Our Civil Engineering team was a part of the successful completion of the Toronto courthouse project, which recently achieved LEED Gold certification.
This 17-storey, 690,000 sq. ft. courthouse, located at 10 Armoury St., is a groundbreaking endeavor that amalgamated six Ontario Court of Justice locations, introducing a new era of environmentally conscious legal infrastructure to the city.
Photography Credit: Ontario Construction News
Our team was responsible for site grading and servicing design, ensuring the project’s success and integration into the surrounding city streets and sidewalks. Incorporating rainwater collection and reuse, to reduce the impact and loading on the existing municipal systems, to mitigate existing downstream flooding issues.
Throughout construction, the EllisDon Team diverted an impressive 85% of waste from landfills. This achievement is not just about a LEED Gold certification; it’s about making a positive impact on the environment and community. Construction began in fall 2018. Work on the exterior of the building was completed in 2021.