The office space shown was a complete renovation, including detailed ceilings to accommodate glazing and all other scopes of work, some with high-end finishes.
Due to roof water damage, the Mann’s Village square project required full exterior EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finished System) restoration of the building.
This “clean lab” conversion project was completed within an occupied building and involved total demolition and fit-up of the lab space.
Pearl Plaza, a Design Build Project, was the construction of a single storey commercial building on a “Brownfield Site”. The end result of this design saw the owner working out of his building while having separated the space to allow for two other tenants.
This full fit-up included architectural finishing (drywall, paint, floor tile) to the 4,000 square foot space and mechanical and electrical system upgrades.
The Rideau Cottage is a 150-year-old historic property that trusted Dolyn to restore existing heritage windows, repair masonry, and install new HVAC and sprinkler systems.
We entered into a design/build competition for Local 93’s Administrative/Union Hall/Training Center. We were chosen and built the new facility of which they are immensely proud, as are we.
After conducting several projects for this organization, Dolyn was tasked to construct numerous upgrades to the cooking school’s commercial kitchen.
This design-build custom project was originally designated for TES Ltd. Military Contracting. The 32,000 square foot build has since been converted into a multi-occupant building.
This new 30,000-square-foot office and industrial building was constructed using special foundation techniques for compromised soil conditions.
Located in a heritage overlay area of downtown Ottawa, this building is on a very tight site. The first of its kind in this area, this two-storey building is complete … Read more
Dolyn originally developed the building through a design-build process for a single tenant via a syndicated ownership group. The DMH building has recently been modified to accommodate multiple occupants.
This project’s main priority was building a breakfast room and gathering area for this heritage site. During the project, Dolyn also addressed several other renovations and repairs.
Due to a fire in 2008, Dolyn transformed Tommy and Lefebvre’s flagship store into a modernized and enlarged space just in time for its grand reopening 13 months later.
Built to TD’s exact standards, this LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified building was constructed to provide a healthy, efficient, and cost-saving green building to citizens.