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MAXX North America Group Inc. has completed a range of commercial and residential contracts in both the public and private sector.

Check out some of our most recent work below.

Demolition of Municipal Offices- Newmarket

York Region contracted MAXX North America Group Inc to demolish the original buildings that hosted their municipal offices in order to make room for new affordable housing for the region. Originally erected in the 1950's, this building required extensive asbestos abatement and methodical dismantling in order to minimize the impact on the residential neighbours. Check out this article regarding the Towship's future plans for redevelopment.

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Fabric Salt Dome- Burnt River

The City of Kawartha lakes hired MAXX North America Group Inc. to demolish the existing salt storage structure in order to better service the growing population's needs in the region. Our team designed and installed a new fabric dome to increase storage capacity. This project included Foundation forming and pouring as well as structural installation. 

Demolition of Hillcrest Highschool- Belleville

This complex project for the City of Belleville involved extensive asbestos abatement, confined space work, demolition and site remediation of a decomissioned school and 3 residential houses. We worked with the Belleville Fire Department to use this building as a practice facility before final demolition. Check out the related news articles below!

Demolition and Creation of Park- Mississauga

MAXX North America Group inc. was fortunate to conduct both phases 2 & 3 of the creation of Cooksville Creek Park and the expansion of Hancock Park in  Mississauga. This project involved the abatement and demolition of 11 condemned residential homes located on a flood plane, followed by lot grading, landscaping and sod installation.

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