The Markham Stouffville Hospital project included a new emergency department, expanded ambulatory clinics, more inpatient beds and 14 additional operating rooms, a new diagnostic imaging department, a new maternal child care area, and a new mental health unit. The goal of this project was to meet the needs of the growing population by enhancing access to essential health care services through the construction of a new addition to the south and west of the present building; the existing facility was doubled in size.
OZZ Electric’s scope of work included installing of High Voltage Switchboard, two 4KV 600V transformers, 600v Main Switchboards, 225 KVA UPS units, installation of automatic transfer switches for critical care power panels, low voltage lighting control system, a lighting protection system, a fire alarm system, installation of a new Cisco core data communication system, Nurse Call, a PA system and a security system.
Morguard is the expert in ownership, investment and management of real estate properties. Morguard decides to make a move to provide their tenant with improved energy efficient lighting, taking advantage of the SaveOnEnergy program for incentives.
The incentive program makes is possible for commercial organizations to install and benefit from newer, more energy efficient solutions that will help you operate your business more efficiently and improve your bottom line. Incentives are available for high efficiency equipment such as lighting, motors and heating and for installing new control systems to improve the overall efficiency of your building.
Royal Canin’s move to Puslinch Township, near Guelph, Ontario, involved a $60 million facility to house production, sorting, and distribution equipment spread over approximately 4 to 5 acres of development on a 94 acre site. Royal Canin manufactures premium-quality pet foods which it distributes through specialty retailers and veterinarians. The new plant is dedicated to the North American market and will employ approximately 90 staff members in both production and administration.
The plant was scheduled for start-up in the summer of 2008. Dial One Wolfedale Electric was chosen as the process installer, having recently completed a large project in Brantford, Ontario, in the same category. Once a site visit was conducted, the client was assured of timely completion of the project. The plant is highly automated through a French Integrator, Courbon, with equipment certified for use in Canada.
The Robarts Research Institute is a Canadian success story and has quickly progressed to be a top-ranked medical-research facility. Employing over 500 people including 48 leading medical scientists, the well-known institution’s research focuses on advanced medical imaging, cellular and molecular biology, genomics, immunology and stem cell biology. During the building of the Institute’s seven storey, 180,000 square foot facility in London, Ontario, Dial One Wolfedale Electric used a value engineering approach to assist electrical engineers in meeting the project budget. The work included the installation of the largest MRI unit in North America and other crucial medical instrumentation to support Robarts’ continuing research initiatives.