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The 20th Annual SpringFest Returns April 10th,2014!

Come visit us at booth #306 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, SouthBuilding. This exclusive one-day event features educational seminars and topexhibits for building owners, property managers, facility managers and othersresponsible for building maintenance and facility operations.

Laurentian Insulations 1982 Ltd.

June 15, 2011 - Flynn Canada Ltd. is pleased to announce that we have acquired the business of Laurentian Insulations 1982 Ltd. in Sudbury, Ontario. Laurentian has a long history in the glazing and metal products business in the Northern Ontario area. This combined with the fact that Flynn Canada Ltd. does not currently have a market presence in that region, makes Laurentian and Flynn a natural fit.

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Toronto Construction Association - Best of the Best Award for Outstanding Safety Performance 2010

March 11, 2011 - Toronto, ON - We are pleased to announce that Flynn Canada's Toronto branch was the very proud recipient of the Toronto Construction Association's prestigious "Best of the Best: Outstanding Safety Performance 2010 Award".

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Flynn Canada makes Strategic Investment in RESCo Energy’s Solar Business

November 24, 2010 - Toronto, Ontario – Flynn Canada announced today that they have concluded a strategic investment in RESCo Energy Inc., creating Canada’s first solar-focused Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) firm.

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Rethinking Roofing: the fifth facade

August 17, 2010 - SAB Mag - In the world of Industrial, Commercial and Institutional [ICI] construction, the vast majority of buildings have flat roofs that are often not in view. Yet they exist in the harshest of environments - baked under blazing sun, exposed to wind, rain and snow, walked upon by various trades with little concern for the integrity of the membrane.

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Building Toronto city hall green roof posed host of challenges

June 25, 2010 - Daily Commercial News - Construction crews building a living roof atop the second-storey podium at Nathan Phillips Square could be forgiven for thinking they were working inside a library. The $2.3 million living roof will stand as one of the city’s quietest projects — at least when politicians and administrative staff didn’t want to be disturbed.

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Hugh Garner Housing Co-operative will boast largest residential green roof in Canada

June 03, 2010 - Daily Commercial News - The eight-storey Hugh Garner Housing Co-operative, located in the heart of Toronto’s Cabbagetown, has officially opened the second phase of what will be the largest residential green roof project in Canada. The co-op celebrated the opening of its 8,000-square-foot south roof, a barrier-free garden open to the building’s 300 residents.

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Art Gallery of Ontario Makes Impact

April 20, 2010 - Canadian Wall & Ceiling Journal - The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), the tenth largest art gallery in North America, received 47 percent more gallery space and a complete redesign after eight years of planning and building. The $276 million project was finally finished in November 2008 and saw over sixty thousand visitors during its opening day.

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A New Home for the AGA

March 31, 2010 - Glass Canada - After 10 Years of Planning, and three years of construction, the Art Gallery of Alberta has a world-class building to call home.

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Shining Star

March 11, 2010 - Alberta Construction Magazine - From its aurora borealis inspired design to complex geometry, $86-million Art Gallery of Alberta offers a new frame of reference for construction and design.

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Simple outward appearance belies underlying complexity of Canada’s largest green roof

February 28, 2010 - SABMag - The Vancouver Convention Centre Expansion Project [VCCEP] which opened in April 2009 occupies a prominent site on the city’s Coal Harbour waterfront, with sweeping views west to Stanley Park and north and east to the Coast Mountains.

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