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MANITOBA CLIENTS

WINNIPEG LAW COURTS

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

Scope: Architectural Hardware
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This iconic project completed in 1985 was a $21 million dollar project measuring 145,000 square feet with 30,000 square feet underground. Building use for the project required connection to the existing Provincial Law Courts as well as detailed coordination of security measures including door monitoring and video surveillance. The building connects through an underground tunnel, for inmate movement to the Provincial Remand Centre. 

Architect: Hans Peter Langes and Associates
Builder: Dineen Construction

WINNIPEG REMAND CENTRE

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors & Frames

A new state of the art facility directly connected to the Law Courts building features pneumatically controlled locking devices by Airteq.

Architect: Number Ten Architectural Group
Builder: PCL Construction

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors & Frames

The mint is consciously designed to reflect its innate fortress quality, a high security building which must be and appear to be impenetrable. The walls are massive with very few apertures, all windows placed either very high or over water. These security considerations are tempered by accommodations made to the public’s interest in the facility.

Design Architect: E. Gaboury
Project Architect: Number Ten Architectural Group
Builder: UMA Engineering

RED RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

Unique development of a downtown campus in Winnipeg’s historical exchange district retained the facades of a 100 year old streetscape while creating a progressive environmentally friendly building. Red River College is a technical college featuring Computer Science and technology curriculums.

Architect: Corbett Cibinel
Builder: Akman Management

PEMBINA U OF M RESIDENCE

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors & Frames

The Salto access control system is a highlight of this project. Salto is an access control system that incorporates stand-alone door locks with real time on-line systems to cost effectively establish a user friendly, secure environment. The perimeter of the building is protected with on line locks and the individual suites have stand-alone locks that communicate via Smart Cards that both deliver and receive information to and from the wired system. Security, flexibility and cost savings are all part of the Salto package.

Builder: Bird Construction

MANITOBA HYDRO BLDG.

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

Built as the headquarters for Manitoba Hydro, the province’s utility provider, the 64,650-square-meter (695,887-square-foot) building features a variety of energy-efficient technologies, including a double facade to reduce heating loads by providing a buffer to extreme outdoor temperatures; a displacement ventilation system that supplies the office space with 100 percent fresh air; radiant slab heating and cooling; a solar chimney; and a geothermal heat pump system for ground heat exchange. AECOM provided mechanical, electrical and plumbing services for the project.

Architect: Smith Carter
Builder: PCL Construction

MUSEUM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

A national and international destination, The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened to the public in 2014 and is the first federal museum devoted to the topic of human rights.

Designed by architect Antoine Predock, the Museum building integrates form with purpose. The striking landmark stands as a symbol of the ongoing struggle to achieving human rights for all. This visionary building is a unifying symbol of concepts such as inclusion, freedom, equality and dignity – ideas that have inspired Canadians to strive for human rights. Its spiralling design takes visitors on an upward journey, progressing from ground to sky, darkness to light – intended as a metaphor for the struggle toward fully realized human rights for all.

Inspired by Canada’s majestic natural domain – grasslands, deeply rooted trees, towering mountains, northern lights, snow, icebergs, water and sky – Antoine Predock’s masterful design is evocative of numerous natural elements. Predock has described the building as “carved into the earth and dissolving into the sky.”

Architect: Smith Carter
Builder: PCL Construction

HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

Located on 32 acres of land in central Winnipeg, this facility is one of the largest teaching, research, and referral centers of its kind in Canada for the complex health issues requiring expert consultation and sophisticated research, investigation, and management. Health Sciences is an urban center serving people from many different cultural and language groups throughout Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario, and Nunavut. A new Women’s Hospital and an attached Canad Inns Hotel are currently under construction. Allmar has supplied the Canad Inns project, Critical Services Centre, and Psychiatric Health Centre, along with numerous smaller projects.

Architect: Smith Carter
Builder: PCL Construction

MANITOBA ICEPLEX

City: Winnipeg, MB.
Branch: Allmar Winnipeg

The True North Hockey Canada Iceplex is a 172,000 square foot multi-plex facility that includes such amenities as four North American regulation-sized ice pads, 20 player dressing rooms, along with a pro shop, concession and vending, and 30,000 square feet of lease space to be used for a restaurant, high performance training facilities and office space for True North Sports & Entertainment, Hockey Canada and Hockey Manitoba.

Architect: Ray Wan Architects
Builder: Nova Con Projects Ltd.