Broccolini has recently been informed of fraudulent recruitment activities targeting people outside of Canada. The suspected organization or individuals are sending employment contracts pretending to be Broccolini representatives and are requesting personal information to start an immigration procedure for employment in Canada. Please be cautious of these emails as they are considered fraudulent and a way of stealing money and identity as well as other personal information from you.

Broccolini’s recruitment process always includes in-person interviews with a member of our Human Resources team and/or a member of our management team prior to any official employment offer. Money would never be requested in exchange for a position or to secure a visa to enter Canada.

We recommend that you do not respond to unsolicited employment offers from people with whom you are unfamiliar and suggest that you report them to your local authorities. If you think you have received a fraudulent employment offer, please forward it to and ensure to include the original subject line, email address of sender and complete message including attachments.

Victoria sur le parc

Target Distribution Centre

Address: 1501 Industrial Park Drive, Cornwall

Completion date: 2013

Building area: 1,350,000 sq.ft.

Contract: Design-Build

In 2011, Target embarked on a process of market penetration into Canada with its purchase of 189 Zellers stores across the country. However, Target opted not to purchase the distribution centres and therefore needed to have these built according to particular specifications in order to accommodate the supply of various goods to their stores.

Broccolini built the new 1.35M sq.ft. distribution centre for Target, a retail giant. Located on a 169 acre site in the Cornwall Business Park, the Eastern Target Canadian Distribution Centre is one of three major facilities the retailer commissioned for construction in Canada. The Cornwall building served all the Target stores in Eastern Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces.

The distribution center included a fully automated material handling system which included more than 7,915 linear ft. of conveyors.

Between 2012 and 2013, Broccolini also built Target stores in Ontario and Quebec.

"We are thrilled to have been selected by Target," says Broccolini CEO, John Broccolini. "We have strong experience in the construction of distribution centres as well as big box stores for major retailers."

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