The Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning
The Tett Centre is a City of Kingston-owned heritage building on the Lake Ontario waterfront. In September 2014, the Queen’s University officially opened a world class performing arts facility – Isabel Bader – part of the Tett Centre.
Built in the mid-19th Century, the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning was originally part of the Morton Brewery and Distillery Company. The building was also a military hospital in the 1920s.
Revive the building and keep its original form, a brewery and distillery.
a) Incorporating modern building envelope techniques into original rough stone wall construction
b) Integrating the curtain wall anchors in uneven floor slabs from the 19th
Working closely with the Architects, our Engineering team overcame the challenges by using 3D modelling techniques.
Product used: Alumicor Split Mullion Curtain Wall ThermaWall SM 2600.
For your project needs, please contact your sales representative.
January 13, 2021
As we continue to develop tools and methods to better enhance the partnership with architects, consultants and customers, we are happy to announce the improved accessibility of the CAD details on the Alumicor website. Online registration is no longer required to download CAD details for the Alumicor product offerings. The...Read More
January 4, 2021
Tubelite Inc. has named Brett Graham as vice president of sales. Reporting directly to company president Steve Green, Graham will focus on the talent development and growth of the Tubelite and Alumicor sales department. Graham will participate on the Tubelite Executive Leadership Team which leads the company’s initiatives to best...Read More
December 9, 2020
On Nov. 9, Alumicor completed its move to a new office building at 7000 Chemin de la Côte-de-Liesse, Suite 225, Saint-Laurent, Quebec H4T 1S4. Alumicor’s sales, estimating and customer service departments relocated from the previous Montreal location, while providing uninterrupted technical support and customer service. The new location offers more...Read More