Since its start in 1962, general contractor Bachly Construction has gained extensive experience in the arena of shopping center projects, Project Manager Nick Miedema declares. “That’s one of the biggest aspects of our resume,” he says. That past experience is useful for the company as it constructs the new Noble Cherry Smart Centre project in Toronto. The shopping center is Bachly Construction’s first project for developer SmartCentres. 

The word “large” doesn’t begin to describe the scope of work being done on the Uptown Shopping Center redevelopment in Saanich, British Columbia, just outside of Victoria. Demolition and construction of 500,000 square feet is quite an undertaking, but nearly 1.4 million square feet is a neighborhood. 

When you are playing for a World Series, as the New York Yankees did last season, the last thing your team wants to worry about is whether its field will hold up. That is where Sports Construction Group (SCG) comes in. Originally a heavy highway contractor, the company has transformed itself into a leading contractor in playing field construction, including work on the new Yankee Stadium, Chicago’s Soldier Field, Notre Dame stadium in South Bend, Ind., and a host of others across the country. 

Reynolds Construction Management’s 15-year reputation for commercial and institutional contracting and construction management expertise could keep the company flourishing well into the future. With a portfolio of more than 200 projects – valued in excess of $2.5 billion – Reynolds’ work is known throughout the Pennsylvania market.

After more than 10 years of feasibility investigations and discussions, the City of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan will soon have a new multipurpose hockey arena and curling facility; as well as a standalone soccer/field house facility. For the city of Moose Jaw, the multipurpose arena will serve as a benchmark for similar large capital investment projects in the future.

There are few spectacles in America like the Super Bowl. Whether or not they actually follow professional football, millions of Americans cram into the homes of friends and relatives each year to watch the sporting event that crowns the champion of the National Football League. Naturally, companies such as Gerdau Ameristeel jump at the chance to be involved with game. 

The Collavino Group has several advantages in the competitive Northeast market, starting with its diversity. The organization consists of three major companies: PCR Contractors, a general contracting, construction management and design/build firm with a strategic focus on the Ontario market; Collavino Construction Co., a general contractor specializing in heavy civil contracts, as well as a prime subcontractor for large cast-in-place projects with an international project scope; and International Precast Solutions (IPS), a Detroit-based structural and architectural precast manufacturer catering to both Canada and the United States.

When a job requires a fast-track schedule, it always helps if there is familiarity between the owner and the contractor. Fortunately, this was the case for the Little Rock, Ark.-based CDI Contractors LLC, which has worked with MG Herring Group for several years before signing on to build The Village at Fairview retail lifestyle center. “We have a good working relationship with the owner as far as trust and looking out for their best interest,” Senior Project Manager Tommy Weed says.

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