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HCM installs innovative design-build bypass shotcrete system

The first new-build condominium project in downtown Hamilton in 20 years, the City Square development will be comprised of three separate towers at the corner of Robinson Street and Park Street South. The third phase tower, at 17 stories, will be the tallest of the three in comparison to the 9 and 11 story towers

HCM Contractors Inc and RWH Engineering Inc Reach for the Sky From New Depths in Western Canada

Set to transform the skyline and become Calgary’s newest landmark, the TELUS Sky Tower is the next addition to the city’s downtown core. Located in the corner block of 7th Avenue SW and Centre Street, directly adjacent to The Bow, the 59-story tower will be the third tallest building in Calgary, Alberta. Download the full Foundation

  • SBE16 Toronto

RWH Engineering Inc. sponsors SBE16Toronto Green Building Festival

  RWH Engineering Inc, an HC Group company, is proud to sponsor the SBE16Toronto Green Building Festival this year! Join us in Toronto on Sept 19-20 to learn from leaders in industry, academia, and government: one and two-day delegate passes and tickets for the Green Building Networking Reception are available at (use code SBE16FRIEND

  • Large Diameter Micropiles

Large Diameter Micropiles

HCM was contracted to install 16 micropiles for the RCMP Vehicle Screening Facility at Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The 286mm (12 ¾”) diameter micropiles were designed to resist large blast loads using double permanent casing along with 75 mm diameter bars socketed up to 6.7 m (22’) into bedrock. Prior to installing production piles a

  • HCM Shotcrete Profile - Shotcrete Magazine

HCM Shotcrete Profile – Shotcrete Magazine

HCM Shotcrete (A Division of HC Matcon Inc) is the Corporate Member Profile of the the Summer 2015 Shotcrete Magazine The Shotcrete Magazine is the quarterly publication of American Shotcrete Association and the leading magazine of the shotcrete industry. It is designed to educate and promote the use of shotcrete as a method of placing concrete. View the

  • Ontario Builder Award

HCM Presented Ontario Builder Award

The Ontario Builder Award showcases the latest and greatest projects including ICI projects, waste water treatment plants, heavy civil, hotels, and recreational facilities. The Ontario General Contractors Association (OGCA) sponsors this award competition each year. HC Matcon was part of a team led by Kenaidan Contracting Ltd. that was presented the 2014 Ontario Builder Award

  • Foundation Drilling Magazine April 2015

HCM Contractors and RWH Engineering – A Model for Success / Foundation Drilling Magazine – April 2015

Foundation Drilling Magazine - April 2015 In the April 2015 edition of the Foundation Drilling magazine, Jason Weck, MESc, P.Eng, Vice-President, HC Matcon Inc. and Kailey DenBraber, EIT, RWH Engineering Inc. wrote about the challenges of the Herald Block excavation in downtown Calgary, Alberta. This is the first phase of the Brookfield Place Development

HCM Flexibility

HCM is currently working with M. Sullivan & Son Ltd. on a project to the London Generation Station in Peterborough Ontario. Due to the contaminated soils an innovative shoring design and task rescheduling was required. HCM took on increased project scope, completing the shoring and the grout curtain concurrently to minimize project schedule impacts. As

HCM Shotcrete Restoration Design Build T&M

HCM Shotcrete is currently completing reinforced concrete repairs for Compass Minerals at the Sifto Salt Goderich mine. Repairs are being completed on production critical surface level structures including the scale house and head frame. The scope of work includes concrete removals, steel preparation, pressure grouting, form and pour, shotcrete, work at heights, shoring, and CFRP/GFRP

Random Act of Kindness

Several of our HCM Group team members recently participated in our local community act of kindness day which included painting a homeless shelter, and volunteering at a food bank providing food to the homeless.  Additionally, the rest of our 150 staff members in the GTA were encouraged to contribute many other small acts of kindness