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Launching officially in the fall 2011, the Weston Family Learning Centre was constructed and TC Floors was part of that experience in installing a micro-polished floor for their studio for hands-on learning for both parents and children. Comprising approximately 35,000 square feet of renovated and new space, the facility will increase the AGO’s ability to provide art education in dedicated spaces for instruction and workshops.
This new learning centre, according to the AGO site is “a gathering place for hands-on and online exploration of the creative process – will set a standard for museums around the world, with fully integrated technology that includes broadcast and videoconferencing capabilities, and meeting spaces for educational and private functions.”
In an area where quality flooring is critical to local commerce, TC Floors came to the rescue at the Parkway Mall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In June 2007, TC Floors Ltd. (a member of the ARDEX LevelMaster Elite Installer™ ) worked with Trow Associates to repair all the substrate and tile installation. Moisture levels measured in the range of 89 to 97 percent, which was way out of the acceptable range causing delamination of tiles and mortar bed in the floor.
The scope of the flooring renovation included the mall common areas and food court at the 40-year old facility. The flooring project at Toronto’s Parkway Mall took approximately 5 months to complete, and was done in stages since the facility remained open for business during the installation. A small 3-foot walkway was constructed in mall concourse areas to allow shoppers access to stores. A total of 45,000 square feet was remediated.
“Thanks to TC Floors, the quality of the flooring installation is dramatically improved, and absolutely more stable,” said Parkway Mall Property Manager John Fisher. “Before we began renovation, the tile was floating on the concrete bed, and only the grout was holding it in place. There was absolutely no bonding to the concrete floor, so we had a real problem on our hands.”
“The original condition of the old tile floor was unacceptable for pedestrian traffic” said Vince Squarciotta of TC Floors Ltd. “Mall owners had been trying to deal with a serious flooring problem for years, and were using planters, benches and trash receptacles to hide missing and damaged tile. A complete renovation was part of their strategy to compete with other malls in the area.”
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