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High-rise engineering enriches neighbourhood

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A multi-tower high-rise development in downtown Toronto, Canada by Pinnacle International was faced with the challenge of relocating municipal and utility infrastructure, including storm drainage systems associated with the Gardiner Expressway.

GHD investigated the suitability of the existing municipal infrastructure for the development known as Pinnacle Condominium. We determined the extent to which municipal and utility infrastructure needed to be relocated, and prepared servicing drawings for such work for approval by relevant agencies and City departments.

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Mountainview subdivision

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GHD has played a key role in the development of the 80 hectare, 800 unit Fernbrook Mountainview homes subdivision in Haltan Hills, Ontario, Canada.

From its inception in 2009, GHD has been intimately involved in the development. We delivered detailed engineering drawings for internal municipal roads and services; erosion and sediment control drawings; design of channel compensation works; earthworks, servicing and road contracts; design drawings for utility co-ordination; and structural bridge design and the coordination of services under a local creek.

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Regent Park

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GHD has helped the Daniels Corporation and Toronto Housing Corporation in Canada to revitalise downtown Toronto’s biggest social housing project known as Regent Park.

As part of our involvement in the project, the clients’ goal was clear – to create a mixed-income, mixed-use community for 12,500 residents by the year 2020 by replacing more than 2000 social and affordable housing units and add about 5400 condominiums for market housing.

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Residential Community Development: Seaton

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In Ontario, Canada, GHD is taking a lead role in facilitating the development of the new community of Seaton.

Located within the City of Pickering east of Toronto, Seaton has been designed to initially accommodate 60,000 people and 30,000 jobs, with construction of the residential community planned over the next 20 years. The lands, which are currently used for agricultural purposes, are owned by four major Toronto-based developers together with the Province of Ontario.

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