DOUGLAS WRIGHT ENGINEERING BUILDING

Size: 51,400 SF  AEC provided construction services for the renovation and addition to the University of Waterloo’s Douglas Wright Engineering (DWE) building. DWE has over 23,000 SF of civil engineering laboratories, ranging in use from microbiology labs to teaching classrooms, with waste water pilot scale testing facilities, soil remediation testing, and instrumentation labs containing a variety of equipment and researchers. Our construction team, providing Construction Management services, worked from drawings and plans designed by our…

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CHEMTURA LABORATORY RENOVATION

Size: 16,000 SF AEC Developments provided Construction Management services for the renovation of the existing 16,000 SF tenant space at Chemtura’s Guelph office. The project included a complete renovation, reorganization, and construction of the defined tenant space to incorporate the addition of three scientific laboratories with auxiliary spaces, a functional and efficient programmatic relationship between office spaces, labs, utility rooms, back-of-house storage, and testing infrastructure. The construction scope included the procurement and installation of specialized…

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BIOPRODUCTS DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

Size: 7,000 SF The Bioproducts Development and Discovery Centre is a facility where plant biologists, chemists, and engineers converge to investigate and commercialize biomaterials. Biological Feedstock will progressively replace fossil based raw materials to create eco-friendly manufacturing sectors to support industry. The BDDC is world leader in this technology and the project provides lab space where further products can be developed. This project represents the third phase of development to the existing Crop Sciences building…

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McNeil Consumer Healthcare – Project Maple

Size: 45,000 SF AEC Developments has enjoyed a strong professional relationship with McNeil Consumer Healthcare since 1982. We provided Construction Management services for this project. The occupied nature of the space required extensive coordination to ensure tthe expansion of the facility did not interfere with production of their product and their ability to uphold their GMP requirements. Each work area on the interior of the existing facility required planning and coordination with facility staff and…

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