At Amazon’s request, an existing 208,475-sq.ft. industrial building on Route de L’Aéroport in St-Hubert Québec was leased by Amazon, repurposed by Broccolini, and delivered to Amazon in October 2020.
After the successful development and construction by Broccolini of its million-square-foot fulfillment centre in Ottawa, Amazon turned once again to Broccolini for the development and construction of their latest fulfillment centre which will be located in Scarborough, Ontario.
HYZ-2 consisted of the construction of an Amazon Bulk Last Mile facility (AMXL). The AMXL program is new to the Canadian Market and is for bulky products such as sofas, televisions, etc.
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.
Based in the middle of the supply chain, Amazon Robotics Sortation Centers act as the great amalgamation between fulfillment centers and large distribution hubs.
Wholesaler/distributer of housewares, Anglo Canadian Mercantile mandated Broccolini with the design-build of its new head office located in the Pointe-Claire industrial park.
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.
Bariatrix is a leading manufacturer of weight-loss nutrition products. This 140,000 sq. ft. industrial building houses a production line, a warehouse space and offices. The building's design and construction were executed according to the standards of Agriculture Canada.
In 2002, Berlex Canada, the Canadian subsidiary of the German pharmaceutical company Schering AG, turned to Broccolini for the realization of the design and construction of its project.
An extension of BMW's Canadian Head Office, this training centre is a high-end facility with high-tech service bays adjacent to the training rooms and the BMW Academy. This high-quality facility features a green and environmentally-friendly designed structure.
Renovation project of CAE's offices located in Kanata, Ontario, including the addition of a laboratory. Broccolini was mandated with the fixed price renovation project of this 3 storey building.
Canadian Tire invested in a 1.5 M sq.ft. distribution centre on a plot of land of approximately 180 acres. The facility is able to process between 350 to 800 truck deliveries daily.