A Toronto Church Built in 1864 Is Recast to Complement an On-trend Merchandiser

Materials

Storage Room Shelving: PIPP Mobile Storage Systems Inc.
Cashwrap/Backwrap and Fixtures: Fleetwood
Millwork and Fixtures: Misko Inc.
Signage, Wall Standards: US Sign and Mill Corp.
Wheelchair Lift: Garaventa Lift
Anti-theft Equipment: Checkpoint Systems Inc.
Security System: Vector Security
Sound System: PlayNetwork
Reclaimed Wood: Urban Evolutions
Storefront and Fixtures: C. Chandler Co. Inc.
Custom Door Pulls and Custom Hardware: IronStudio

Retrofit Team

Client Designers and Planning: URBN Inc., Philadelphia
Senior Planning Manager: Jennifer Calliagas
Construction Manager: Tony Igneczi
Store Design Director: Robert Jamieson
Designers: Jenna Murphy, Leslie Mignin, May Narisaranukul

Architect of Record: NewStudio Architecture, White Bear Lake, Minn.
Principal in Charge: Sean M. Wagner, OAA, AIA, LEED AP
Project Lead: Adam Jarvi, AIA
Project Staff: Brita Hauser, Assoc. AIA; Maureen Smith Johnson, Assoc. AIA; and Marcy Conrad-Nutt, AIA
Survey Team: Adam Jarvi, AIA, Wale Falade, Assoc. AIA

Structural Engineer of Record: Advanced Structural Technologies, Edina, Minn.
Principal in Charge: David C. Buchanan, P.E., SE, P. Eng.

MEP Consultants: Hallberg Engineering Inc., White Bear Lake
Principal in Charge: Paul Fettinger, P.E., LEED AP
Project Staff: Michael Bleeker, P.E., and Dave Quigley, P.E.

MEP Engineer of Record: Cronnox Inc., Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Principal in Charge: Mark Peric, P. Eng.
Project Staff: Sandor Kosa

Code Consultant / Permit Expediter: Michelle Grant, OAA, SimonJames, Toronto

General Contractor: SAJO, Montreal
Project Manager: George Meckel, Director

About the Author

Melissa Martyr
Melissa Martyr is the director of operations at NewStudio Architecture, White Bear Lake, Minn.

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