Ernst & Young
100 Adelaide Tower, Multi-Floor Fitout
“Throughout the tower…elements of wellness enhance the EY experience for employees, including quiet spaces for recharging, changing rooms for getting ready on the go, showers, bike parking and more.”
The downtown Ernst & Young (EY) Tower is Toronto’s first Triple A office building constructed to LEED Platinum standards. The 255,000 ft2 tenant project was an 11-floor fitout designed to be the epitome of the modern flexible work environment, to reflect EY’s new ‘Workplace of the Future’. Amenities include tech-enabled boardrooms, collaborative meeting areas, a dynamic event space and EY Toronto’s Innovation Centre. The building has received Toronto’s second WELL Gold certification. (HH Angus is proud to have been involved in both of these WELL Gold-certified projects).
Features of the project include a new interconnecting stairway between two floors; a café/hub, IT equipment room, and Main Communications Room on each floor; Reception and client-facing floor; intricate lighting design with high-end luminaires, requiring complex design coordination by the lighting team; new guest washrooms; catering kitchen; a conference floor with the design intent that spaces be multipurpose; executive suite; training facility; mail room; office services; and IT on-site services.
Mechanical Engineering | Electrical Engineering | Lighting Design
Size: 255,000 ft2 | Status: Completed 2018
KEY SCOPE ELEMENTS
Toronto’s first Triple A office building constructed to and certified LEED Platinum | WELL Gold certified | Intricate lighting design | Flexible work spaces