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Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)

Location: 100 Queens Quay East

LCBO’s new Head Office stands over six floors and invites you to experience an airy space where colour and light mix in with a stunning view

This full scope multi-floor construction project on six floors at the newly constructed 100 Queens Quay East, in Sugar Wharf, is the new Head Office for the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), and home to approximately 1,050 employees and a 9,000 square foot testing laboratory, in a new building. We were engaged early in the design process and worked with the base building construction team prior to building completion. Vestacon worked closely with Menkes, B+H Architects, CBRE and other stakeholders in ensuring that the strict move-in date was met. The size of the project, in combination with the ongoing pandemic, prompted Vestacon to complete a site-specific orientation video that was sent to all subtrades for viewing prior to starting their work in the building. The progression of the project was documented by the Vestacon Project Team via 360 software HoloBuilder, and links were frequently submitted to all stakeholders. The colourful, bright, and airy 175,000 square foot space is a design gem, with the spectacular view of Lake Ontario serving as a final, and incomparable, touch.

  • Client Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)
  • Size 175,000 sq. ft
  • Sector Retail
  • Designed By B+H Architects
  • Project Manager CBRE
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Being a new building, it was crucial that Vestacon collaborated and communicated with Menkes and Ellis-Don daily to ensure that we have the knowledge of all the new base building systems.

Project Features

  • Build-out of office for approximately 1,050 employees
  • Open office areas
  • Enclosed offices
  • Meeting rooms
  • Conference rooms
  • Lunchroom
  • Cafeteria
  • Staff kitchen
  • Reception area
  • Unique wall graphics inspired by LCBO products
  • 9,000 square foot testing laboratory equipped with an argon gas supply system
  • Hydrogen generator and deionized water system along with specialty mechanical exhaust systems