There’s a reason why our commercial and industrial clients choose Crozier. They know they can count on us to bring deliverables in on schedule. The Crozier Way of providing engineering services dovetails with the demands of the IC market. As a commercial developer, tenant closing dates and store openings are critical; you need an engineer who is committed to meeting your deadlines and seeing to it that site servicing construction is on schedule and on budget. Any deviation can jeopardize agreements or create costly delays. At Crozier, we understand the need to maintain focus and commitment. We have built valuable relationships with architects and planners with shared values who service the IC marketplace. As project teams we work in close, effective collaboration to meet your project goals from site evaluation and layout of your new or upgraded facilities through detailed design to construction.
Our portfolio of Commercial/Industrial work includes:
TARGET CANADA (City of Cornwall & Town of Milton) – two 1.35 M square foot distribution centres. Preliminary site evaluations followed by detailed design of all outside services (water, sanitary, storm), utility coordination, site grading, stormwater management and construction review. Design approvals for both DC’s achieved within 5 months, meeting Target’s requirements for 2013 Canadian launch.
FEDEX CORPORATION (Town of Markham) – 80,000 square foot warehouse. Site engineering drawings and reports in support of site plan approval for this redevelopment project. A cost effective strategy was developed and implemented to replace an existing 60,000 square foot industrial building with a “state of the art” logistics warehouse. Services included construction review.
LONGO BROTHERS FRUIT MARKETS (Town of Milton) – 50,000 square foot “signature” store becomes final piece of the popular Maple Avenue commercial centre in Milton. Faced with tight grading and servicing constraints imposed by the built-out commercial park and the Ministry of Transportation drainage restrictions associated with the Hwy 401 corridor, Crozier & Associates worked with Longo’s development team to successfully create a comprehensive servicing and stormwater management strategy. The project was constructed in the spring of 2011 and opened for business in August 2011.