A worker cuts wood at the Clare R. Copeland Transformer Station in Toronto.
Carillion Canada is general contractor for the new three-level underground station being built below the heritage machine shop building that will be preserved. The owner is Toronto Hydro-Electric Systems and when completed it will add 144mega volt amps of capacity. The architect and prime consultant is IBI Group. Subcontractors include: RONI (excavation); Four Winds Construction (site services); Drillco Foundation Co. Ltd. (caissons); Gilbert Steel (rebar); Limen (heritage restoration); Limen Structures (formwork); Darlington Steel Ltd. (misc. metals); Servocraft (mechanical); B.G. High Voltage (electrical); Troy Life & Fire Safety (sprinklers) and Aquanorth Contracting (waterproofing).