With over 20 years experience, Cion|Coulter offer a wide range of engineering services to building owners and property managers for commercial, industrial, institutional, and multi-unit residential buildings.
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NORR and Cion Coulter Corp (Cion), were retained by Defence Construction Canada to manage and produce Building Condition Assessment reports covering 18 buildings in the Greater Toronto Area. These
Cion Coulter Corp (Cion) was retained by the Board of Directors to prepare the Corporation’s first year Performance Audit and Class 1 Comprehensive Reserve Fund Study. The site consists
Air and water leaks, noise and excessive heat and cold plagued a high-rise condominium tower on Toronto’s waterfront. The building required fenestration renewal to remedy the multiple issues. Fenestration
In collaboration with NORR, Cion was retained to provide a feasibility study (preliminary design review) that described the constraints of the construction project and provided three different design solutions. NORR provided senior review of the associated structural, electrical and mechanical systems. One major challenge was the logistics of replacing 300 concrete panels from a subway station that is operational 21.5 hours per day and is situated within one meter from the north and southbound Allen Expressway.
Cion and NORR were retained by The Corporation of the Municipality of Oliver PaiPoonge to conduct a Building Condition Assessment (BCA). The municipality is situated west of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The BCA covered six Fire Stations and two Public Works Garages.
Cion Coulter was selected in 2018 in a competitive public tender to conduct building condition assessments for 68 facilities for the York Region Administration. These consisted of administrative offices, paramedic response stations, long term care facilities, roads operations and maintenance facilities, solid waste management facilities and mixed-use facilities. The facilities range in age from heritage to newly constructed. The four-year project is phased according to the needs of York Region.
Cion Coulter was retained in 2017 to conduct a detailed and intrusive investigation of the iconic Carnegie Library and Town Hall which were built in circa 1891. Both buildings are heritage designated and have been in continuous use as originally intended. Ongoing water damage and occupant comfort issues were the main drivers of the project.
Cion and NORR were retained by Ellen Fairclough building to complete the engineering intrusive investigation of brick masonry failure and window deterioration.
Cion Coulter was retained in 2018 to assess fenestration renewal completed by a previous consultant and contractor at the penthouse levels of the 222 The Esplanade building in Toronto, ON. The previous project by the previous Consultant had been drastically overbudget and the cause of a special assessment.