It’s projects like this that continue to warm our hearts! Congrats to the team from this amazing facility.
We were thrilled to be part of the ground breaking for the Centre for Partnership and Innovation at the Mohawk Campus on Friday, Sept. 30. The region’s first Net Zero institution, the 120,000 square feet of labs and classrooms represents a record setting investment by the Federal government in … read more
Working under the oversight of Infrastructure Ontario and for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, mcCallumSather and Kasian partnered to create an innovative, forward-thinking facility designed to improve the efficiency to traffic management services in Toronto and surrounding municipalities. … read more
We are thrilled to announce the addition of Grant Taylor to the mcCallumSather team. A Contract Administrator, Grant joins us at an exciting time as we embark on multiple education and institutional projects where his years of experience will support the level of client service excellence that … read more
We are pleased to welcome William Neal, while also congratulating him on officially obtaining his PMP Designation on Dec. 8.
William, B.Arch (Hons.), Dip.ArchTech, OAA, MRAIC, PMP, LEED Green Assoc., has over six years of working architectural experience, a hands-on construction background and … read more
“Who hasn’t felt the urge to sing in the shower, to chime in on the chorus of their favourite tune or belt out an anthem at a sporting event? Melodies ring out at every important human activity — from romancing mates to soothing babies, from worshipping to mourning, celebrating to … read more
Last night, The Hamilton Burlington Society of Architects recognized the local architecture community with the bi-annual Awards of Excellence. mcCallumSather is honoured to announce it won five awards, including two Awards of Excellence, one each for its architectural and mechanical … read more
Canadian Geographic features an article on The Cotton Factory.
“The metal treads in the stairwells of the former fabric mill in Hamilton, Ontario’s industrial north end still bear the stamp of the Imperial Cotton Company. The year they were fabricated, 1900, Hamilton, Ontario was on the brink … read more
KITCHENER: Before the grand home at 621 King Street West was the Ratz Bechtel funeral home, it was the stately private residence of one of Kitchener’s leading industrialists. Today, Kitchener City Council approved a recommendation by the Heritage Committee to accept a proposal by Zehr Group that … read more
We are currently looking for an Intermediate Mechanical Engineer.
The Intermediate Mechanical Designer plays an important role in the design team. Our ideal candidate is a team player with the ability to receive and execute instructions from the Senior Engineer or Project Manager with minimal … read more