The demand for industrial real estate has never been greater. The Crozier team has worked on over 21.6 million square feet, and 2000 acres of industrial development in the Greater Golden Horseshoe and beyond.
We understand the urgency to get your project moving quickly, so we have developed faster speed-to-market strategies, created parallel process workplans instead of cascading work back scheduling, and have built an in-house, multi-disciplinary engineering team able to collaborate efficiently.
Crozier’s project managers and engineers work on due diligence, site plan approvals, detailed design through to construction completion for industrial development projects like fulfillment and distribution centres, warehouses, data centres, last-mile centres, and more across the GTA and Greater Golden Horseshoe.
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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.
PROLOGIS (Town of Halton Hills & Town of Milton) – two 1.1 M square foot warehouses. Provided civil servicing, stormwater management and site grading, together with traffic analysis, electrical and photometric design, which allowed for the opportunity to provide a full suite of engineering services in support of Site Plan approvals for both sites.
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.
HIGHWAY 400 DEVELOPMENT (Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury) – Provided civil and transportation engineering services for a mixed-use industrial and commercial subdivision. Involved an extensive Traffic Impact Study recommending site improvements, and the design of a stormwater management facility to provide servicing for future industrial developments within the subject lands.
HONDA OF CANADA (Town of Alliston) – Coordinate approximately one kilometer of the Industrial Parkway, an existing four lane arterial by-pass. Consisted of a new intersection design, modification of existing plant entrance, and the addition of new turning lanes to the roadway.