Crews will be pouring concrete for Level 47 starting this coming week. 

Saturday Work

As all the work to move the outrigger platform was successfully completed last Saturday, there will only be normal preparation and general housekeeping work this Saturday, February 24.  

Current Construction  Status 

  • Concrete work is complete on Level 46.
  • The Curtain Wall installation is complete to Level 30. 
  • Window Wall installation is complete to Level 25. 
  • On Friday (today), February 23, Minto crews were tasked with sweeping and cleaning the sidewalk area, in particular under the hoarding on Church Street.

This week’s construction outlook, February 26 – March 1:

  • Continuing concrete pouring for the Level 47 slab floor will be the main work focus of the week.
  • Curtain Wall window installation continues on Level 31
  • Window Wall window installation continues on Level 26.
  • Corridor stud installation will be active on Level 24.
  • Interior suite stud installation will be active on Level 15.
  • Drywall work will be active on Level 10.

Looking Ahead:

  • Toronto Hydro will be  switching the Saint power supply to its permanent setup. The main power line is already on site, so Minto does not expect there to be work that will have an impact on the street (closures or interruptions). However, the plans and schedules are being managed by Toronto Hydro, so Minto will not be in charge of this work. Toronto Hydro provided an “end of April” deadline for this work to be completed. Once we have more information we will provide appropriate updates. 


March Construction Liaison Meeting

We have scheduled the next meeting for Thursday, March 28 at 3 pm.

Subsequent meetings will be held on these dates:

  • Apr 25, 2024 03:00 PM
  • May 23, 2024 03:00 PM
  • Jun 27, 2024 03:00 PM

A ZOOM Link for the meeting will be sent to those on our list prior to the meeting, during the week of March 25th.

If you have not been a regular attendee but are interested in attending please send us an email at for a link to the meeting.

Deliveries the week of February 26th to March 1st:

  • We expect up to three (3) Concrete deliveries this week.
  • We expect two (2) Steel (rebar) deliveries this week.
  • We expect one (1) or two (2) drywall deliveries this week.
  • We expect two (2) window deliveries this week.
  • There may also be one (1) carpentry delivery this week. 
  • There will be (3) Traffic Management staff and one (1) Paid Duty Police Officer will be on site to manage traffic flows this coming week.

Crane Light Update

A new timer has been installed on the crane light. It turns on at the start of construction hours and is set to turn off no later than 9 pm. 

If concrete finishing is necessary past 9 pm, crews will keep the crane light on in order to work safely. They will then turn it off once work has been completed.

Despite the cold snap expected this weekend, generally temperatures are expected to be at or above seasonal norms. So we do not expect very late evening concrete finishing to be required. As we have noted in the past posts, cold weather affects concrete work and therefore impacts the time required to ‘finish’ the concrete, which is the final and a critical part of all continuous concrete pours.

On very cold days we can expect later working hours, which may extend to 11 pm, midnight or possibly later. However, the forecast for the coming week does not suggest that this will be required, with the possible exception of Thursday, February 29th, based on the current Toronto forecast, which of course is subject to change.

Again, when there is late evening concrete finishing, the crane lights will stay on later to ensure the safety of the crews working on the top level of the building. To ensure the safety and feasibility of this critical work, the crane lights will stay on until the work is being completed, afterwards the crane lights will be turned off.