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At the intersection of Vaughan Harvey Blvd. and Main Street in Moncton stand two city landmarks, the Terminal Buildings, built in 1962 as the main offices for CN Rail. Lindsay’s NB team updated and upgraded the main tower including reconstruction of the 150,000 sq. ft. building facade, interiors, and mechanical / electrical.

This 44,000 sq. ft., single-storey, Tilt-Up project for Sobeys possesses an open interior shopping area with mezzanines to house offices, staff lunch room, and a community room for public use.

Brick veneer details highlight the building entrance and complement the finished Tilt-Up panel design.

“Using Tilt-Up was a cost-effective decision,” comments Perry Kossatz, Sobeys Construction Manager. “The overall outcome was an appealing store that was on time and on budget. The Penhorn Sobeys project, with the Lindsay Team, was very successful in achieving the goals for both the Builder and the Owner.”

Tempo Food + Drink is a contemporary, casual, comfortable, and bright eatery – the result of an ambitious expansion that runs an entire city block in downtown Halifax.

Ceiling high windows, large vinyl wraps, a metal grate ceiling revealing electrical work painted matt black, and transparent epoxy flooring lend to the cutting-edge decor. Tempo also features the same AWMAC award-winning millwork used for the Delta Halifax creation of Harbour City Bar and Grill, also by Lindsay Construction.

Lindsay has mastered the process of accommodating staff, guests, traffic flow, and heighboring retailers while meeting deadlines and budget.

The Agricola Street Brasserie combines neighbourhood charm with New York City chic, serving up locally sourced French inspired dishes.

The exposed brick, joists, and duct work convey an urban/rustic feel, while soft lighting and warm wood finishes make the space exceptionally cozy and welcoming.

With 20 ft. ceilings at the maximum height and seating for just over 100, the space still feels intimate thanks to interiors by Design 360.