TORONTO, June 6, 2013 /CNW/ - Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited (Toronto Hydro) will host an Open House tomorrow to encourage members from the community to learn about the start of construction on the company's new downtown transformer station. This is the first station built in the downtown core by Toronto Hydro since 1955 and will provide electrical service to buildings and neighbourhoods in the central-southwest region of Toronto.
|Who:||Tom Odell and Shaun Pinard, Project Managers, Toronto Hydro|
|Carillion Canada and IBI Group, contractors supporting the construction and design|
|What:||An open house for the community, to introduce key project members who will be able to explain the significance of this project and provide detailed explanations around key project milestones.|
|When:|| Thursday, June 6, 2013
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
|Where:|| Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Room 205D
255 Front Street West
|Why:|| In downtown Toronto, there is an immediate need for additional capacity at Windsor Transformer Station (TS) in order to enable staged replacements of its end-of-life equipment. This new station, when complete, will provide this capacity, as well as additional capacity to serve new load in this high-density, high-growth area of Toronto.
SOURCE: Toronto Hydro Corporation
For further information:
Jennifer Link, Toronto Hydro-Electric System
W: 416-542- 2725
C: 647-449-2339 (onsite)
Emma Sharpe, Toronto Hydro-Electric System
C: 416-903-7823 (onsite)