Condrain’s distinction is the mix of cutting-edge technology and teams employed in each of the 7,000 project of its portfolio to date.
Having established a reputation for excellence, integrity and quality, we remain committed to continuous innovation. Various industries count on our extensive range of services and capabilities, as our collaborative efforts lead to shared success.
12,000 meters of infrastructure
In 2013 Condrain began working on the residential Queensville development located in the Town of East Gwillimbury. Over the past 8 years we completed over 1 million cubic meters of earthworks and installed 12,000 meters of sewers and roads. This is one of the Town’s major developments to date with a combined total of 1658 detached homes and townhomes.
The Langstaff Gateway
In partnership with Infrastructure Ontario, Condrain is currently in Phase 1 of The Langstaff Gateway.
Thorough planning and creative engineering solutions led to the placement of four significant storm pipes, each measuring 3000mm in diameter and spanning 160 meters, totaling 640 meters. Enhancing the engineering prowess is the installation of a tri-span measuring 9754mm x 3048mm as well as the integration of Stormcon’s stormwater management tanks. Langstaff Gateway is a monumental undertaking that will span 3 decades, a testament to meticulous planning and innovative engineering solutions.
64-acres in toronto.
In the fall of 2020, Condrain was awarded the earthworks, sewers and road works for Crosstown’s 64-acre site at the corner of Don Mills and Eglinton Avenue. Our field staff worked resolutely over the first months to overcome several challenges during the initial phase, including dealing with existing railway lines and vital gas mains, along with extensive traffic control.
Soon, our work will pave the way for 30 townhouse buildings, 300,000 sq. ft. of office space, restaurants and cafes, 5+ acres of parks and playgrounds, and a community centre complete with 2 hockey rinks, a basketball court, and a full gym.
4.5 kilometre marina wall
Condrain moved over 250,000 truckloads of earth in three years. The 4.5 kilometre wall set the boundaries for four seasons of adventure and waterfront activity, everything from sailing and boating to watersports. The earth moved was repurposed to build Friday Harbour Resort’s Nest, an 18-hole semi-private golf course designed by award-winning golf course architect, Doug Carrick.
Industrial, Commercial and Institutional
Earthworks at unprecedented speed. 1 million cubic metres in one year.
From tendering the site in 2018 to engineering the earthworks in 2020, Condrain worked closely with the TRCA to ensure every aspect of the work accounted for the environmental needs of the area’s wetlands, including installing storm sewers, watermains and StormCon’s state-of-the-art stormwater management system. Condrain’s fleet of equipment and experts were fully mobilized. Sheer performance excellence: it remains the fastest earthworks successfully completed in Walmart’s history.
Cooksville Stormwater Management Facility
For a community to live, learn and play
Condrain worked with the City of Mississauga and Resilient Consulting on Cooksville Stormwater Management Facilities-Sandalwood Park. In response to concerns of flooding, Condrain built North America’s largest arched underground stormwater management chamber, with a holding capacity of 15,000m3.
25 Million project
After successfully procuring the first, Condrain was awarded the second contract of the Vaughan Healthcare Centre Precinct. The project included the construction of new watermains, sanitary/storm sewers, sanitary pumping station, public road network and a signalized intersection on Jane Street. This 25 million dollar project was under extreme scrutiny by the City of Vaughan with a tight timetable to complete, to which Condrain responded with all its forces inside and out ensuring we achieved our milestone dates.