The first phase of the Emerald City complex, Emerald City 1, is a luxury 36 storey condominium in North York, Ontario. This condominium incorporates visionary architecture with luxurious recreational amenities. Emerald City 2 is a stunning condominium with 29 floors of residences and many amenities, such as a spa, indoor swimming pool and a state-of-the-art gym and yoga studio. The third and final tower is Dream Tower at Emerald City; a 25 storey facility with 316 larger and more affordable suites than its predecessor, all situated around a new park and pedestrian plaza. Occupancy of Dream Tower at Emerald City is expected in early 2014.
OZZ Electric is equipped and prepared to exceed the electrical expectations for your residential project to achieve absolute client satisfaction. We will deliver added value, innovation and specialized expertise while delivering our services on time and at a lower cost than our competitors. We are leaders in sustainability and maintain a consistent standard of excellence on every project.
This Infrastructure Ontario project is a standing model of how retrofitting and modernizing an older building can significantly reduce its carbon footprint. The project was one of the largest of its kind in the North American landscape, and resulted in LEED Gold Certification of the iconic government building. The retrofit was split up into several phases, with OZZ Electric assuming responsibility for Phase 2; the tenant fit up of all six floors.
OZZ Electric was responsible for the supply and installation of extensive electrical distribution equipment for Tenant Improvement Upgrades throughout the building. The project consisted of the relocation of four UPSs from another facility, the supply and installation of a Hubbell data communication system, lighting (LED included), a low voltage lighting control system, as well as Fire Alarm upgrades.
Dial One Wolfedale Electric was chosen as Ferrero’s Electrical Contractor for all the process equipment power feeds for more than 100 pieces of production equipment, both domestic and foreign made. Feeds ranged from 30A to 1000A in size. The installation of production machinery was also completed for several OEM suppliers and working with ESA all equipment was brought to Ontario Electrical Code (OEC) standards.
Cosmo Music had a vision for their new retail space in Richmond Hill: a clean and uncluttered musical showcase that was also totally customer friendly and prepared to handle live performances. To make the most of the open-concept atrium space as well as the more specialized areas for sales, instruction and offices, planning and preparation was the key to making everything work. Wolfedale ran the majority of the necessary wiring under the slab and through walls to cut down the visual distraction of junction boxes and used laser levels to aid in the precise placement of each electrical element to eliminate as much visible wiring as possible.
The 250-seat theatre alone has a state of the art PA and spotlights, on top of standard lighting, while the ground level retail atrium was divided into multiple showcase areas with flood lighting on feature walls. Upstairs in the office space, Wolfedale installed full electrical systems common to more standard work environments, while exterior lighting was designed to run on a timed schedule, and an addressable fire alarm system is also in place.