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Pomerleau - Pomerleau sponsors an international design competition


Pomerleau sponsors an international design competition

International design competition Winter Stations, which brings engaging temporary public art installations to The Beaches, is back in Toronto for its third year, and Pomerleau is a proud sponsor of this year's edition.

Together with founders and organizers RAW Design; Ferris + Associates and Curio; Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon; the Toronto architecture, art, and design community, and fellow key sponsors, the Ontario Association of Architects and Great Gulf; Pomerleau joined in celebrating the eight winning Winter Stations at last night's Presentations Gala. The winning design teams presented their concepts, which be unveiled to the public this coming Monday, February 20 at noon.

Tim Fitzpatrick, VP - Construction, Pomerleau said:

“We at Pomerleau are thrilled to be sponsoring the Winter Stations. This initiative gives us a chance to play a supporting role in the community here in Toronto. Pomerleau is excited to be growing in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area). We are an innovation-driven company and one of the top 10 constructors in Canada. We are motivated to support great architecture, design, and art through engaging initiatives such as this."

Exhibited to celebrate Toronto's winter waterfront landscape, the Winter Stations will be open to the public from Monday, February 20 at noon until Monday, March 27. According to Winter Stations Design Jury Chair, Lisa Rochon,

"... visitors will be able to touch and feel their way along the beach, experiencing luminous shelter from the wind, warming waters for their feet, and designs that celebrate the Canadian nation of immigrants."