olympique de Montréal
MONTRÉAL, QC – ACHEVÉ EN 1976
Owner: Province of Québec
Architect: Roger Taillibert
Engineer: Claude Phaneuf
Precaster: Schokbeton Québec Inc.
Propriétaire : Province de Québec
Architecte : Roger Taillibert
Ingénieur : Claude Phaneuf
Préfabricant : Schokbéton Québec inc.
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GTAA Value Park Garage
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GTAA Value Park Garage
GTAA Value Park Garage
Toronto Pearson
International Airport, Toronto ON
50 Years, 50 Projects
Comerica Office Complex Parking Structure
DETROIT, MI – COMPLETED 2002
Stationnement du Complexe à bureaux Comerica
DETROIT, MI – ACHEVÉ EN 2002
Owner: Comerica Bank, Detroit, MI
Architect: Neumann/Smith Architecture
Structural Consultants: Hanna, Ghobrial
& Spencer Ltd.
General Contractor: Colasanti
Construction Services, Inc. (CCSI) –
Detroit, MI
Precast Concrete: Prestressed Systems
Inc. – Windsor Ontario
Propriétaire : Comerica Bank, Detroit, MI
Architecte : Neumann/Smith Architecture
Consultant en structures : Hanna,
Ghobrial & Spencer Ltd.
Entrepreneur général : Colasanti
Construction Services, Inc. (CCSI) –
Detroit, MI
Préfabricant : Prestressed Systems Inc. –
Windsor Ontario
Robert L. Stanfield International
Airport Parking Garage
HALIFAX, NS – COMPLETED 2009
Stationnement de l’Aéroport
international Robert L. Stanfield
HALIFAX, NÉ – ACHEVÉ EN 2009
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Owner: Halifax International Airport Authority
Architects: NORR Limited
Structural Engineers: BMR Structural Engineering
Parking Consultant: Walker Parking Consultants
Precast Concrete: Strescon Limited
Propriétaire : Halifax International Airport Authority
Architecte : NORR Limited
Ingénieur de structures : BMR Structural Engineering
Consultant en stationnement : Walker Parking Consultants
Béton préfabriqué : Strescon Limited
50 ans, 50 projets
Greater Toronto Airports Authority:
Long-Term and Employee Parking Garage
TORONTO, ON – COMPLETED 2009
Autorité aéroportuaire du Grand Toronto :
stationnement des employés et de longue
durée
TORONTO, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2009
Owner: Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Architect: NORR Limited
Contractor: EllisDon
Structural Engineer: NORR Limited
Precast Concrete Main: Pre-Con - Con-Force (A Division
of Armtec Limited Partnership)
Precast Concrete Secondary: Prestressed Systems
Incorporated
Propriétaire : Autorité aéroportuaire du Grand Toronto
Architecte : NORR Limited
Entrepreneur : EllisDon
Ingénieur de structure : NORR Limited
Fournisseur principal de béton préfabriqué: Pre-Con Con-Force (une division d’Armtec Limited Partnership)
Fournisseur secondaire de béton préfabriqué:
Prestressed Systems Incorporated
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Owner: Cadillac Fairview
Architect: Le Groupe Archifin Inc.
Design/Engineering: Schokbeton Quebec Inc.
Contractor: Les Constructions C.A.L.
Formwork Subcontractor: Coffrage Alliance
Precast Concrete Contractor: Schokbeton Quebec Inc.
Carrefour Laval Parking Garage
LAVAL, QC – COMPLETED 2002
Stationnement du Carrefour Laval
LAVAL, QC – ACHEVÉ EN 2002
Owner: City of Kelowna
Architect: PBK Architects, Vancouver
Consulting Engineer: Cochrane Engineering
General Contractor: Ledcor Construction
Precast Concrete: Con-Force Structures Ltd (now a
Division of Armtec Limited Partnership)
Propriétaire : Ville de Kelowna
Architecte : PBK Architects, Vancouver
Ingénieur-conseil : Cochrane Engineering
Entrepreneur général : Ledcor Construction
Béton préfabriqué : Con-Force Structures Ltd (une
division d’Armtec Limited Partnership)
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Propriétaire : Cadillac Fairview
Architecte : Le Groupe Archifin Inc.
Conception et ingénierie : Schokbéton Québec inc.
Entrepreneur : Les Constructions C.A.L.
Coffrages : Coffrage Alliance
Péton préfabriqué : Schokbéton Québec Inc.
Chapman Parkade Parking Garage
KELOWNA, BC – COMPLETED 2002
Stationnement étagé couvert Chapman
KELOWNA, CB – ACHEVÉ EN 2002
50 ans, 50 projets
Owner: City of East Lansing, Michigan, USA
Architect: Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, Inc.
Engineer: Carl Walker, Inc.
Construction Manager: The Christman Company
Precast Concrete: Pre-Con Inc. (A Division of Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Propriétaire : Ville d'East Lansing, Michigan, USA
Architecte : Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber Inc.
Ingénieur : Carl Walker, Inc.
Gérant de construction : The Christman Company
Béton préfabriqué : Pre-Con Inc. (division d’Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Long Span Parking Garage, East Lansing
MICHIGAN, USA – COMPLETED 2002
Stationnement à longue portée, East Lansing
MICHIGAN, USA – ACHEVÉ EN 2002
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Toronto City Hall
TORONTO, ON – COMPLETED 1965
Hôtel de Ville de Toronto
TORONTO, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 1965
Owner: City of Toronto, ON
Architect: Viljo Revell in partnership with John B. Parkin
Associates, Toronto, ON
Landscape Architect: Richard Strong
Structural Engineer: Severud-Elstad-Krueger Associates
Contractor: Anglin-Norcross
Precaster: Beer Precast Concrete Limited
Propriétaire : Ville de Toronto, ON
Architecte : Viljo Revell en partenariat avec John B. Parkin
Associates, Toronto, ON
Architecte paysagiste : Richard Strong
Ingénieur de structures : Severud-Elstad-Krueger Associates
Entrepreneur : Anglin-Norcross
Béton préfabriqué : Beer Precast Concrete Limited
Developer: Reid Management
General Contractor: Tidewater Construction Limited
Prime Consultants/Architects: John K. Dobbs &
Associates Inc, in association with William Nycum &
Associates Ltd.
Civil and Structural Engineering: CBCL Limited
Consulting Engineers
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Morris &
Richard Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Landscape Architects: Ekistics Planning & Design
Detention Hardware Consulting: Simpson Detention
Inc.
Precast Concrete: Strescon Limited
Promoteur : Reid Management
Entrepreneur général : Tidewater Construction
Limited
Architecte et consultant principal : John K. Dobbs &
Associates Inc, en association avec William Nycum &
Associates Ltd.
Ingénierie civile et de structure : CBCL Limited
Consulting Engineers
Ingénierie électrique et mécanique : Morris &
Richard Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Architecte paysagiste : Ekistics Planning & Design
Consultant en équipement pénitentiaire : Simpson
Detention Inc.
Béton préfabriqué : Strescon Limited
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Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility
DARTMOUTH, NS – COMPLETED 2001
Établissement correctionnel Central Nova Scotia
DARTMOUTH, NS – ACHEVÉ EN 2001
50 ans, 50 projets
Vancouver Public Library
VANCOUVER, BC – COMPLETED 1995
Bibliothèque municipale de Vancouver
VANCOUVER, CB – ACHEVÉE EN 1995
Owner: City of Vancouver
Architects: Moshe Safdie and Associates, Boston, MA
Associate Architect: Downs/Archambault & Partners,
Vancouver, BC
Mechanical engineers : Keen Engineering, Vancouver, BC
Structural: Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd., Vancouver, BC
General Contractor: PCL Constructors Pacific Inc.,
Vancouver, BC
Precaster: APS Architectural Precast Structures Ltd.
(Vancouver, BC)
Propriétaire : Ville Vancouver
Architecte : Moshe Safdie and Associates, Boston, MA
Architecte associé : Downs/Archambault & Partners,
Vancouver, BC
Ingénieur mécanique : Keen Engineering, Vancouver, BC
Structure : Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd., Vancouver, BC
Entrepreneur général : PCL Constructors Pacific Inc.,
Vancouver, BC
Préfabricant : APS Architectural Precast Structures Ltd.
(Vancouver, BC)
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Architects: MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects in association
with Rounthwaite Dick and Hadley Architects
Contractor: Merit Contractors Niagara
Structural Engineer: Halsall Engineering Consultants
Thermal Storage/Energy Consultant: TermoBuild Canada Inc.
Precaster: Coreslab Structures (ONT) Inc.
Architecte : MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects en collaboration
avec Rounthwaite Dick and Hadley Architects
Entrepreneur : Merit Contractors Niagara
Ingénieur de structures : Halsall Engineering Consultants
Consultant en stockage d’énergie : TermoBuild Canada Inc.
Préfabricant : Coreslab Structures (ONT) Inc.
Qualico Head Office
WINNIPEG, MB – COMPLETED 2008
Siège social de Qualico
WINNIPEG, MB – ACHEVÉ EN 2008
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Brock University Plaza Building
ST. CATHARINES, ON – COMPLETED 2009
Pavillon Plaza de l'Université Brock
ST. CATHARINES, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2009
Owner/General Contractor: StreetSide Development
Corporation, A QUALICO Company
Architects: Prairie Architects Inc.
Structural Engineers: Tower Engineering
Precast Concrete: Lafarge Construction Materials –
Precast Division
Propriétaire/Entrepreneur général : StreetSide
Development Corporation, filiale de QUALICO
Architecte : Prairie Architects Inc.
Ingénieur de structures : Tower Engineering
Béton préfabriqué : Matériaux de construction
Lafarge – Division préfabriqué
50 ans, 50 projets
Calgary International Airport and Parking Garage
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 1980 ADDITIONS IN 1999, 2004 & 2009
Aéroport international de Calgary et stationnement
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉ EN 1980 AJOUTS EN 1999, 2004 ET 2009
Architect/Engineer: Stevenson Raines Barrett Christie
Hutton Seton & Partners, Calgary
General Contractors: (Joint Venture) Cana-PooleFoundation; CANA Construction Ltd., Calgary
Architectural Precast and Prestressed Concrete: ConForce Products Ltd., Calgary
Owner: Transport Canada, Edmonton
Precast Concrete: Con-Force Structures Limited (now
Armtec Limited Partnership)
2nd Parking Garage
Owner: Calgary Airport Authority
Architect: Gibbs Gage Architects, Calgary
Engineer of Record: Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.,
Calgary
Contractor: EllisDon Construction Services Inc., Calgary
Precaster: Armtec, Calgary
Precast Specialty Engineer: Armtec, Calgary
Architecte/Ingénieur : Stevenson Raines Barrett
Christie Hutton Seton & Partners, Calgary
Entrepreneur général : (Coentreprise) Cana-PooleFoundation; CANA Construction Ltd., Calgary
Béton préfabriqué et précontraint architectural : ConForce Products Ltd., Calgary
Propriétaire : Transport Canada, Edmonton
Béton préfabriqué : Con-Force Structures Limited
(aujourd'hui Armtec Limited Partnership)
2e Stationnement
Propriétaire : Calgary Airport Authority
Architecte : Gibbs Gage Architects, Calgary
Ingénieur responsable : Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.,
Calgary
Entrepreneur : EllisDon Construction Services Inc.,
Calgary
Préfabricant : Armtec, Calgary
Ingénieur spécialisé en préfabrication : Armtec, Calgary
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50 Years, 50 Projects
Owner: Simon Fraser University
Architect: Busby, Perkins+Will Architects, Vancouver, BC
Structural Engineer: Fast + Epp, Vancouver, BC
Contractor: Bird Construction Company, Vancouver, BC
Precaster: P. Kruger Concrete Products Ltd., AB
Propriétaire : Université Simon Fraser
Architecte : Busby, Perkins & Will Architects, Vancouver BC
Ingénieur de structures : Fast + Epp, Vancouver BC
Entrepreneur : Bird Construction Company , Vancouver BC
Préfabricant : P. Kruger Concrete Products Ltd., AB
Simon Fraser University’s Arts
& Social Sciences Complex
EDMONTON, AB – COMPLETED JULY
2007 (PHASE 1) JULY 2008 (PHASE 2)
Complexe des Arts et
des Sciences sociales de
l’Université Simon Fraser
EDMONTON, AB – ACHEVÉ EN
JUILLET 2007 (PHASE I) ET EN
JUILLET 2008 (PHASE II)
Hamilton City Hall
HAMILTON, ON – COMPLETED 2010
Hôtel de Ville d’Hamilton
HAMILTON, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2010
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Owner: City of Hamilton, ON
Architect: Garwood-Jones & Hanham Architects
Engineer: ABE Consortium - EllisDon Corporation and Black & McDonald Ltd.
Contractor: Schorn Consultants Inc.
Precaster: Tri- Krete Limited
Propriétaire : Ville d’Hamilton, ON
Architecte : Garwood-Jones & Hanham Architects
Ingénieur : ABE Consortium - EllisDon Corporation and Black & McDonald Ltd.
Entrepreneur : Schorn Consultants Inc.
Préfabricant : Tri- Krete Limited
50 ans, 50 projets
Owner/Developer: Dundurn Edge Developments Inc.
Architect: R. F. Lintack Architects Incorporated
Engineer: Tacoma Engineers Inc.
LEED Consultant: Enermodal Engineering Limited
Precaster: Coreslab Structures (ONT) Inc.
Propriétaire/Promoteur : Dundurn Edge Developments Inc.
Architecte : R. F. Lintack Architects Incorporated
Ingénieur : Tacoma Engineers Inc.
Consultant LEED : Enermodal Engineering Limited
Préfabricant : Coreslab Structures (ONT) Inc.
West Village Student Condominiums
HAMILTON, ON – COMPLETED 2008
Copropriétés pour étudiants West Village
HAMILTON, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2008
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50 Years, 50 Projects
Eagle Ridge Apartments
FORT MCMURRAY, AB – COMPLETED 2007
Appartements Eagle Ridge
FORT MCMURRAY, AB – ACHEVÉ EN 2007
Architect: Moshe Safdie and David, Barott, Boulva
Structural Engineer: Dr. August E. Komendant and Monti, Lavoie & Nadon
General Contractor: Anglin-Norcross
Precast Concrete: Francon (1966) Ltd.
Architectes : Moshe Safdie et David, Barott, Boulva
Ingénieurs de structures : August E. Komendant et and Monti, Lavoie & Nadon
Entrepreneur général : Anglin-Norcross
Béton préfabriqué : Francon (1966) ltée
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Owner/general contractor: Centron Residential Corp., Calgary
Architect: Gibbs Gage Architects, Calgary
Engineer: TRL & Associates, Calgary
Precast concrete specialty engineer: Kassian Dyck Associates, Calgary
Precaster: Lafarge Canada Inc., (Precast Division), Edmonton
Propriétaire/entrepreneur général : Centron Residential Corp., Calgary
Architecte : Gibbs Gage Architects, Calgary
Ingénieur : TRL & Associates, Calgary
Ingénieur de spécialité – béton préfabriqué : Kassian Dyck Associates, Calgary
Béton préfabriqué : Lafarge Canada Inc., (Division du préfabriqué), Edmonton
Habitat 67
MONTREAL, QC – COMPLETED 1966
Habitat 67
MONTRÉAL, QC – ACHEVÉ EN 1966
50 ans, 50 projets
Pavilion Desmarais Building University of Ottawa
OTTAWA, ON – COMPLETED 2007
Pavillon Desmarais de l’Université d’Ottawa
OTTAWA, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2007
Owner: University of Ottawa
Architect: Moriyama & Teshima Architects
Structural Engineer: Adjeleian Allen Rubeli Limited
General Contractor: Pomerleau
Architectural Precast Concrete: Saramac Inc.
Propriétaire : Université d’Ottawa
Architecte : Moriyama & Teshima Architects
Ingénieur de structures : Adjeleian Allen Rubeli Limited
Entrepreneur général : Pomerleau
Béton préfabriqué architectural : Saramac Inc.
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50 Years, 50 Projects
Agnes Hodge Elementary School
BRANTFORD, ON – COMPLETED 2005
École primaire Agnes Hodge
BRANTFORD, ON – ACHEVÉE EN 2005
Engineer: Haddad Morgan and Associates Ltd.
Contractor: Amicone Design Build Inc.
Architect: MMA Architects Inc.
Precaster: Prestressed Systems Inc.
Ingénieur : Haddad Morgan and Associates Ltd.
Entrepreneur : Amicone Design Build Inc.
Architecte : MMA Architects Inc.
Préfabricant : Prestressed Systems Inc.
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Owner: Grand Erie District School Board
Architect: The Ventin Group Ltd.
General Contractor & Project Mgr: STM Construction
Engineer: Truax Engineering
Precast Concrete: Wall panels: Armtec Pre-Con Inc, Brampton, ON
Precast Concrete: Hollow core slabs: Coreslab Structures Inc., Dundas, ON
Propriétaire : Grand Erie District School Board
Architecte : The Ventin Group Ltd.
Entrepreneur général et gérant de projet : STM Construction
Ingénieur : Truax Engineering
Béton préfabriqué – panneaux muraux : Armtec Pre-Con Inc, Brampton, ON
Béton préfabriqué – dalles évidées : Coreslab Structures Inc., Dundas, ON
Village of Normandy Condominiums
LASALLE, ON – COMPLETED 2002
Copropriétés Village of Normandy
LASALLE, ON – ACHEVÉES EN 2002
50 ans, 50 projets
Developers: Salter’s Gate Development Ltd.
Architect: Duffus Romans Kundzins Rounsefell Limited
Engineers: CBCL Limited
Precaster: Strescon Limited
Salter’s Gate
HALIFAX, NS – COMPLETED 2007
Salter’s Gate
Promoteur : Salter’s Gate Development Ltd.
Architecte : Duffus Romans Kundzins Rounsefell Limited
Ingénieurs : CBCL Limited
Préfabricant : Strescon Limited
HALIFAX, NS – ACHEVÉ EN 2007
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Bridging the
gap between
design and
manufacture
Optimizing the manufacturability
of precast prestressed
concrete bridge components
speeds delivery, reduces risk
and ensures a high-quality
product that meets all project
performance parameters
The benefits of precast prestressed concrete bridges are well known
to consulting engineers. Accelerated construction. Tighter tolerances.
Consistency and repeatability. Cost effectiveness. They’re durable
and provide the aesthetics that satisfy infrastructure asset owners and
communities. It’s no wonder precast prestressed concrete is an
increasingly popular choice.
Girder selection is based on geographical and environmental context, the
span required and optimizing the span to depth ratio. Each girder has to
be designed and manufactured to meet the exact specifications of each
particular project. Anything less represents increased costs, project delays
and possible risk. Yet far too often, girder designs originally designed
by consulting engineers, municipalities and government transportation
departments end up requiring modifications at the manufacturing stage.
All manufacturers have different beds, and therefore different bed
capacities (strengths). Each design received from a consulting engineer
inevitably requires some changes to suit the production facility. But
many changes could be alleviated by early collaboration with the precast
prestressed bridge manufacturer.
Simply put, the original designs are often too difficult and costly to produce,
eradicating many of the benefits of using precast prestressed concrete in the
first place. And the incessant back-and-forth from the manufacturer to the
contract administrator to the bridge owner on design variations inflates costs
and paperwork, and can slow progress almost to a halt, delaying the start of
manufacturing and in some cases posing the risk of penalties down the line
for late delivery of the final bridge product.
That’s why Munro Ltd. has built a team of more than 30 in-house engineers
and technologists. They don’t design bridges and other transportation
infrastructure products. They take the design one step further and optimize it
for cost effective manufacturing.
For precast prestressed concrete bridge components (superstructure and
substructure), Munro engineers collaborate with the project consulting
engineers to examine functionality, durability and lifecycle cost. Working
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faster. More new bridges can be built and more bridges
can be rehabilitated faster, closing the bridge infrastructure
gap sooner.
from the designers’ wish list, Munro engineers can
collaborate with bridge design engineers right at the design
phase to provide guidance on what reinforcing cage designs
are possible to manufacture, what strand patterns will work
best with the reinforcement and how the undercut on the
bridge girder can be designed.
Bridges are one of the most important components of
transportation infrastructure. Munro Ltd. is willing to share
expertise in concrete mix design, and steel and concrete
manufacturing to assist designers in refining their designs
so that products not only meet required specifications but
exceed them. And when the bridge girders, integral deck
girders, deck panels, piers, pier caps, footings, barriers,
wingwalls, abutments, or approach slabs are ready for
manufacture, Munro Ltd. will manufacture them all indoors
100% of the time under 100% controlled conditions.
Concrete cracking is always a concern for the designer, the
manufacturer and the bridge owner. Cracks can affect the
asset life of the bridge and they definitely take away from
the aesthetics of the bridge. But cracks can be minimized
such that they are no longer an issue. How? Through
consultation with Munro Ltd. engineers who understand
that concrete is a composite material. It is the proper
design and placement of rebar and prestressing strands in
the right location, in addition to the proper concrete mix
and production technique that minimizes the potential of
cracks and results in bridge girders that are attractive and
form part of our sustainable bridge infrastructure.
Re-design, re-calculate, review – Munro Ltd. engineers
want to work with engineers in design and government
transportation departments to eliminate the re-work. If
consulting engineers and government structural engineers
collaborate with Munro Ltd. engineers on reinforcing cage
design, undercut design and production techniques – better
bridges will be produced faster and delivered to project sites
Everyone knows you can’t recall a bridge. So Munro
engineers take full responsibility for their work.
Completed, final shop drawings for bridge components
to be manufactured are designed by one engineer, and
reviewed and approved by another engineer
The end result? Bridge components that are easy to
manufacture and easy to install, all while meeting each
and every performance specification. Accelerated bridge
construction all year round.
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Changing the way infrastructure is made.
50 Years, 50 Projects
Owner: TrizecHahn Corporation
Architect: Cohos Evamy
Engineer: Cohos Evamy
Contractor: EllisDon (East tower); PCL-Maxam (West tower)
Precaster: Con-Force Structures Limited (now a Division of Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Propriétaire : TrizecHahn Corporation
Architecte : Cohos Evamy
Ingénieur : Cohos Evamy
Entrepreneur : EllisDon (tour est); PCL-Maxam (tour ouest)
Préfabricant : Con-Force Structures Limited (pour les deux tours)
Bankers Hall, Calgary, AB – East Tower
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 1989 AND
WEST TOWER COMPLETED 1999
Bankers Hall, Calgary, AB – Tour Est
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉ EN 1989,
TOUR OUEST – ACHEVÉE EN 1999
Halifax Casino
HALIFAX, NS – COMPLETED 2000
Casino d’Halifax
HALIFAX, NS – ACHEVÉ EN 2000
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Owner: Metropolitan Entertainment Group/Sheraton Casinos Nova Scotia
Architect: Lydon Lynch Architects Ltd., Halifax
Engineer: Brandys McBride Richardson Engineering, Halifax
Contractor and Project Manager: J.W. Lindsay Construction, Halifax
Construction Manager: Caesars World Inc. Design & Construction
Precast Contractor: Strescon Limited
Propriétaire : Metropolitan Entertainment Group/Sheraton Casinos Nova Scotia
Architecte : Lydon Lynch Architects Ltd., Halifax
Ingénieur : Brandys McBride Richardson Engineering, Halifax
Entrepreneur et gérant de projet : J.W. Lindsay Construction, Halifax
Gérant de construction : Caesars World Inc. Design & Construction
Préfabricant : Strescon Limited
50 ans, 50 projets
Ile-Des-Soeurs Residential Development
MONTREAL, QC – CONSTRUCTED OVER 25 YEARS
– 1984 TO 2009
Immeubles d'habitation de l’Île-des-Soeurs
MONTRÉAL, QC – CONSTRUIT SUR UNE PÉRIODE DE
25 ANS DE 1984 À 2009
Client: Proment Corporation
Principle Architect: Jean-Pierre Bart Inc
General Contractor: Magil Construction
Precast Concrete: BPDL - Bétons Préfabriqués du Lac
VAL DE L’ANSE
Architect: Dan Hanganu
Engineer: James Teasel
Contractor: Quadran
LES SOMMETS SUR LE FLEUVE 1 ET 2
Architect: Groupe conseil Jean-Pierre Bart
Engineer: BCA
Contractor: Magil Construction
LES SOMMETS SUR LE FLEUVE 3 ET 4
Architect: Groupe conseil Jean-Pierre Bart
Engineer: NCK Inc.
Contractor: Magil Construction
LE CLUB MARIN 1 ET 2
Architect: Jacques Lachance
Engineer: James Teasel
Contractor: Quadran
LE VISTAL
Architect: Groupe conseil Jean-Pierre Bart
Engineer: Génivar
Contractor: Magil Construction
Client : Proment Corporation
Architecte principal : Jean-Pierre Bart inc
Entrepreneur général : Magil Construction
Béton préfabriqué : BPDL - Bétons Préfabriqués du Lac
VAL DE L’ANSE
Architecte : Dan Hanganu
Ingénieur : James Teasel
Entrepreneur : Quadran
LES SOMMETS SUR LE FLEUVE 1 ET 2
Architecte : Groupe conseil Jean-Pierre Bart
Ingénieur : BCA
Entrepreneur : Magil Construction
LES SOMMETS SUR LE FLEUVE 3 ET 4
Architecte : Groupe conseil Jean-Pierre Bart
Ingénieur : NCK Inc.
Entrepreneur : Magil Construction
LE CLUB MARIN 1 ET 2
Architecte : Jacques Lachance
Ingénieur : James Teasel
Entrepreneur : Quadran
LE VISTAL
Architecte : Groupe conseil Jean-Pierre Bart
Ingénieur : Génivar
Entrepreneur : Magil Construction
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Top of the Class
TermoBuild Canada
Saving our Energy for Education
The Enerlife 2009 List of Top Energy Performing Schools
“There is a three-pronged approach
to
success
in
high-performance
schools” according to Erin Holka,
Environmental Sustainability Officer
of the Halton Catholic District School
Board in Ontario. “Building design,
operations, and occupant engagement
work
together
to
achieve
and
sustain consistently high energy and
environmental performance.”
York Catholic District School Board in
Ontario, also knows a great deal about
what makes an energy efficient school.
in Keswick, Ontario, is the best of the
board’s schools, consuming 10.6 kWh/
ft2 of electricity and no thermal energy.
Built in 1993, the school features geoexchange and full air conditioning.
#3 Prince of Peace CES - Keswick, Ontario
#4 St Andrew ES - Burlington, Ontario
The board’s St. Andrew Elementary
School in Burlington comes in at #4
in the Enerlife 2009 list of top energy
performing schools. Built in 1999, it
sets the standard for top performing
schools without ground source heat
pump systems, using just 10.9 ekWh
(37 kBtu) per sq. ft. of total energy
(electricity and gas) in 2009.
Erin speaks with the authority of having
five schools in the top-20 list. Drawing
from Enerlife’s database of more than
500 North American schools, this
second annual report examines the
energy efficiency and best practices of
the top 20. The 2009 competition was
open to school boards across Canada
and the United States.
With 10 schools in the 2009 top
20, Norm Vezina, Senior Manager of
Environmental & Office Services at the
“We have been continuously improving
the energy efficiency of our schools
since 1999. We combine the best
of technology with empowerment of
staff and students to achieve, sustain
and recognize high performance.”
Prince of Peace Elementary School
#1 Mundy’s Bay PS - Midland, Ontario
The top-two schools in this 2009 list are
Mundy’s Bay Public School in Midland,
Ontario (Simcoe County DSB), and
Valleyview Public School (Rainbow
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DSB) in Val Caron, Ontario. Both schools
opened in 2008, employ ground-source
heat pumps and full air conditioning,
and came in at 9.5 ekWh (32.5 kBtu)
per sq. ft. of total energy.
The 2009 top-20 schools can be
characterized as follows:
• Average energy use
(39.5 kBtu) per sq. ft.
11.6
ekWh
energy-saving strategies into all the
renewal and renovation projects for their
schools.
The physical characteristics of the
schools are only the beginning of the
top performance story. What is more
remarkable in this 2009 report is that,
out of 27 school boards reporting to
date, three boards dominate the 2009
top 20:
• Built between 1959 and 2008
• Half heated with heat pumps or
electric heat, the rest with natural gas
boilers
• All but one are elementary schools (the
top-five secondary schools averaged
13.3 ekWh (45 kBtu) per sq. ft.).
#19 É.s.c. Trillium - Chapleau, Ontario
The top-performing secondary school is
École secondaire catholique Trillium in
Chapleau, Ontario. The Conseil scolaire
catholique du Nouvel-Ontario makes
“Green” a priority.
Michel Seguin, Director of Building
Maintenance and Janitorial, says
“It’s a challenge to offer education in
small northern communities because
the school has to be built with shops,
cafeteria, gym, labs, etc., even if it is
for a small population. That is why we
aim to keep operating costs as low as
possible.” CSCNO has incorporated
Keys to Success
What makes individual school boards
capable of achieving their portfolios?
All three boards report similar keys
to success found in Erin Holko’s
three-pronged approach, and in the
management policies and processes
that bind them together.
Building design does come first. “For
more than a decade we have been
building more and more efficient new
schools and renovations,” says Brad
Parkes, Assistant Manager of Design and
Construction at the Simcoe County DSB.
“Every project is a learning opportunity
which guides our ongoing efforts.”
Abdul Bilah at York Catholic DSB
reports a similar approach, with a focus
on more efficient plant and equipment
and on continuous improvement.
Operational excellence is the second
prong. The three boards follow rigorous
standards and procedures with their
building automation systems, and
with engagement of operations and
maintenance staff as active partners in
school performance. All make extensive
use of automation and real-time
electricity metering to stay on top of
performance across all their schools. All
have dedicated staff monitoring energy
use and responding to variances.
And active participation by school
communities is cited by the three boards
as essential to ongoing success. “Our
board’s core values include stewardship
of the Earth,” says Erin Holko. “We
encourage and recognize the vital
role that students and staff play in
sustainability.” The three boards are
active participants in the Eco Schools
environmental certification program,
and provide extensive outreach and
communications to their schools.
Every School can be Green
This 2009 report has added to the
large number of schools of varying age
and system types which are performing
between 10-15 ekWh (35-50 kBtu) per
sq. ft. of total annual energy use. Most
schools operating above this range have
the potential for substantial savings.
“We are working through a program
of re-engineering our higher energy
using schools” reports Brad Parkes.
“Retrofitting and re-commissioning
lighting and mechanical systems, and
upgrading building automation work
together towards a more consistent level
of performance across all of our schools.”
Monitoring your schools’ performance
and applying the three-pronged approach
create the roadmap for every school to be
a top performer.
50 Years, 50 Projects
Owner/Developer: Shane B. Inc. (The Baghai Group)
Architect: Rafael + Bigauskas Architects Inc.
Structural Engineer: Adjeleian Allen Rubeli Ltd.
Landscape Architect: Strybos Associates
Precaster: RES Precast Inc.
Propriétaire/Promoteur : Shane B. Inc. (The Baghai Group)
Architecte : Rafael + Bigauskas Architects Inc.
Ingénieur de structures : Adjeleian Allen Rubeli Ltd.
Architecte paysagiste : Strybos Associates
Préfabricant : RES Precast Inc.
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St. Gabriel Village
TORONTO, ON – COMPLETED 2010
Village St Gabriel
TORONTO, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2010
3450 Thomas Street, The 400 Industrial Park, Innisfil ON L9S 3W6
tel: 705•436•7383
fax: 705•436•7386
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50 ans, 50 projets
Claridge Plaza
OTTAWA, ON – COMPLETED 2011
Place Claridge
OTTAWA, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2011
Owner: Claridge Homes, Ottawa
Architect: DCYSA Architecture & Design, Ottawa & Montreal
Contractor: Claridge Homes
Engineer: Goodeve Manhire
Precaster: Central Precast, Ottawa
Propriétaire : Claridge Homes, Ottawa
Architecte : DCYSA Architecture & Design, Ottawa & Montréal
Entrepreneur général : Claridge Homes
Ingénieur : Goodeve Manhire
Préfabricant : Central Precast, Ottawa
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50 Years, 50 Projects
One King Street West
TORONTO, ON – COMPLETED 2005
Un Rue King Ouest
TORONTO, ON – ACHEVÉ EN 2005
Construction Manager: EIIisDon Corp.
Architect: Stanford Downey Architects, Inc
Structural Engineer: Yolles Partnership Inc.
Project Manager: Projectcore Inc.
Precast Concrete: RES Precast Inc.
Gérant de construction : EIIisDon Corp.
Architecte : Stanford Downey Architects, Inc
Ingénieur de structures : Yolles Partnership Inc.
Gérant de projet : Projectcore Inc.
Béton préfabriqué : RES Precast Inc.
Owner: Alberta Public Works, Supply & Services
Architect: CJM Architects Inc.
Engineers: Read Jones Christofferson Ltd.
Contractor: Omsac Developments
Precaster: Con-Force Structures Limited (now Armtec Limited Partnership)
Propriétaire : Alberta Public Works, Supply & Services
Architecte : CJM Architects Inc.
Ingénieurs : Read Jones Christofferson Ltd.
Entrepreneur : Omsac Developments
Préfabricant : Con-Force Structures Limited (aujourd'hui Armtec Limited
Partnership)
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Calgary Remand Centre
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 1993
Centre de détention de Calgary
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉ EN 1993
50 ans, 50 projets
Owner: William Osler Health Centre and the
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Architect: Adamson Associates Architects
General Contractor: EllisDon CorporationCarillion Canada Inc. Joint Venture
Precaster: RES Precast Inc.
Propriétaire : William Osler Health Centre et
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Architecte : Adamson Associates Architects
Entrepreneur général : Coentreprise EllisDon
Corporation-Carillion Canada Inc.
Préfabricant : RES Precast inc.
Brampton Civic Hospital/
William Osler Health Centre
BRAMPTON, ON – COMPLETED 2007
Brampton Civic Hospital/
William Osler Health Centre
BRAMPTON, ON – ACHEVÉS EN 2007
50 Years, 50 Projects
Owner: City of Otterburn Park
Architect: Smith Vigeant Architects
Structural: Engineer EGP
Mechanical Engineer: Concept R
Landscape architect: Smith Vigeant Architectes
General Contractor: Progest Construction Inc.
Precasters: Groupe Tremca (now Armtec Limited
Partnership)
Propriétaire : Ville d’Otterburn Park
Architecte : Smith Vigeant Architectes
Ingénieur de structures : Engineer EGP
Ingénieur mécanique : Concept R
Architecte paysagiste : Smith Vigeant Architectes
Entrepreneur général : Progest Construction Inc.
Préfabricant : Groupe Tremca (aujourd'hui Armtec
Limited Partnership)
Community Centre Pointe-Valaine
OTTERBURN PARK, QC – COMPLETED 2009
Centre communautaire de Pointe-Valaine
OTTERBURN PARK, QC – ACHEVÉ EN 2009
Manchester Storage Facility
CALGARY, AB – COMPLETED 2008
Entrepôt Manchester
CALGARY, AB – ACHEVÉ EN 2008
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Owner: City of Calgary
Architect: Riddell Kurczaba
Structural Engineer: MMP Structural Engineering Ltd.
Contractor: Dominion Construction
Precast Concrete: Lafarge Precast
Propriétaire : Ville de Calgary
Architecte : Riddell Kurczaba
Ingénieur de structures : MMP Structural Engineering Ltd.
Entrepreneur : Dominion Construction
Béton préfabriqué : Lafarge Precast
50 ans, 50 projets
Santa Maria Food Processing Plant
BRAMPTON, ON – COMPLETED 2001
Usine de transformation alimentaire
Santa Maria
BRAMPTON, ON – ACHEVÉE EN 2001
Owner: Santa Maria Foods Corp.
Architect: Wes Surdyka Architect Inc.
Engineer: William Leung & Associates Engineers Ltd.
Project Manager: B. Gottardo Construction Ltd.
Precaster: Pre-Con Inc. (now Armtec Limited Partnership)
Propriétaire : Santa Maria Foods Corp.
Architecte : Wes Surdyka Architect Inc.
Ingénieur : William Leung & Associates Engineers Ltd.
Gérant de projet : B. Gottardo Construction Ltd.
Préfabricant : Pre-Con Inc. (now Armtec Limited Partnership)
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CPCI announces Roy Willwerth
architectural recognition award winners
CPCI annonce les gagnants du prix de
reconnaissance architecturale Roy Willwerth
The Canadian Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute
(CPCI) presented the Roy Willwerth architectural recognition award to
L’Institut Canadien du Béton Préfabriqué et
Précontraint (CPCI) a remis le prix de reconnaissance
This year’s winners were chosen by the CPCI British Columbia Chapter
members, and for 2012 the following architectural firms were selected and
presented with the Roy Willwerth Precast Concrete Architectural Recognition
Award Presentation: Busby Perkins + Will Architects, Garyali Architect Inc. DA
Architects + Planners.
Les gagnants de cette année ont été choisis par le comité du CPCI de
la Colombie-Britannique. Voici les entreprises sélectionnées comme
gagnants du prix Roy Willwerth pour l’année 2012 : Busby Perkins +
Will Architects, Garyali Architect Inc., DA Architects + Planners.
three architectural firms that have helped advance the Canadian precast/
prestressed concrete industry. The presentations were made May 16 at the
CPCI summer meeting awards dinner in Whistler, BC.
The Roy Willwerth Precast Concrete Architectural Recognition Award
Presentations recognize outstanding contributions to the Canadian precast/
prestressed concrete industry in: architectural design, sustainability, innovation and change; positive leadership, industry-altering development and
expansion; and accelerating the growth of the Canadian precast/prestressed
concrete industry from within the architectural and design communities. It
will continue to honour architects from within the province where the CPCI
summer meeting is being held.
architecturale Roy Willwerth à trois firmes d'architectes qui ont
contribué au progrès de l’industrie canadienne du béton préfabriqué
et précontraint. La remise a eu lieu le 16 mai 2012, lors de la réunion
annuelle d’été à Whistler en Colombie-Britannique.
Le prix de reconnaissance architecturale Roy Willwerth souligne
les contributions exceptionnelles envers l’industrie canadienne du
béton préfabriqué et précontraint pour : la conception architecturale,
la conception durable, le leadership dans l'innovation et le changement, et la contribution à la croissance de l’industrie au sein de la
communauté d'architecture et de design. À chaque année, le prix Roy
Willwerth est décerné aux architectes de la province dans laquelle se
tient la réunion d’été du CPCI.
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Thin faced precast concrete panel
waiting to be powerwashed before
shipping.
Panneau préfabriqué paré de brique
mince en attente de nettoyage au jet
d’eau avant son expédition.
Embedded Clay
Thin-Brick
Genuine clay brick for precast concrete wall panels delivers a
traditional look with all the benefits of precast
By/par Jon Gravell
Plaquages encastrés de
briques minces cuites
De vraies briques cuites pour panneaux muraux de béton préfabriqué : un look
traditionnel avec tous les avantages du béton préfabriqué
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quoi de neuf en prÉfabrication
Thin-brick in precast panels was used for the East Markham parking garage to match
and complement the "full bed laid in place" brick on the adjacent, much larger and
more significant East Markham Community Centre and Library Building.
Les panneaux préfabriqués parés de brique mince ont été utilisés pour le stationnement
d’East Markham afin de faire écho à la brique « franche » du Centre communautaire et
de la bibliothèque adjacents.
Thin-brick faced precast concrete wall panels
provide the look of traditional,
hand-crafted “laid in place
brick,” but with added features
that come only with the strength,
economy and ease of erection of
precast concrete.
Since thin-brick faced precast
wall panels are produced in a
controlled environment factory,
job site erection can take place
at any time of year and in
any weather, accelerating the
construction schedule. Costly
on-site scaffolding, winter heat
and protection needed for field
set “laid in place” brick masonry
are eliminated.
Les Panneaux Muraux De
Béton Préfabriqué revêtu de
briques minces offrent une allure
traditionnelle fait à la main et les
caractéristiques exclusives au béton
préfabriqué : force, faible coût et facilité d’installation.
Ces panneaux étant fabriqués dans
les conditions contrôlées d’une usine,
peuvent être installés au chantier à
tout moment de l’année, peu importe
la température, ce qui accélère
les travaux. Fini les échafaudages
coûteux, le chauffage hivernal et les
protections que requièrent les travaux
de maçonnerie sur place.
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Les panneaux de béton préfabriqué
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What's new in precast
The Florian Condominium in Toronto highlighting thin-brick faced precast
concrete panels for the balconies and condo facade.
L’immeuble en copropriété Florian de Toronto, paré de panneaux de béton
préfabriqué avec finition de brique mince.
Thin-brick clad precast panels give the architect choices from a diverse selection of colours, sizes, textures, shapes and trim units, while easily allowing the
incorporation of details such as arches, curves, radii and patterned colours,
and bonds.
Demanding designs can be economically produced. A precast concrete panel
is engineered to act as a major design element in a building. Embedded thinbrick veneer gives a precast panel a facing with pleasing appearance, human
scale and the long-term durability of genuine clay brick with a wide selection
of vivid kiln-fired colours.
Manufacturing procedure
The panel is cast face-down. The bottom of the form is lined with an elastomeric (rubber compound) form liner. This liner is just hard enough to be
durable and soft enough to flex with the placement of the thin-brick units.
Well-designed form liners make a tight seal with the brick, preventing
leakage to the front of the brick. In addition, if desired, a temporary wax
coating can be pre-applied to the face of the thin-brick.
The kiln-fired clay thin-bricks are manufactured in much the same way as a
conventional “full bed, laid in place brick,” but are made with a dovetail, or
ridged, key back. This key back is a critically valuable feature of the product,
offering interlock with the poured concrete panel behind.
After a clear silicone release agent is sprayed on the liner, experienced
production personnel place the thin-bricks face down in the liner pockets,
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couleurs, tailles, textures et formes. De plus, ils s’adaptent aisément aux
arches, rayons et motifs de couleurs, courbes et liaisons.
On peut donc produire des concepts exigeants à petit prix. On conçoit les
panneaux de béton préfabriqué pour servir d’élément architectural majeur
dans l’édifice. Le placage de briques minces donne au panneau préfabriqué
un revêtement agréable à échelle humaine, avec la durabilité et le choix de
couleurs vives que permet la vraie brique cuite au four.
Méthode de fabrication
On coule le panneau face contre terre. On place d’abord un séparateur
élastomère (composé de caoutchouc) dans le fond du coffrage. Il est
juste assez rigide pour durer, mais assez souple pour épouser la forme
des briques minces. S’il est bien conçu, ce séparateur formera avec la
brique une fermeture étanche qui empêchera toute fuite vers l’avant de
la brique. On peut aussi appliquer une cire temporaire sur la face de la
brique mince.
La fabrication des briques minces cuites au four ressemble à celles de
briques entières à poser sur place, mais la face arrière des briques minces
est striée. C’est cette particularité inestimable qui permet au produit de
s’emboîter avec le panneau de béton coulé qu’il orne.
On vaporise un démoulant transparent en silicone sur le séparateur, puis
des travailleurs chevronnés posent les briques minces face vers le bas dans
les espaces du séparateur, en s’assurant qu’elles sont bien appuyées au
quoi de neuf en prÉfabrication
ensuring they are seated on the bottom of the
liner. Approximately seven square metres of brick
can be placed in one hour – that is over 500
modular size bricks per hour.
After the brick is positioned in place, reinforcing
steel is laid in the form, spaced and positioned
appropriately. Then comes the concrete. Placed,
finished and cured, it creates the desired structural element.
Anchors are placed and after curing the form is
pulled, the liner is stripped and the bricks are
pressure-washed. The result is a panel that looks
as if it were laid by a skilled brick mason.
After the panel is freed, the form liner is cleaned
with high-pressure air and reused for the next
panel. As many as 50 panels can be cast from just
one form.
The finished precast panels are stored at the
precast factory and then shipped via truck to the
job site for just-in-time delivery, where they are
hoisted into place and attached to the building, in
virtually any weather and all seasons.
Precast panels can act as curtain walls, but can
also be designed to be load bearing interior and
exterior walls of the building.
Jon Gravell is President of Thames Valley
Brick & Tile/Thames Valley Building Products
Ltd. For further information and/or thin-brick
samples, you may contact the company at (905)
637-6997, toll-free at (800) 567-5800 or by
email at [email protected]
fond. On peut poser ainsi environ sept mètres
carrés de briques (soit plus de 500 briques
modulaires) par heure.
Une fois les briques en place, on pose dans le
coffrage une armature en acier selon une disposition appropriée. Puis vient le béton qui, une fois
coulé, fini et séché, créera l’élément structurel
désiré.
Après le séchage, on retire le coffrage et le
séparateur, puis on lave les briques au jet sous
pression. Le résultat final est aussi beau qu’un
vrai mur de briques réalisé par un maçon
d’expérience.
On nettoie le coffrage et le séparateur à l’air
comprimé; ils pourront resservir jusqu’à 50 fois.
Les panneaux de béton préfabriqué sont entreposés à l’usine, puis ils sont livrés au chantier
juste à temps, par camion. Là, ils sont montés
à l’aide d’une grue et fixés au bâtiment. Cette
étape peut se faire en toute saison et par presque
n’importe quel temps.
Les panneaux de béton préfabriqué peuvent
servir de mur rideau, mais on peut aussi les
concevoir comme murs porteurs intérieurs et
extérieurs.
Jon Gravell est le président de Thames Valley
Brick & Tile/Thames Valley Building Products
Ltd. Pour en savoir plus ou pour obtenir des
échantillons de briques minces, contactez
son entreprise au (905) 637-6997, sans frais
au (800) 567-5800 ou par courriel à [email protected]
ThamesValleyBrick.com.
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ACTIVE MEMBERS / MEMBRES ACTIFS
ANCHOR CONCRETE PRODUCTS LIMITED
(CERTIFICATION PENDING)
Tel: (613) 546-6683 Fax: (613) 546-4540
1645 Sydenham Road
Kingston, Ontario K7L 4V4
Jeff Bradfield
(1,4,5,9,10)
APS ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST STRUCTURES LTD.
Tel: (604) 888-1968 Fax: (604) 888-6522
9844 199A Street
Langley, British Columbia V1M 2X7
Mehrdad Ahmadi
(1,2,4,5,6,7,9)
ARMTEC
Tel: (403) 248-3171 Fax: (403) 248-0711
4300 50th Avenue South East
Calgary, Alberta T2B 2T7
John Vettergreen
ARMTEC
Tel: (403) 648-7241 Fax: (403) 279-6027
8916 - 48 Street South East
Calgary, Alberta T2C 2P9
Ken Richelhoff
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(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
(1,2,3,4,5,7,9)
ARMTEC
Tel: (604) 278-9766 Fax: (604) 278-3537
7900 Nelson Road
Richmond, British Columbia V6W 1G4
Ken Pensack
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
ARMTEC
Tel: (780) 960-3204 Fax: (780) 960-2899
205, 26229 TWP Road, Zone 2
Acheson, Alberta T5X 5A4
Larry Hancock
(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9)
ARMTEC
Tel: (204) 338-9311 Fax: (204) 334-0306
Box 3599, RPO Redwood Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2W 3R4
Art McCaw
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
ARMTEC
Tel: (800) 363-1458 Fax: (450) 346-7447
800, boul., Pierre-Tremblay
Sainte-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Québec J2X 4W8
Eric Caron
(1,4,5,9)
ARMTEC
Tel: (905) 457-4140 Fax: (905) 457-5323
35 Rutherford Road, South
Brampton, Ontario L6W 3J4
Shane Sherar (1,4,5,9)
ARMTEC
Tel: (519) 537-6288 Fax: (905) 457-5323
1100 Dundas Street, R.R. #5
Woodstock, Ontario N4S 7V9
Shane Sherar (1,2,4,5,6,9)
ARTEX SYSTEMS INC.
Tel: (905) 669-1425 Fax: (905) 669-1572
P.O. Box 149, 523 Bowes Road
Concord, Ontario L4K 1B2
Jim Farwell
(1,4,5,9)
BÉTONS PRÉFABRIQUÉS DU LAC INC.
Tel: (418) 668-6161 Fax: (418) 668-4404
890 des Pins, Ouest
Alma, Québec G8B 7R3
Robert Bouchard
(1,4,5,6,8)
CAMCON PRECAST
Tel: (902) 999-1965 Fax: (902) 468-9223
5 Wrights Cove Road
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 1M8
Robert Blank
(1,4,7,8,9)
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CENTRAL PRECAST INC. (CERTIFICATION PENDING)
Tel: (613) 225-9510 Fax: (613) 225-5318
23 Bongard Avenue
Nepean, Ontario K2E 6V2
Rudy Mion
CO-PIPE PRODUCTS INC.
Tel: (734) 287-1000 Fax: (734) 287-8132
20501 Goodard Road
Taylor, MI 48180
Division of: Coco Group of Companies
949 Wilson Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M3K 1G2
Jenny Coco (1,4,5,9)
(9)
COLDSTREAM CONCRETE LIMITED (CERTIFICATION PENDING)
Tel: (519) 666-0604 Fax: (519) 666-0977
402 Quaker Lane RR2
Ilderton, Ontario N0M 2A0
Amy Koteles
(9)
CON CAST PIPE, INC.
Tel: (519) 763-8655 Fax: (519) 763-1956
299 Brock Road South
Guelph, Ontario N1H 6H9
Ulrich Kuebler
(9)
CONCRETE INC. (CERTIFICATION PENDING)
Tel: (780) 930-4232 Fax: (780) 425-4232
11240 - 199 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5S 2C6
Al Fisher
(1,4,5,7,9)
CORESLAB INTERNATIONAL INC.
Tel: (905) 643-0220 Fax: (905) 643-0233
332 Jones Road, Unit #1
Stoney Creek, Ontario L8E 5N2
Mario Franciosa
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CORESLAB STRUCTURES (ONT) INC.
Tel: (905) 689-3993 Fax: (905) 689-0708
205 Coreslab Drive
Dundas, Ontario L9H 0B3
Anthony Franciosa
(1,3,4,6,9)
EXPOCRETE CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD
Tel: (306) 652-7232 Fax: (306) 665-3211
1800 11th Street, West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7M 1H9
Bruce Dick, COO
(1,2,3,4,5,9)
GRANITE PRESTRESSED CONCRETE LIMITED/
RAINBOW CONCRETE INDUSTRIES LIMITED
Tel: (705) 566-1740 Fax: (705) 566-4813
2477 Maley Drive
Sudbury, Ontario P3A 4R7
Boris Naneff
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10)
HANSON PIPE & PRECAST, LTD.
Tel: (905) 640-5151 Fax: (905) 640-5154
5387 Bethesda Road
Stouffville, Ontario L4A 7X3
Allen Hejazi
(6,9)
HANSON PIPE & PRECAST, LTD.
Tel: (905) 668-9441 Fax: (905) 668-0046
1818 Hopkins Street
Whitby, Ontario L1N 7G8
Allen Hejazi
(1,6,9)
INTERNATIONAL PRECAST SOLUTIONS LLC—A DIVISION OF PSI
Tel: (313) 843-0073 Fax: (313) 297-7646
60 Haltiner Avenue
River Rouge, MI 48218
Mark A. Fusani (1,2,4,5,9)
LAFARGE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
Precast Division
Tel: (780) 468-5910 Fax: (780) 465-6443
4425 - 92 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6B 2J4
Peter Yurkiw
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
ACTIVE MEMBERS / MEMBRES ACTIFS
LAFARGE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
Precast Division
Tel: (403) 292-9220 Fax: (403) 236-7554
9028 44th Street, South East
Calgary, Alberta T2C 2P6
Don Zakariasen
LAFARGE CANADA INC.
Precast Division
Tel: (204) 958-6333 Fax: (204) 233-5644
185 Dawson Road
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2J 0S6
Peter Schuster (1,2,3,4,5,6,9)
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
LOCKWOOD BROS. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Tel: (250) 546-6941 Fax: (250) 546-6971
1140 Highway 97A
PO Box 767
Armstrong, British Columbia V0E 1B7
James Lockwood (1,2,4,5,6,9,10)
M-CON PIPE & PRODUCTS INC. (CERTIFICATION PENDING)
Tel: (519) 632-9112 Fax: (519) 632-7440
2691 Greenfield Road
Ayr, Ontario N0B 1E0
Doug Galloway
(4, 9)
MSE PRECAST LTD.
Tel: (250) 756-5532 Fax: (250) 752-6802
2407 Fountain Gate Place
Nanaimo, British Columbia V9R 6S8
Bernie Poelzer
(1,4,5,6,9,10)
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ACTIVE MEMBERS / MEMBRES ACTIFS
MUNRO LTD.
Tel: (705) 734-2892 Fax: (705) 734-2920
8807 Simcoe Road #56
Utopia, Ontario L0M 1T0
Neil Stewart, P.Eng.
P. KRUGER CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD.
Tel: (780) 438-2072 Fax: (780) 435-0842
6131 - 97 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 3J3
Paul Kruger / Bruce Blackett
PARKVIEW PRECAST (CERTIFICATION PENDING)
Tel: 204-967-2010 Fax: 204-967-2045
Box 70
Riding Mountain, Manitoba R0J 1T0
Jordan Waldner
PRESTRESSED SYSTEMS INCORPORATED
Tel: (519) 737-1216 Fax: (519) 737-6464
P.O. Box 517
Windsor, Ontario N9A 6M6
Paul Phillips
RES PRECAST INC.
Tel: (705) 436-7383 Fax: (705) 436-7386
3450 Thomas Street
Innisfil, Ontario L9S 3W6
Joe Di Leo
SARAMAC (9229-0188 QUÉBEC INC.)
Tel: (450) 966-1000 Fax: (450) 473-2285
3145 Chemin des 40-Arpents
Lachenaie, Quebec J6V 1A3
Gaetan Hétu
SCHOKBÉTON QUÉBEC, INC.
Tel: (450) 473-6831 Fax: (450) 473-2285
430, Arthur Sauve, Bur. 6030
St-Eustache, Québec J7R 6V7
Benoit Fradet
(1,2,4,6,9)
(1,4,5,9)
(1,4,5,6,9)
(1,2,3,4,6,9)
(1,5,9)
(1,4,5,9)
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
STRESCON LIMITED Corporate Office
Tel: (506) 632-2600 Fax: (506) 632-7689
P.O. Box 3187, 400 Chesley Drive
Saint John, New Brunswick E2K 5L6
Hans O. Klohn
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STRESCON LIMITED
Tel: (506) 633-8877 Fax: (506) 632-7576
P.O. Box 3187, Station B
400 Chesley Drive
Saint John, New Brunswick E2K 5L6
D. Isnor
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
STRESCON LIMITED
Tel: (902) 494-7400 Fax: (902) 494-7401
P.O. Box 44205, Bedford Industrial Park
Bedford, Nova Scotia B4A 3Z8
Andrew LeVatte
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
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STRESS-CON INDUSTRIES INC. (CERTIFICATION PENDING)
Tel: (586) 731-1628 Fax: (586) 731-7007
50500 Design Lane
Shelby Twp., MI USA 48315
(1,4,6)
SURESPAN CONTRACTING
Tel: (250) 748-8888 Fax: (250) 746-8011
#3–3721 Drink Water Road
Duncan, British Columbia V9L 6P2
Jason Kearns
(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)
TRI-KRETE LIMITED
Tel: (416) 746-2479 Fax: (416) 746-6218
152 Toryork Drive
Weston, Ontario M9L 1X6
Tony Bombini
(1,4,5,9)
WELLS CONCRETE—GRAND FORKS
Tel: (701) 772-6687 Fax: (701) 772-4315
5000 Demers Avenue
Grand Forks, ND 58201
Mike Mortensen
(1,2,4,5,9)
KEY TO PRODUCT CODES / LEGENDE DE LA CODIFICATION
1. Beams, Columns, Joists /
Poutres, Colonnes, Solives
2. Stemmed Units, Double T, Simple T
3. Hollow-Core slabs / Dalles à âmes creuses
4. Solid Slabs, Salles pleines
5. Architectural precast concrete units /
Unites de béton préfabriqué architectural
6. Bridge beams / Poutres de pont
7. Piles / Pieux
8. G.F.R.C. / Béton armé de fibre de verre
9. Miscellaneous Products / Produits divers
10. Post-Tensioning / Post-constrainte
MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING WITH THE CANADIAN PRECAST/
PRESTRESSED CONCRETE INSTITUTE (CPCI)
CPCI membership requires all Active members to be certified to the
CPCI Precast Concrete Certification Program for Structural, Architectural and Specialty Precast Concrete Products and Systems.
Certification is in accordance with the requirements of CSA Standard
A23.4, including Appendices A and B and US requirements according
to PCI MNL 116 and 117, whichever is more stringent. For a listing of
certified plants and the products that they are certified to visit
www.precastcertification.ca.
MEMBRES EN RÈGLE AUPRÈS DE L’INSTITUT CANADIEN DU
BÉTON PRÉFABRIQUÉ PRÉCONTRAINT (CPCI)
Tous les membres actifs du CPCI doivent obtenir leur certificat du Cours
du CPCI sur les produits et systèmes de béton préfabriqué pour les
structures, l’architecture et les applications spéciales. Cette certification
est conforme à la norme CSA A23.4, y compris les annexes A et B de
même que les normes américaines PCI MNL 116 et 117. Pour une liste
des usines certifiées et de leurs produits homologués, visitez
www.precastcertification.ca.
PROFESSIONAL FIRMS/
ENTREPRISES PROFESSIONNELLES
BLACK MINT SOFTWARE INC.
Tel: (613) 230-3001 Fax: (509) 694-3337
675 Cooper Street
Ottawa, ON K1R 5J3
Dave Marshall
website: www.blackmint.com
HGS LIMITED
Tel: 519-944-3040 Fax: 519-944-5636
3100 Temple Drive
Windsor, ON
Medhat M. Ghabrial, PE, P.Eng, Ph.D.
website: www.hgslimited.com
N A ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES
Tel: (519) 273-3205 Fax: (519) 273-7133
107 Erie Street, Suite #2
Stratford, ON N5A 2M5
Nick Aroutzidis
website: www.naeng.com
DOUGLAS CONSULTANTS INC.
Tel: (418) 660-1221 Fax: (418) 660-0959
3604 Chemin Royal
Quebec, QC G1E 1W9
Kevin D. Below
website: www.douglasconsultants.ca
KASSIAN DYCK & ASSOCIATES
Tel: 403-255-6040 Fax: 403-255-6043
1475-10655 Southport Road SW
Calgary, AB T2W 4Y1
Wayne Kassian
website: www.kdassociates.com
NORR LIMITED
Tel: 416-929-0200 Fax: 416-929-3635
175 Bloor St E.
North Tower, 15th Floor
Toronto, ON M4W 3R8
Rolfe Kaartinen
website: www.norr.com
CPCI Professional Firm membership: CPCI has developed this new member category so that
professional firms and precast members can further strengthen relationships, providing an
opportunity for improved collaboration within the precast industry.
STANFORD DOWNEY ARCHITECTS INC.
Tel: 416-868-6036 Fax: 416-868-6044
3 Church Street, Suite 600
Toronto, ON M5E 1M2
James Smith
website: www.stanforddowney.ca
Some of the unique benefits of Professional Firm membership include:
1. A link to your company’s website from the CPCI website
2. Your company listed in the CPCI Imagineering Magazine
3. Unique sponsorship and advertising opportunities for your firm
TOWER ENGINEERING GROUP
Tel: (204) 925-1150 Fax: (204) 925-1155
208 - 897 Corydon Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3M 0W7
Karl Truderung
website: www.towereng.ca
Membership is only $500 annually. For further information on other benefits, and to apply,
contact us at [email protected]
IT’S YOUR MESSAGE.
GIVE IT THE EDGE .
T
en years ago, Kevin Brown and I decided to use our 30 years of experience
in the association publishing field to establish MediaEdge Publishing. We
wanted to use our skills, knowledge and love of publishing to build a business with
a focus on providing exemplary customer service and leading edge association
communication solutions.
Today, MediaEdge is the leader in quality custom publishing for associations. We
treat every client like our only client, and their agenda is our agenda. These have
remained our guiding principles since we first opened our doors.
Customer service is our number one priority.
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1.866.216.0860
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1.866.201.3096
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Robert Thompson
Senior Vice-President
Toronto 1.866.216.0860 ext. 229
Fax: 416.512.8344
Issue 1 / 2012
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Index to Advertisers / Index à L’intention des Annonceurs
Advanced Concrete Technologies Inc. ..........63
www.concretebiz.com
Munro Ltd. ............................................. 46-47
ARMTEC Limited Partnership ................. 36-37
www.armtec.com
Nawkaw Corporation ...................................65
www.munroltd.com
www.nawkaw.com
BIK Hydraulics Ltd. . .....................................59
www.bikboomtrucks.com
Norr Limited .......................................... 28-29
BPDL .................................Outside Back Cover
www.bpdl.com
PCL Constructors Canada Inc. ................ 12-13
www.norr.com
www.pcl.com
Coloured Aggregates ...................................67
www.colouredaggregates.com
Dufferin Aggregates/ A Division of
Holcim (Canada) Inc. ....................................3
www.holcim.ca
Euclid Admixture Canada Inc. . .....................65
www.euclidchemical.com
Res Precast Inc. . .........................................52
www.resprecast.com
Sika Canada Inc. . ...................................... 4-5
www.sika.ca
Splice Sleeve North America Inc. . ..................6
www.splicesleeve.com
Haarup Maskinfabrik A/S ..... Inside Front Cover
www.haarup.com
JVI Inc. ........................................................14
www.jvi-inc.com
Meadow Burke .................... Inside Back Cover
www.meadowburke.com
Mixer Systems, Inc. ................................. 9, 14
www.mixersystems.com
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TermoBuild Canada . .............................. 50-51
Thames Valley Brick &
Tile & Endicott Tile LLC. ....................... 60-61
www.thamesvalleybrick.com
www.endicott.com
Trancels-Pultrall Canada Inc. .......................11
www.trancels-pultrall.com
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