Providing construction services for all levels of Government requires an understanding of an elevated level of accountability. Our elected officials are called upon to ensure all their contracting partners are prepared to present a professional documented account of ongoing activities that should include expenditures and schedules. This level of service is part of our daily operations and is designed to promote openness and foster trust towards those accountable to the public. The project management system implemented by Monteith is one of documentation and efficiency to ensure our projects are completed on time and on budget.
Leeder Place Emergency Family Shelter
CFB Borden Building A-245
Blue Ridge Library
Grande Prairie Public School District Office Renovation
Orillia Museum of Art & History
Midland Public Library
Muskoka Wharf Boat & Heritage Museum
Brock Township Public Library
Muskoka Lakes Library
Barrie Public Utilities Commision Facility
Leeder Place Emergency Family ShelterDesign-Build
LEED® Silver Certified
Client: Regional Municipality of York
Value: $2.7 M
This 13,000 square foot, one storey, design/build project will be LEED® Silver Certified and houses 15 occupant suites that serve 73 individuals. The wood frame building includes a common room, multi-purpose room, lounge, playroom, dining room and offices for staff. This is the first emergency shelter in Canada built to obtain LEED® certification.
CFB Borden Building A-245Client: Defence Construction Canada
Architect: Ted Handy & Associates Inc., Architect
Value: $2.5 M
This design-build project is a one storey, pre-engineered building addition to the operating tank / artillery school and houses 3 tanks and the associated gun systems. The 15,000 square foot facility features training labs, classrooms, telecommunications space and a maintenance bay that includes a 35 tonne overhead crane.
Grande Prairie Public School District Office RenovationClient: Grande Prairie Public School District
Architect: The Workun Garrick Partnership Architecture and Interior Design Inc.
Value: $1.8 M
This project involved the interior renovation of a two storey, 21,000 square foot office building. All interior walls, floors, ceilings, electrical systems, and mechanical duct work will be removed and rebuilt.
Orillia Museum of Art & HistoryClient: Orillia Museum of Art & History, The City of Orillia
Architect: Roderick H. Young Architect
Value: $1.6 M
This was the second phase of expansion and renovations for the museum. This important historical building in downtown Orillia was extensively renovated and a second floor addition was constructed to add climate controlled space for world class art and historical displays.
Midland Public LibraryClient: Town of Midland
Architect: Roth Knibb Architects
Value: $4.5 M
This project is a large, three storey addition (15,000 sq. ft.), and complete interior renovation of the existing historical library (12,000 sq. ft.), in downtown Midland. Special features include a green roof, solar power and a three storey glass atrium connecting the new space to the original facility.
Muskoka Wharf Boat & Heritage MuseumClient: Town of Gravenhurst
Value: $3.7 M
This 24,000 square foot building is themed in the style of a 1920’s Muskoka resort and houses a multi-purpose room that can be used for receptions and theatre presentations. The most impressive area of the building is a covered boathouse, which can accommodate up to 20 antique boats.
Brock Township Public LibraryBrock Township Public Library
Client: Township of Brock
Architect: Roth Knibb Architects
Value: $1.5 M
This project involves a small addition and complete renovation to an existing heritage building. Extensive remediation, abatement and demolition with the facility will be completed prior to converting the space. A special feature is the original wood tower that has been completely restored.
Muskoka Lakes LibraryClient: The Township of Muskoka Lakes
Architect: Ted Handy & Associates
Value: $1.8 M
This project involved constructing a new library that was designed in the style of a Muskoka cottage and features natural materials including wood timbers and stone facades to reflect the beautiful Muskoka landscape.
Barrie Public Utilities Commision FacilityClient: The City of Barrie
Architect: Salter Pilon Architecture
Value: $9 M
The two storey 82,600 square foot complex includes 34,600 square feet of office space, a 48,000 square foot warehouse and a maintenance garage. The construction involved insulated precast sandwich wall panels and stainless steel stairs and railings.