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Location: 55 Columbia Street East, Waterloo

TD's strategy for attracting top talent in one of the worlds leading technology hotbeds included providing an environment with amenities targeted to delight Millennial's 

The TD Tech Hub in Kitchener-Waterloo was built offering an open concept with an exposed ceiling, industrial-sized "Big Ass Fan",  polished concrete floors, sustainable and energy-efficient design, hackable settings with features such as garage doors to separate meeting/workrooms, large original art murals that elicit fantastical landscapes or cityscapes, and a connection to the local community with reclaimed wood integrated into The Diner. The space designed by Gensler, allows employees to bring their bikes to work and store them in “The Garage” located inside the premises. During construction, additional cost savings were achieved by making strategic high-value, low-impact scope revisions, many of which were identified by Vestacon

  • Client TD
  • Size 23,000
  • Sector Financial
  • Designed By Gensler
  • Project Manager BGIS
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Encourage selection of specialty finishes and light fixtures as early as possible to ensure project delivery on time.

Project Features

  • Value engineered finishes
  • Built to LEED certifications standards
  • Innovative design
  • Open concept
  • Open ceilings
  • Concrete floors
  • Reclaimed wood feature wall
  • Original artwork
  • Overhead garage doors to separate meeting spaces
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No contingency was required for this project, which is a testament to the team's due diligence on budget and scope.

ERE magazine