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PROJECT: King Blue Condominium, Toronto

OWNER: Greenland Group Canada

APPROXIMATE VALUE: $700,000

DATE COMPLETED: February 2020

CONSULTANT / ENGINEER: Page and Steele IBI Group Architects, Toronto

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The King Blue condominium is designed with historic roots and a modern panache making it a striking imprint on Toronto’s Entertainment district skyline. The condominium delivers the ultimate in style, sophistication, luxury, and amenities with two 48 and 44 storey towers housing roughly 900. Its residents and guests enjoy many 24h amenities including concierge, game room, gym, yoga room, movie theatre, roof deck, swimming pool, and sauna.

Net Electric Limited, in partnership with Ellis Don is responsible for the supply and installation of Certified structed cabling system, Cellular distributed antenna system, and supporting hotel and condominium services throughout the project.

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king blue condos

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PROJECT: ACE Hotel, Toronto

OWNER: Carbon Hospitality

APPROXIMATE VALUE: $300,000

DATE COMPLETED: February 2020

CONSULTANT / ENGINEER: Shim-Sutcliffe Architects Inc., Toronto

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Being the first Canadian site for the boutique hotel group Atelier Ace, 51 Camden Street in Toronto will feature 130 rooms and a bar-restaurant. The new structure will be 13 storeys high overlooking the abutting St. Andrew’s Market and Playground in the heart of downtown Toronto.

To honour the rich history of the industrial buildings in the neighbourhood, the hotel’s design is one that is warm and welcoming using a mix of natural and industrial materials.

Net Electric Limited, in partnership with Shim-Sutcliffe Architects Inc. and Aatel Communications Inc., is responsible for the supply and installation of communications and security systems. This included Certified Structured Cabling Systems for the IT network, AV system, video on demand, electronic door lock and wireless access points.

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ACE hotel

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PROJECT: Ford Energy Conservation Project, Oakville

OWNER: Siemens Canada Ltd., Building Technologies

APPROXIMATE VALUE: $700,000

DATE COMPLETED: 2020

CONSULTANT / ENGINEER: Siemens Energy Design Initiatives, Oakville

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The Ford Company has taken the voluntary initiative to invest in energy saving equipment upgrades for its Oakville assembly plant. The high-profile plant is 5,464,000 square feet and employs 4,600 workers.

Having earned an Energy Efficiency Leader Award for achieving sustainability in energy conservation the Ford company continues to pursue projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Net Electric Ltd, in partnership with Siemens, is responsible for engineering & programming the automation process for a critical Automotive Manufacturing Environment. This involves the migration of an older PLC system to newer industrial controllers, and modernization of the fan motors with VFD, air dampers modulation, building pressurization. and introduction. The result is the introduction of robust analytic data that is useful for Facility Managers in monitoring and controlling Energy Usage and CO footprint. In addition, operation and maintenance efficiency of each component can be monitored and controlled for the Building Heating and Ventilation systems.

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ford energy conservation

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PROJECT: PanAm Athlete’s Village – Block 11

OWNER: Dundee Kilmer Developments

APPROXIMATE VALUE: $7,000,000

DATE COMPLETED: December 2014

CONSULTANT / ENGINEER: Hidi Rae Consulting Engineers, Toronto

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The Pan/Parapan American Games Athletes’ Village is situated in the West Don Lands, a new waterfront community located east of downtown Toronto. The Athletes’ Village will offer athletes, coaches and team officials comfortable lodging and a home away from home during the Games. Once the Games are over, the Village will provide Toronto residents with a range of options in of options in housing, retail and recreational facilities.

Net Electric Limited, in partnership with EllisDon Ledcor PAAV Inc, was contracted to participate in this unique design-build project. All electrical, life-safety and telecommunication systems will be supplied, installed and commissioned well in advance of the Games and retrofitted for residential and commercial spaces afterwards. These systems include all feeders, branch wiring, interior and exterior lighting, fire alarm, security, data, voice, CCTV and CATV networks.

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pan am athletes village

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PROJECT: GTAA Administration Building

OWNER: Greater Toronto Airports Authority

APPROXIMATE VALUE: $2,200,000

DATE COMPLETED: January 1998

CONSULTANT / ENGINEER: NORR Limited Architects & Engineers, Toronto

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The GTAA’s 10,000 square meter Administration building and operations Control Centre underwent extensive refurbishment of the entire building. Architectural, mechanical, electrical, and life safety changes were completed to meet current standards and codes and the GTAA’s operations requirements. Exterior work included a new concrete entrance canopy, stairs, drop-off roadway, and landscaping.

Net Electric was responsible for the safe demolition of existing electrical systems in addition to the supply/installation of electrical feeders, distribution, lighting and life-safety systems. Low voltage systems and raceways were also part of our scope and integration with various trades was crucial. This project was completed on a fast track, four month schedule.

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GTTA administration building

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PROJECT: Cara Foods Flight Kitchens, Toronto

OWNER: Cara Operations Ltd.

APPROXIMATE VALUE: $4,400,000

DATE COMPLETED: February 2001

CONSULTANT / ENGINEER: HH Angus & Associates Limited, Toronto

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Cara Operations Limited is a Canadian company that provides catering services to airlines and operates several restaurant chains. This unique 27,900 square meter facility functions as Cara’s head office, research facility and flight kitchen. The flight kitchen processes in-flight airline catering to Cara’s domestic and international airline clients at Pearson International Airport. With Kenaidan Contracting as the constructor, this project was completed on a fast-track, 15-month schedule. A design-build job within the grounds of Lester B. Pearson International Airport, it presented many challenges which were met and overcome. Net Electric was responsible for all of the electrical systems and related commissioning. These included distribution and branch wiring, exterior and interior lighting, fire protection, lightning protection and various low-voltage systems

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CARA foods flight kitchen

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PROJECT: One King West, Toronto
OWNER: King West Developments

APPROXIMATE VALUE: $7,000,000

DATE COMPLETED: September 2006

CONSULTANT / ENGINEER: Raymond Kwok & Associates, Scarborough

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One King Street West is a slender condominium-hotel located in the heart of the Toronto financial district. Built on to the existing Dominion Bank building constructed in 1914, it now stands 51 stories tall and boasts features such as: parking levels, atrium, specialty theatre, pool, business centre, restaurants, and a rooftop fitness centre.
The project was comprised of four different components: The renovation of the 1914 Dominion Bank building, which was overhauled to create approximately 200 residential suites. A new private restaurant and business centre for residents. The former banking hall on the mezzanine level was refurbished in to a theatre/concert hall. And the addition of a new 50 story, 330 suite skyscraper formed on the west side of the original Dominion Bank building.
Net Electric worked closely with Ellis Don to ensure the timely installation of the buildings: power distribution system, lighting system, fire alarm system, high voltage system, generator system and electrical feeds to mechanical equipment.

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one king west
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