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.
In 2004, Via Foods mandated Broccolini with the construction of its production plant in Laval. This project consisted of the construction of a major freezer component (-30 °C/-22 °F) in the warehouse for storing refrigerated goods. It also featured a refrigerated manufacturing area, laboratories, a 2-storey office area, and employee facilities complete with a gym. The project was delivered in 2005.
Cardinal Health Canada established its new headquarters in Dorval and Broccolini was mandated to carry out this design-build project. Located on Rue De l'Aviation, the construction is a building of nearly 300,000 sq.ft and meets the operational and distribution needs of Cardinal Health Canada.
Sanmina, a manufacturer of complex and innovative optical, electronic and mechanical products, had to move into new facilities in a very short time span. Broccolini submitted its proposal and, with the support of the City of Kanata, the project was executed in record time.
A veteran clothing designer for women, Frank Lyman shows no signs of slowing down. On the contrary, with over 40 years of experience in the business, in 2014 they inaugurated new facilities and wanted to bring their business to the next level.
Located in Kirkland, this single-tenant industrial building features a total surface area of 90,029 sq. ft.
XTL Transport Inc. started their operations in 1985 and the company has grown steadily since. In 2004, they turned to Broccolini for the construction of a new distribution centre in Dorval with a surface area of 100,000 sq.ft.
Sobeys Inc. is one of the two largest grocery chains in Canada with close to 27 distribution centres. In 2005, Broccolini oversaw the construction of a new refrigerated building for the food giant
A construction of a 50,000 sq.ft. built for Clarke Transport. This building comprised a loading dock with administrative facilities. The transshipment facility has a warehouse area of nearly 50,000 sq.ft., extending over 750 ft. The design of this industrial complex allows for the simultaneous docking of 120 trucks and allows for the storage of over 250 trailers.
In 2004, the firm ITW Muller mandated Broccolini with the design and construction of their new building in Kirkland.
This three-phase project was awarded to Broccolini in 2000 by Atlas Cold Storage. In its entirety, the project represented a total surface area of 175,000 sq.ft.
Sporting goods company Easton, whose head office is located in California, felt the need to position themselves in the Canadian market and opted for Kirkland for the establishment of their Canadian headquarters for their hockey division.