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Victoria sur le parc

Eglo Canada

Address: 20700 route Transcanadienne, Baie-d'Urfé

Completion date: 2011

Building area: 64,500 sq.ft.

Contract: Fixed price

Eglo Canada, a company in the decorative home lighting fixtures industry, opted to establish their 64,500 sq.ft. head office in the Baie-d'Urfé industrial park, thanks to its many advantages.

Founded in Austria in 1960, EGLO now has 70 branches across five (5) continents and is known worldwide as one of the most successful suppliers of decorative lighting fixtures for the residential market.

Located in Saint-Laurent, EGLO Canada contracted Broccolini to build its new headquarters in the Baie-d'Urfé industrial park. The 64,500 sq.ft. building would house the company's offices, a spacious showroom, as well as an area intended for the storage of lighting fixtures.

The main challenges of the project included the need to raise the ground level in preparation for construction, the allotted time limit, and the management of the work and schedules of multiple subcontractors within a circumscribed space.

Construction of EGLO Canada's new building was complete in December, 2011, just before the holidays.

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