The BMW Canadian Flagship Retail Centre was a complex project – it involved wiring the shell of the long-vacated Lever-Ponds building in downtown Toronto, which consisted of a structural steel skeleton and the original concrete slab floors. The structure was tied to a new addition to create an elegant car emporium. Dial One Wolfedale Electric’s $1.2 million contract included installation of all wiring and interior and exterior lighting.
Wiring the existing steel-frame building was a challenge – it required core drilling to enable lines to be run from the main floor to the electrical utility room at the penthouse level. Once that was finished, the Dial One Wolfedale Electric team could assess how best to tie the electrical into the new addition. With more than a dozen contractors working onsite, expert project management skills were required to ensure the project ran smoothly through to completion.