Wildeboer Dellelce LLP
365 Bay Street, 3 Floor Fitout
This 12-storey building is located in the heart of Toronto’s business and financial core. Constructed in 1960, the mechanical and electrical infrastructure was outdated and major redistribution and rework of the existing systems was required in order to suit the new tenant fitout.
HH Angus was engaged to provide fitout services for this commercial office renovation project. Our scope included mechanical, electrical, lighting and communications engineering design for renovations to three floors of office space for a standalone corporate finance and tax law firm.
The 8th floor consisted of renovations to 7,000 ft2 of client-facing space, including a universal washroom, meeting rooms, reception and welcome areas. A large existing boardroom was converted into multipurpose meeting space. This conversion required additional ventilation in order to accommodate up to 50 people.
A new build out included open and enclosed office space to accommodate future growth. A new universal washroom was also provided as part of the updated layout.
Extensive demolition was required in the central part of the floor plan to accommodate the new layouts. Construction took place during working hours; therefore, special planning and design were needed to accommodate critical areas and workstations during construction. Hoarding was required to separate these areas and ensure the safety of occupants. The project schedule was very aggressive.
Mechanical Engineering | Electrical Engineering | Communications Design | Lighting Design | Tenant fitout
Status: Completed 2018 | Renovations to non-contiguous floor plates | Infrastructure upgrades
KEY SCOPE ELEMENTS
Renovations to three floors of office space for a standalone corporate finance and tax law firm | Heavily phased to allow tenant operations to remain active throughout construction
Innovative lighting design
Special attention was paid to highlighting unique design features, including dropped ceilings and feature walls.
The 9th and 10th floor renovation covered 16,050 rentable ft2. The objective was to refresh the employee work space and create a new, centralized café space.
The project team was able to achieve the schedule requirements by engaging in close coordination and communication from project inception to completion.