Construction for TD Centre Halifax redevelopment underway
September 11, 2012 by On-Site staff
On Sept. 10, EllisDon began construction on the TD Centre Halifax development project. It’s designed to transform the building into the city’s largest Class A, LEED Gold (CS) certified, smart building.
The redevelopment will double the centre’s current floor space to 200,000 sq. ft., including three additional floors; preserve and restore masonry work to the Macara-Barnstead building façade; and add new building control systems designed to reduce operating costs, produce lower emissions, and offer tenants improved control over air quality and other environmental systems.
The redevelopment project was designed by Lydon Lynch Architects and received unanimous approval from the Halifax Regional Municipality’s Heritage Advisory and Review committee in 2011.
The project is expected to be complete in 2014.
For more information on the TD expansion project, click here.
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