With over 6,000 facilities in 35 countries, Vortex Aquatic Structures is the leader in the aquatic games industry, designing aquatic playground equipment that is fun, safe and ever more innovative. In 2003, the company approached Broccolini for the construction management of its new headquarters and manufacturing facility in Pointe-Claire.
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.
Founded in 1918 by Arthur L. Parker, this Cleveland, Ohio-based company has been operating in Canada for over 40 years.
This post-secondary institution is located on the north side of Highway 401, in the center of the revitalized downtown Pickering, directly connected to the pedestrian bridge that spans across the 14 lanes of Highway 401. The building is shared by Durham College and Centennial College.
A rental opportunity in a vibrant sector! The West Island is developing rapidly and offers many advantages, including easy access to major expressways and proximity to Montreal's Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau International Airport.
The Montreal Impact's Professional Soccer Stadium is a soccer complex built on the grounds of Montreal's Olympic Park, between Pie-IX and Viau Boulevards. The complex is the headquarters and home stadium for the Impact, the team representing Montreal in the Major League Soccer (MLS).
Mel's Cité du Cinéma is located in Montreal's Technoparc and houses film production studios, workshop spaces, a warehouse, dressing rooms, and offices.
Expansion project for the Hagen Group of companies' warehouse located in the Ville-Saint-Laurent industrial park.
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.
Eglo Canada, a company in the decorative home lighting fixtures industry, opted to establish their 64,500 sq.ft. head office in the Baie-d'Urfé industrial park, thanks to its many advantages.
In 2005, Progel, later becoming Tergel, established its first gelatin manufacturing plant in Terrbonne, Quebec. This project began with the construction of a new building followed immediately by an expansion of the plant.