In the construction industry renovation is the process of improving a broken, damaged, or outdated commercial or residential structure. The renovation process can usually be broken down into several processes:
Although the renovation process requires the same trades as building a new structure, the processes are quite specific. Flexibility is often required from renovation companies to respond to unexpected issues that arise. Assyrian Star Construction is prepared to tackle the unknown. Our staff of highly trained and qualified tradespeople know how to reinforce foundations, repair a structure’s structural integrity, upgrade electrical wiring to meet Ontario Building Code regulations and make the structure a comfortable and safe environment for everyone.
We do COMPLETE RENOVATIONS including foundation and structural security to painting and laying down flooring and finishing work. We specialize in kitchens, bathrooms, all aspects of flooring, woodworking, painting, electrical, plumbing, decks, roofing, landscaping, heating, and flat and pitched roof.
ASSYRIAN STAR CONSTRUCTION INC. has worked for various corporations throughout Southern Ontario throughout the years. These organizations include city halls, city projects, law firms, pharmacies, cultural Centre's, restaurants, hospitals, small and large corporations. The jobs included everything from creating more space by removing walls to creating offices in limited space. Our staff takes directions from such experts as architects, engineers, project managers and interior designers. Together, we are able to make the client’s dream a beautiful and functional working reality
City of Hamilton 2007 Award of Excellence for Heritage Conservation
The MacNab Terrace Guest House was honoured for best heritage conservation in the 2007 Hamilton Urban Design and Architect Awards. This project involved the facade restoration and renovation of the two centre units of the six unit MacNab Terrace, a heritage property constructed in 1879 by local architect, James Balfour. When purchased by the current owners in 1988, the three storey units operated as a licensed rooming house. Through a series of restoration projects and a rear addition the owners have transformed the house into a successful guest house and their private residence. The Competition Jury declared this "a sensitive use and well executed restoration that represents a large investment and commitment. Its success serves as an example of the potential of heritage buildings across the city."
As project architect John Mokrycke stated in an interview with theHamilton Spectator: "A large measure of the Terrace's local impact is the feelings passersby have seeing the property come awake and blossom. People smile and feel comfortable."
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