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Who we are ED

Buildings

Commercial

Industrial

Institutional

Infrastructure

Health Care & Long-Term Care

Education

Green Construction

Life Sciences

Aviation

Mission Critical / Data Centres

Special Projects

Services

Innovation

Lean Construction

Program Management

Virtual Design and Construction

About Matheson

Geographic Markets

Executive Leadership

Code of Conduct

Delivery Methods

Company History

Our Organization

Matheson Values

Our Commitment

Community Investment

Diversity and Inclusion

Ethics

Safety

Sustainability

Accessibility

Careers

Job Opportunities

Life at Matheson

Experienced Professionals

Students + New Grads

Career Contacts

Media

Press Releases

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Contact Us

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Doing Business with Matheson

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James Toyota Addition and Renovations

Project Details

Client: JIB Automotive
Location: Timmins, Ontario
Building Type: Commercial
Contract: Construction Management

This project involved extensive renovations to the existing James Toyota dealership. This was in order to upgrade the facility to meet new Toyota design guidelines and better accommodate it’s 35 employees to continue to provide excellent customer service. Construction featured selective demolition of existing office and showroom spaces to make way for construction of the new completely redesigned showroom featuring more light and indoor vehicle capacity.

The construction of the new addition was primarily cast in place foundations with a structural steel superstructure. It also included a tie-in of the existing structure that is mixed load-bearing masonry and wood framing. The exterior of the building is clad in aluminum curtainwall and aluminum composite metal panels.