We were contracted out by one of our key clients Black & McDonald to perform the cutting and coring work for this community housing project run by Turner Construction on behalf of the City of Toronto. The 12 story apartment building was completely gutted and our team was one of the first groups in the building which enabled us to get the majority of scanning and coring done without issue. It was a substantial project with over 2600 holes to be cored and approximately 600 feet of trenching.
“Being as the 389 Church Street Project was a retrofit of an existing structure, scanning & coring requirements we’re extensive. With approximately 3000 penetrations ranging in size and an abundance of embedded rebar within the structural slab, conditions became challenging as we were mandated to avoid/minimize impact to structural integrity of the floor. Through this process, GRAFF demonstrated their expertise and professionalism by ensuring the prompt availability of qualified personnel and attentiveness to the requirements of this project. I would highly recommend Ian and the GRAFF team to others within my organization as well as continue to use them in the future.” – Justin Biordi, Black and McDonald