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Bariatrix is a leading manufacturer of weight-loss nutrition products. This 140,000 sq. ft. industrial building houses a production line, a warehouse space and offices. The building's design and construction were executed according to the standards of Agriculture Canada.
Mitchel-Lincoln is a Canadian industrial manufacturer of corrugated paper products. The Drummondville facility, was designed and built by Broccolini and is the largest production facility in Canada. The plant set a Canadian record, producing more than 1.5 billion sq.ft. of board.
The Encore Gourmet Food Corporation produces and sells food products such as spices, seasonings, herbs, sauces, and soup bases. In 1999, Broccolini Construction was mandated with the design and construction of the company's 120,000sq.ft. administrative building.
STS Systems is a provider of advanced IT solutions for retailers of apparel and footwear. Broccolini designed and built STS's head office in 1988. Subsequently, STS entrusted Broccolini with the construction of two (2) expansions, one of which involved the construction of a second building, connected to the existing building via an atrium.
Wawanesa, an insurance company founded in 1896, had some unusual requirements for the construction of its new head office. The new facility was built immediately behind the existing building, which continued to be used throughout the construction period. The existing facility was demolished to make way for elegantly designed landscaping.
Loblaw Companies Limited is the largest food retailer in Canada. Broccolini was mandated to accelerate the construction process in order to meet the client's delivery requirements.
In 1997, Domtar requested the services of Broccolini for the management of renovations to its Montreal headquarters. The building of sixteen (16) storeys, each occupying 12,000 sq.ft., was transformed to accommodate the company's changing needs. Broccolini was selected for its flexibility and ability to adapt in order to remain within the budget.
Sanmina-SCI is one of the world's leading electronics manufacturers (ECM). Built in two phases, the high-tech facility includes a 50,000 sq.ft. air-conditioned production area featuring anti-static flooring and an 85 ft. clear span. Broccolini was selected because of its strong sense of ethics and the speed and quality of their work.
Nordx/CDT entrusted Broccolini with the design and construction of a facility that would house a manufacturing plant, research and development labs, warehouses, and office space. The design and construction of the facility was completed in under 3 months, ahead of schedule.
An existing 60,000 sq.ft. warehouse facility was converted into a Maxi grocery store. This project involved the construction of 20,000 sq.ft. expansion to the existing building.
Wal-Mart, one of the world's largest retailers, came to Broccolini for the construction of their 105,000 sq.ft. store in St-Hyacinth. Broccolini also participated in the renovation of 3 of Wal-mart's other stores, working only nights and weekends as the stores needed to remain open for business.
Costco Distribution Center - 1995
Broccolini successfully designed and built Costco's 300,000 sq.ft. distribution center. Located in St-Bruno, the building was designed with a view to accommodate a planned future expansion of 330,000 sq.ft.
GE Hydro is a world leader in the use and control of water. GE Hydro has been supplying equipment to the hydropower and water control industries for over one hundred and fifty years. This new 40,000 sq.ft. building adjoins the existing century-old plant.
Mercedes Benz Silverstar - 1994
Silverstar needed to expand its existing facility in order to include a showroom for pre-owned vehicles. The project proved quite challenging as the work space was constrained, the extension had to tie in with the existing building, and the work had to be accomplished without disrupting the daily operations of the business.
Weinstein et Gavino - 1994
Broccolini was mandated with the construction of this magnificent restaurant, located in the heart of downtown Montreal. The restaurant's exterior masonry is of hand carved limestone, made to harmonize with the street's original, historical architecture. The project also features a six (6)-storey of underground parking garage.
Broccolini was selected for two (2) renovation and expansion projects. The first project consisted in the restauration of the 1960s building in order to transform it into a modern multi-tenant shopping centre. The second project involved the construction of a sixth (6) floor to be built atop the existing building tower.
Molson Coors (at the time under Molson O'Keefe) required a facility for the reception and sorting of empty bottles. In 1990, this project represented one of Broccolini's largest and most important projects.
Broccolini was charged with the management of the construction site for this office building located in Ville Saint-Laurent, on the West Island of Montreal.
FUTURE is a world leader and innovator in the distribution and marketing of semiconductors and passive, interconnecting, and electro-mechanical components. FUTURE operates in 169 locations in 42 countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia.