New Toronto Courthouse
Birnie electricians organizing and laying out in amongst the rebar on the new Toronto Courthouse before the concrete is poured. What a beautiful view!
This is why electricians go through many years of training so they can layout electrical, data communications, security, AV and life safety systems on a complex job like this.
We at Birnie Electric are so proud of our employees.
Industry Experts Discuss Products To Protect Your Employees Against COVID-19 In The Workplace
When: July 21st, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
– GUV lighting to inactivate a virus
– Meeting room disinfecting
– Air purification for your office, ion technology, raised floor system
– Office workspace redesign for social distancing
– Clean rooms, lockers
– Mask & temperature detection at reception
Kirk Hochrein – Client Relations Birnie Electric
Andrei Ianos – Reg. Sales Mgr. Cooper Lighting
Sean Mulvenna – Director Bus Dev. Unilux/Stratus MBS
Randy Jones – Carmichael Engineering Ltd
Ginelle Gomes – Senior Designer & Mgr. Britacan
Durham College Phase 4 Expansion
Birnie Electric Limited is working with Ball Construction and Durham College on the new Student Centre. The purpose for the new student centre is for training of skilled trades, innovation and education. This new building for Durham College is a design build project with all sub-trades in collaboration with Ball Construction working on its design. It is scheduled to open the summer 2021. Birnie Electric Limited is pleased to be working on another project with Ball Construction not only strengthening our relationship with them but also our portfolio of Institutional projects.
New Toronto Courthouse
Birnie Electric Limited is pleased to be a part of the electrical team working on the New Toronto Courthouse. This courthouse is being built by EllisDon in conjunction with infrastructure Ontario. Its 780,000 sq. ft. footprint will surely add to the landscape of iconic buildings in Toronto. The New Toronto Courthouse is scheduled to open in 2022 amalgamating a number of courts into one building. Birnie Electric Limited is proud to be on the EllisDon team and this building adds to the growing list of projects we have done together over the years.
Williams Parkway – Fire Campus
Birnie Electric Limited was chosen by Stuart Olson and the City of Brampton to build the 70,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose Fire Campus in Brampton Ontario. The Williams Parkway Fire Campus is expected to open in 2022. The state-of-the-art, centralized facility will be home to Brampton’s Fire Headquarters, Fire Prevention Division, a new Fire Station 203, an emergency operations centre, as well as a indoor/outdoor fire training facility. This is our first project with Stuart Olson, we hope it’s the beginning of a strong relationship with many projects in our future together.
Whitby Nordik Spa
Birnie Electric Limited is fortunate to be part of the team of companies building the Nordik – Whitby Spa. This is a IPD project (Integrated Project Design) and our IPD experience was recognized early on while designing this project. Chandos along with the architecture firm Group2 has designed a beautiful village of buildings that we are proud to be a part of. This Whitby Spa village of buildings include; pools, restaurants, saunas and relaxation rooms, it’s being built on the old Cullen Gardens lands in Whitby. It is scheduled to be open for your relaxation fall 2021. We are glad to be part of the Chandos team.
April 7th, 2017
To commemorate its golden anniversary, the Licensed Electrical Contractor hosted a gala last week and raised $20,400 for the Sick Kids Burn Program. Those in attendance included family members, past and present employees, partners, suppliers and the Mayor of Mississauga.
Birnie Electric was founded on April 1st, 1967. The organization evolved from a two-person operation working out of a small office, to one of the largest family owned electrical firms in Ontario.
Peter Birnie, who started the company, is proud of Birnie Electric’s legacy. “It’s been a long road from putting alarm bells into Mac’s Milk stores and then getting to the stage where we’re an integral part of building an LRT system in Toronto,” he says.
According to the organization, Birnie Electric’s year-after-year revenue and portfolio growth is testament to its commitment to service, excellence and innovation.
MISSISSAUGA, ON (October 7, 2014)
Birnie Electric Ltd., a Mississauga-based electrical contracting firm, announced today it has been awarded a $6.5-million contract for electrical work on Stage 1 of the Region of Waterloo’s new light-rail transit (LRT) system. The LRT, known as ION, will ultimately connect the three major urban centres of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo.
“We will be providing design-assist electrical services with AECOM along with installations for a new maintenance and repair facility and 19 LRT stations,” said Tim Birnie, President Birnie Electric. “Our continuing successes on high-profile projects such as the Pan-Am Athletes Village, combined with our commitment to workplace safety, were positives in this successful bid.”
Work will begin in early January 2015 with completion by the end of 2016. Stage 1 of the project will see light rail trains running on 19 kilometres of track from Conestoga Mall in Waterloo to Fairview Park Mall in Kitchener by 2017. Birnie Electric is working with Aecon, a member of GrandLinq, the consortium awarded the overall contract.
“We have worked with Aecon in the past, most recently on completion of the $20-million Darlington Maintenance and Computer Development Facility.”
Mr. Birnie said his firm is an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) contractor, and expects to hire 15 to 20 Kitchener-Waterloo electricians on the project.
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President, Birnie Electric