Eastern Construction - Est. 1951

Exterior view of POA Building

Provincial Offences Administration (POA) Building Renovation

Exterior view of POA Building

Project Details

The City of Hamilton will modernize 50 Main Street East, a former municipal court, to provide appropriate long-term accommodations for the Provincial Offences Administration including 4 courtrooms, Ontario Municipal Board, and the City of Hamilton’s Legal Services & Risk Management Divisions. The scope of work includes:

  • Retrofit of the existing heating/cooling plant to utilize hot water, replacing steam.  The existing Ors, chiller, and cooling tower shall be upgraded utilizing designs developed by HH Angus.
  • Provision of a modern Emergency Power Unit consisting of a roof-mounted generator.
  • Renovation of the first and second floors to accommodate the Provincial Offences Administration including 4 courtrooms, Ontario Municipal Board, Administration Area, Hearing Room, and 4 courtrooms. Also provide offices for City of Hamilton’s Legal Services.
  • Demolition of floors three, four, and five to base building core and shell standards for future tenants.
  • Upgrades to subgrade receiving area including the installation of security systems and realignment of existing building infrastructure to provide barrier free access in the holding areas.

Project Location

Toronto, Ontario

Architect

Invizij Architects Inc. | H.H. Angus

Client

City of Hamilton

Value

$30,000,000