Renaissance Revival, 1885.
A PVC liner is inserted into a watermain between two manholes. Hot steam is then used to expand the liner to the width of pipe. The thermosetting resin in the liner is then cured by the steam and hardens. After cooling, the liner is now waterproof. This trenchless technology is used to stop leaks from imperfections or gaps in piping.
Looking west from Parliament Street. Several buildings are named for Canadian cities – the white building with shapely balconies is the Toronto and in the distance the right tower is the Hamilton.
ERA Architects conducted the heritage impact statement. In short the building is not heritage-listed, not in a Heritage Conservation District and its height is not out of character with coming development. Amexon Development and CORE Architects Inc are behind the proposal.