Drew Hauser speaking at #CanU11
Our Director, Drew Hauser, will be speaking about success in adaptive reuse projects with Steve Kulakowsky of Core Urban, Jason Casis of Equal Parts Hospitality, Rob Ziedler of Dabbert Group, moderated by Kalen Anderson for the Council of Canadian Urbanism’s CanU11 event at @Westinghouse HQ on November 7! Projects discussed during the panel include The read more…
Connolly
A new era for the Connolly is about to begin. The 150-year-old James Street Baptist Church façade in downtown Hamilton is being transformed, sensitively reimagined into a 30-storey condominium tower. mcCallumSather is leading the design and heritage consultation of this unique adaptive reuse project, which is being developed by Hue Developments and LCH Developments. The sophisticated read more…
Preserving James Street Baptist Church with our heritage team
Daily Commercial News spoke with Luke Wywrot, Managing Partner with Hue Developments, about preservation and heritage consultation on the James Street Baptist Church. C/O Daily Commercial News A signature downtown Hamilton, Ont. project, a proposed adaptive reuse integrating the iconic James Street Baptist Church with a new 30-storey condo tower, is back on with a read more…
The Cotton Factory
The Cotton Factory is an exciting example of an adaptive reuse project, a historic mill that has grown into a creative industries complex at the heart of Hamilton’s growing creative economy. We transformed the third floor into a co-working environment. Co-working is a new style of office environment quickly gaining popularity. These shared working environments are an read more…
Dundas Museum and Archives
“It’s not just about history. It’s about encouraging critical thinkers and responsible citizenship.” Dr. John Picone, Director of Education
Creative Connections
We were retained in 2011 by the Dundas Museum and Archives to address the condition of its buildings – the Pirie House, Doctor’s House and 1950’s museum building. The Challenge Constructed in three time periods, spanning 82 years, the existing building complex was made of a wide range of materials. The result was a variety of read more…