TORONTO, April 4, 2014 /CNW/ - Maystar General Contractors Inc. recently completed the Phase 2B construction of an impressive library renovation and expansion project for Kitchener Public Library that is targeted for Silver LEED certification. The $40 million project added 25,000 square feet of space and transformed Kitchener's old Main Library into a spacious new Central Library.
As part of the project, Maystar General Contractors also built a 412-space, three-level, underground parking garage and completely renovated and updated all three floors of the existing library with upgraded mechanical, electrical, and HVAC systems.
Library staff has begun occupying Phase 2B of the addition and are currently setting up all book shelving and furniture. The intention is to open to the public by the end of May 2014. For more information, visit www.kpl.org/central.
Maystar General Contractors are in different stages of the construction process for a number of high profile projects, including the Grand Genesis Condominium in Richmond Hill; the Roncesvalles Car House addition for the Toronto Transit Commission to accommodate their new Bombardier streetcars; a $6 million contract to upgrade the interim chest centre at the Toronto East General Hospital; two significant elementary school projects for the York Catholic District School Board; and the Pleasant Ridge Library in Vaughan.
About Maystar General Contractors Inc.:
Based in Vaughan, Ontario, Maystar General Contractors Inc. has been in the construction business for over 20 years and has completed more than 50 projects. The award-winning company provides a variety of professional building services for recreational, commercial, industrial, institutional and health care facilities. Maystar General Contractors has a well-earned reputation within the industry for completing major projects on time and on budget.
SOURCE: Maystar General Contractors
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Maystar General Contractors
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