Héroux-Devtek is a company specializing in the manufacturing and repair of aeronautical products. The company turned to Broccolini for the design and construction of an expansion to their existing facilities located in the Laval industrial park.
Since its founding in 1986, Michelangelo experienced growth that has seen the company become a leader in North America in the distribution of art and frames. In 2003, Michelangelo mandated Broccolini with the design and construction of its new headquarters and distribution center in Lachine.
D. Donnelly opted for Broccolini's expertise for the realization of its project – the design and construction of its new building located in Vaudreuil.
Early in the year 2000, ERB Transport had reached and surpassed the maximum capacity of their facilities in Dorval. The company therefore needed a larger facility in order to serve the territory of Quebec. With no possibility of expanding their original facility, the company finally opted for the construction of a new terminal in Vaudreuil.
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.
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.
Clothing manufacturer Warnaco relied on Broccolini's services for the relocation of its warehouse and distribution centre.
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.
American company, U.S. Merchants, whose head office is located in Beverly Hills, California, mandated Broccolini with the design and construction of facilities for their Canadian subsidiary in the industrial park in Saint-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec.
Trimag approached Broccolini with its plan to build new facilities for their offices and their manufacturing plant, for a combined surface area of 55,000 sq.ft., in Boisbriand.
In 2002, Henryka Bozanto mandated Broccolini with the design and construction of their new 100,000-sq.ft. facility.
Broccolini's mandate entailed the construction of a state-of-the-art facility to house offices, a warehouse, a distribution centre, research and development laboratories, and manufacturing facilities. This design-build project featured a creative exterior design which mimics a gentle wave effect.