TD Bank Group
TD5 ETS CSTS Tenant Fitout
Our team worked with existing structural interferences (extensive/deep structural beams with limited openings) to identify routing for new M&E infrastructure. We also engaged in multi-discipline coordination and planning on site with contractors to find pathways/alternative methods to meet the demands of the project.
HH Angus was engaged to design a full floor fitout in Tower 5 of Toronto’s iconic TD Centre. Our scope included mechanical, electrical and lighting design services. The fitout design and construction established a new floor standard for TD Bank spaces going forward.
Our electrical scope included power distribution; open ceiling café lighting design to meet both the client’s design choices and base building standards; integration of an all-new wireless lighting control system, including occupancy, daylight, and custom dimming control; life safety systems; and infrastructure for AV & security systems.
The mechanical work consisted of a new HVAC layout to accommodate the new reflected ceiling plan design, which included the open ceiling café design, supplemental cooling systems, plumbing services, and sprinkler modifications to suit the floor layout.
Among the challenges of the project were some structural limitations. Coring restrictions necessitated a power re-design to eliminate floor monuments with cores.
Mechanical Engineering | Electrical Engineering | Lighting Design
Status: Completed 2019 | Fitout represented a new floor standard for TD Bank | Existing space demolished to floor plate | Structural interferences required creative solutions for routing of services
KEY SCOPE ELEMENTS
New HVAC layout | New lighting and control system
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