PROJECTS

Since its inception, Bradford has maintained controlled growth based on a commitment to complete customer satisfaction. Our high regard for clients’ individual needs has provided us with long-lasting relationships with the Hospital communities of Ottawa, the Parliamentary Precinct, Maple Leaf Property Management, the Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation, Somerset West Community Health Centre, Carleton University, University of Ottawa, Algonquin College, City of Ottawa, and many other local firms, all of whom we are still actively bidding and providing construction services. Service and attention remains the cornerstone of our success with these clients.

 

INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION

CARLETON UNIVERISTY

ARISE INTERIOR FIT UP

CARLETON UNIVERISTY

ARISE INTERIOR FIT UP

A five floor fit up of a new constructed 74,000 square foor core and shell. The ARISE building consists of public assembly space, electronics and interactive touchdown areas, small scale wet labs, office space and space for collaborate working. Architectural work include interior partitions, ceiling, architectural bulkheads, custom ductile concrete stairs, polished concrete floors, millwork, and ceramic frit glazing.

 

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

STEACIE LAB RENEWAL

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

STEACIE LAB RENEWAL

The renovation of 4 existing lab spaces. The project is located next to operational labs which must be maintained at all time, therefore coordination with the users and hoardings are required throughout the project. The work includes new casework, fume hoods, epoxy flooring, and type 3 abatement. Mechanical and electrical work consists of HVAC upgrades, plumbing fixtures, lighting, fire alarm, and power.

 

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

ROBERTSON HALL LOBBY RENOVATION

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

ROBERTSON HALL LOBBY RENOVATION

A revitalization of the admissions building lobby area. The work includes extensive wall finishes which are made up of 4'x8' white porcelain tiles from Italy, painting of the existing waffle slab ceiling, removal of and new floor sealant, new aluminum doors, new glazed railings for the main stair case, and renovations to 1 washroom, new millwork, carpet tile, and architectural bulkheads. Mechanically the work consists of upgrades to the heating & cooling systems and new plumbing fixtures. The electrical work includes over 1000 feet of new lighting.

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

ADVANCEMENT RENOVATION

A two floor complete demolition and fit-up of the HCI building at Carleton University, Level 4 and Level 5. The work was completed in an occupied building and consisted of mainly new offices and open work areas. Walls were of standard construction with the incorporation of PC 350 glazing unit and frames to allow for an abundance of natural light complete with 8 foot office doors. 

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

LOEB STUDY SPACE

A 2850 SF highly finished renovation to an existing student study space. Finishes include new paint, epoxy flooring, LVT flooring, interior Trespa panels, back painted magnetic glazing, glass railings, acoustical fixtures, and wood ceilings. Electrical upgrades included new light fixtures in the wood ceilings, suspended fixtures to match the acoustical fixtures, and new Audio-Visual equipment. 

 

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

STEACIE CHILLER

Replacement of the existing chiller and cooling towers at the Steacie Building.
Work includes mechanical and electrical demolition and relocations of existing services, removal of portions of the existing roof, exterior walls and structures from the existing mechanical room. New structural supports for the cooling tower, pumps, exhaust fan, and chiller. Construction of a new mechanical penthouse complete with exterior wall systems and siding. Revisions to exhaust systems affecting existing clean labs. Architectural finishes and stair assemblies to interior of new mechanical room.

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

SITE FIT UP

A renovation to existing staff and student Lounge areas in the S.I.T.E building at the University of Ottawa to create office spaces to consolidate services. Work included revisions to fire protection, lighting, power, voice and data, and supply and return air systems to update the newly created offices. The walls built included a mix of drywall partitions and demountable Teknion. Challenges included working in an occupied building, and shared occupancy areas.

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

STEACIE THIRD FLOOR LAB

New state-of-the-art 8000 SF chemistry laboratory for CU students. Includes M&E  systems, antimicrobial surfaces and finishes, architectural bulkheads/paint/flooring patterns to identify key areas and focus points, audio/visual display areas blended with a barrier-free construction design, and lab equipment including fume hoods and exhaust system.  Tight schedule, finished on time.

 

HEALTH CARE CONSTRUCTION

SWCHC

SAFE CONSUMPTION

SITE

A renovation to an existing building to provide a new Safe Injection Site. Work includes 3 new injection booths (2 stalls per booth), a new counselling area, and a new assessment area. Each injection booth has a mirror from the top of the desk to the top of the booth and new lighting was installed through out to allow the staff to easily monitor all users. Finishes also included new window film, paint, flooring, doors, and accessories.

CHEO

PACU & DCS REDEVELOPMENT

a 40,000 sq. ft renovation of 3rd floor PACU and SDS includes state of the art  medical equipment installation including patient monitors, suspended boom arms, visual display monitors and Head Wall Units with integrated medical gases, electrical and nurse call systems. Room descriptions include isolation rooms, 2 procedure operating rooms, recovery and pre op bed bays, change rooms, shower bays, handicap accessible washrooms and advanced finishing in the waiting room. Architectural curved walls with integrated lighting, designs and fixtures. Architectural leaf shaped bulkheads, circular bulkheads. 

CHEO

VIROLOGY & NSO LAB

RENOVATIONS

 The Virology and Newborn Screening project is a 4000 SF, 2-phased renovation of a laboratory area. The work includes asbestos abatement, mechanical revisions including exhaust fans and stainless duct work, electrical upgrades, and revised laboratory casework.

CHEO

OPHTHALMOLOGY C8 RENOVATION

A 3000 SF renovation at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario to create a new Ophthalmology unit.  Work includes type 3 asbestos abatement and demolition of the existing, complete architectural finishes, new ductwork, VAVs, fire alarm, sprinkler system, electrical devices and panels. 

CHEO

MCYS RENOVATION

A 10,000 SF project to create a clinical space for the Ottawa Children’s treatment Center Autism treatment program.  Work includes extensive saw -cutting and removal of concrete slabs to install drainage for washrooms and work rooms. Architectural finishes include sheet flooring, millwork, pre-purchased modular furniture ceramic floors and walls in wet areas and ceilings,Electrical work includes new panels, distribution, duress alarm system, access control and fire alarm. The existing sprinkler system is being revised to suit the new layout and ceiling heights.

DAVE SMITH

YOUTH TREATMENT CENTRE PHASE 1

Phase 1 of the construction of a youth treatment centre, consisting of a maintenance shed and all civil and grading work preparatory to Phase 2 not-in-contract main building erection. The maintenance shed is a 500 SF wood-framed structure on a 1800 SF concrete pad with full reinforced foundations, to allow for future expansion. Civil work includes 15 acres of grading, swales leading to creek, fire tanks, septic field, Waterloo Biofilter septic system, and access road. Project challenges so far include an elevated water table and groundwater infiltration to site excavations.

CHEO

MEDICAL IMAGING

Renovation to an existing x-ray room to upgrade the space for a new EOS imaging devise. Work included electrical & mechanical upgrades, new flooring, a lead lined window, and extensive abatement due to mould containing walls.  

SWCHC

30 ROSEMOUNT 

Extensive 6000 SF Construction Management project included renovation of 2-storey wood-framed building to create office spaces and exam rooms.  Construction challenges include abatement, building age and materials used (original building constructed in 1920's with many subsequent additions and renovations), new elevator.  Work done to Green Globes standard.