Turner Fleischer Architects Inc. was founded in 1974 focusing on residential infill revitalization which evolved into large scale residential developments. It has later expanded into substantial commercial and mixed-use projects with site planning and urban design as key components. Turner Fleischer has acquired the interior design firm deSignum Design which has enabled Turner Fleischer’s ability to offer design services into a full range of commercial and residential interiors. Turner Fleischer has approached the Centre for Construction and Engineering Technology at George Brown College to analyze and validate their BIM models for the accuracy of quantity take-off (cost estimation).
The objective of this project is to create a 3D model of, and perform artificial and natural daylight performance analysis on, the Net Zero Energy Dwelling (NetZED) suite at the Aqualina condominium, as well as create visualizations of the suite to showcase each system and how they work.
This project is to create a site plan for Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club’s (ABYC) structures, a 3D Revit model of the clubhouse, and a design plan for retrofitting the clubhouse for wheelchair access. ABYC, located in Toronto, Ontario, was founded in 1932, and has been known as a premier sailing club that facilitates both novice and experienced sailors.
George Brown College’s Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies (CCET) is assisting Crystal Fountains with BIM technology adoption. Crystal Fountains will identify a suite of existing products that have been developed in Solidworks and the George Brown College team will assist to convert the models into BIM families using Autodesk Revit.
John Angus and Associates (Angus) is a North York based engineering firm that has partnered with the Toronto Cricket, Skating, and Curling club (TCSC) to prepare a model for storm water management, water storage and redistribution to TCSC’s playing field.