Broccolini has broken ground on the largest fulfillment centre for Amazon in Canada. Using the latest smart and automated technologies, and advanced robotic technology, the centre, to be completed in 2021, will have a capacity of handling over 100 000 packages daily.
IKEA is a Swedish multinational that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchens appliances and home decor accessories. The home furnishings retailer operates 13 locations across Canada. The Beauharnois distribution centre will supply the provinces of Quebec and Ontario.
This project for Amazon consists in the renovation of an existing one-storey industrial building to accommodate a 390,000-sq.ft. package sorting and shipping warehouse that will become part of the Amazon Logistics (AMZL) network of facilities.
Broccolini has been awarded the mandate for the construction of another fulfillment centre for Amazon in Ontario. After the successful development and construction by Broccolini of Amazon's 1 million-square-foot fulfillment centre in Ottawa, the American multinational turned once again to Broccolini for the development and construction of their latest fulfillment centre which will be located in Scarborough, Ontario.
A leader in Canadian real estate & construction, Broccolini has been chosen by Amazon to develop a built-to-suit fulfillment center in Ottawa, which confirms Broccolini's position as one of the most important developer-builders of industrial buildings across Canada.
Broccolini completed the construction of two state-of-the-art mid bay industrial buildings totalling 252,195 sq.ft. The convenient location, at the intersection of Highways 25 and 401 in Milton, offers great exposure and excellent access to transportation routes.
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This was Broccolini's second project for the Sunlife Financial Group. Recipient of LEED certification, this building is located in the industrial sector of one of Montreal's largest boroughs with proximity to major thoroughfares and the airport. The project consisted of building a turn-key, base building for multi-tenant warehousing in St-Laurent's industrial sector.
Since 1985, XTL Transport has been growing steadily within a very competitive industry. In 2004, they turned to Broccolini for the construction of a distribution center in Dorval, followed later by the construction of a head office and a garage in Vaudreuil, in 2007. Broccolini had the privilege to once again collaborate with XTL for this project, the construction of a new distribution center in the East-End of Montreal.
This industrial manufacturing and warehouse facility with associated office space was built for Cooper-Standard Automotive inc. Designed and built by Broccolini, the total building area is approximately 138,133 sq.ft. It includes 130,760 sq.ft. of service area, plant & warehouse facility and 7,373 sq.ft. of finished office space.
Broccolini built a 640,000-sq.ft. cross dock distribution centre in Gateway Business Park in Halton Hills. The building has great exposure and signage opportunities as it fronts directly onto Highway 401. The structure features over 100 dock gates and 4 drive-in doors. The state-of-the-art facility has 36-ft. clear heights, ESFR sprinklers and a high-performance concrete floor slab.
The new larger and improved Tenaquip headquarters will allow the company to continue to grow and offer more in-stock products and more effective service. Despite a number of construction challenges, including environmental issues and working winter conditions, the company was able to move into the new facility in May 2015.