This $425M award-winning restoration preserved the stunning heritage character of the 180 Wellington Building. The building, originally constructed in 1927 for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, now provides modern offices and meeting spaces for Members of Parliament. Read more
The Canadian War Museum is located in Ottawa’s Lebreton Flats just West of the downtown core.
This project was undertaken as a Design-Build project requiring design reviews, modifications and updates during the construction process.
Major renovations were undertaken at the CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa by Cadillac Fairview as part of a significant upgrade and expansion to the downtown retail mall. The total project, which also included a separate expansion by others, had a value of $360 million dollars with AAR carrying out the structural engineering changes related to the base building renovation. Read more
The Iqaluit Aquatic Centre is a premier example of a modern construction in northern Canada. With two pools, a waterslide, meeting rooms, and fitness facilities, the Aquatic Centre hosted over 26,000 visitors in its first year of operation. Read more
The James Michael Flaherty Building, located at 90 Elgin Street in downtown Ottawa, was constructed to suit a Government of Canada RFP for a Class “A” office space with retail space and underground parking. Read more
With a permanent roof and a refrigerated ice surface, this outdoor rink allows a long skating season in winter, and provides a great community space in summer. Read more
Happy Canada Day! Opened on July 1st, 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday, Canadian History Hall explores our past as the signature permanent installation of the Canadian Museum of History (formerly the Museum of Civilization).
The feature ramp, with structural design by Adjeleian Allen Rubeli, guides patrons through the main atrium. Read more
The North Toronto Collegiate Institute (NTCI) Redevelopment is a one of a kind development consisting of a replacement school facility which was integrated with a new residential development, the Republic Condominiums. Read more
The Shaw Centre, completed in 2011, was designed to replace the 30 year old Ottawa Congress Centre which was on the same site. The building is comprised of 4 levels of meeting rooms and convention halls of various sizes framed in structural steel. Read more