NEWS

April 30, 2019

Ribbon cutting ceremony

Dixon Hall Youth Center

 

On Wednesday, April 24th, Dixon Hall hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the start of construction at our new youth center.

“I am very proud that CAMBRIA can be associated with such a prestigious and important project” Cambria President said after congratulating Dixon Hall construction team. Spencer Lavis continued: “This a marque project for Regent Park, and an instrumental part of breaking the cycle of poverty in many youths lives”.

Read the detailed report on Dixon Hall Neighborhood website – click here.


March 19, 2019

Construction update

Dixon Hall Youth Center

 

Construction on the new youth center building has continued during winter by Cambria and goes on schedule.

Read the news on the Dixon Hall Neighborhood website – click here.


March 19, 2019

Welcoming Spring at Cambria

Persian New Year

 

Cambria Design Build is proud of its open and inclusive work environment, and its welcoming atmosphere for all employees and clients. We believe that our diversity and multiculturality is one of our company’s greatest assets, and it makes us a strong and modern organization. Here, we have celebrated various cultural events over the years, such as Nowruz (Persian New Year).

 


March 08, 2019

Cambria and International Women’s Day

League of Champions

 

Cambria Design Build Ltd. is pleased to participate in the “Women of the League” feature to celebrate International Women’s Day.

The Cambria women featured from left to right are: Minli Zhang – Accounts Payable Administrator, Sandra Mauti – Contracts Administrator, Taylor Avison – Project Coordinator, Kerry Ann Weller – Office Administrator, Rose Caprarella – Accounts Payable Administrator, Yasaman Hojati – Tender Contract and Closeout Administrator, and Jacqueline Templeton – Accounting Manager. And Cambria women not appearing in the photo are: Julie Bowes – Site Supervisor, Jackie Reid – Junior Project Manager, Helen Brunott – Project Coordinator. 
See the Leage of Champions post on their facebook page:

 


February 05, 2019

Another great achievement by Cambria: COR™

Certificate of Recognition

 

Cambria is excited to announce that they have joined the select few contractors in Ontario that hold the distinction of being COR™ Certified.

“I would like to congratulate all of you on your hard work and continued commitment to make Cambria’s Health and Safety program competitive,” Said Spencer Lavis, the president of Cambria and continued: “The success is a shared commitment by the entire company, and everyone should be proud of the outcome of this journey. I firmly believe this is the right direction to take the company, in order to distinguish Cambria as of the first choice for the buyers of our industry and service.”

The Certificate of Recognition (COR™) is nationally trademarked and endorsed by participating members of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA) of which the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA) is a member. It provides employers with an effective tool to assess their health and safety management system. For more information about COR™ click here.


Cambria achieved another H&S goal

WSIB – 2017 Safety Group Program

 

On November 28, 2018, Cambria Design Build successfully completed the 2017 Safety Group Program.

Safety Groups Program is designed to help you improve health and safety, protecting the employees and stop injuries from happening at workplace. For more information about this program please click here.


Conestoga thanks to Cambria for the first gift

Ansal George Memorial

 

Our students understand and appreciate how much their experience here is enhanced by gifts from donors.

Your organization’s generosity not only touches their lives every day, but also inspires them to work hard to achieve their dreams and make a difference in our community as you have done through your gift to Conestoga.

We welcome you to our family of donors and are truly grateful for your support.

 


Ansal George Memorial

Award at Conestoga College

 

Cambria announces the establishment of the “Ansal George Memorial” Award at Conestoga College.

We hope this can bring some closure to all, with the knowledge that Ansal’s Memory will have a permanent place in the Cambria and  Conestoga Community in perpetuity.

Click here to see the award details


Cambria Design Build awarded Dixon Hall Project

The Dixon Hall Youth Centre is a 10,000 square foot community centre that will offer a space for youth mentoring and learning opportunities. The Centre will be located at the corner of Wyatt and Nicholas Avenues, next to the new Regent Park Athletic Grounds.

Dixon Hall is a multi-service, United Way non-profit organization that serves vulnerable populations in Toronto’s downtown east. For more than 85 years, Dixon Hall has been serving the community by offering a diverse range of more than 60 programs and services, including homeless shelters, award-winning employment services, seniors programming, children and youth activities and a nationally renowned Music School.

Dixon Hall Youth Centre Information


Ontario Government recognizes Cambria Design Build’s commitment to health & safety

On September 29, 2017 the Honourable Kevin Flynn, Ontario Ministry of Labour presented Cambria Design Build Ltd. a certificate in recognition of the company’s commitment to health and a safety. It applauds the goal of Cambria Design Build Ltd’s goal to have every worker return home safely from work at the end of the day.


Cambria Design Build, 21 Eric T. Smith Way, Aurora, ONVentilated tile system slated for new Tilemaster facility

by ANGELA GISMONDI Jun 27, 2017

A commercial industrial facility underway for Tilemaster in Aurora, Ont. will feature a new ventilated tile system that will represent a North American first.

“It has a new system that is a ventilated tile system that comes from Italy. It’s going to be the first of its kind here in Canada and it’s being showcased on this building,” explained John Antunes, a director of design at Cambria Design Build, the general contractor on the project.

Complete Article on Daily Commercial News


Cambria Design Build receives League of Champions Construction Safety Award

Cambria Design Build receives League of Champions Construction Safety Award in May 2016. This award is presented to a construction company that achieves the following:

  • Enhance workplace safety culture
  • Encourage all levels of organization to achieve higher safety standards each year
  • Communication safety knowledge and safety innovation at all levels of the company
  • Lead by example in improving safety behaviour in the company
  • Help transfer safety experience and knowledge to the next generation of new works and
  • Suport the growth of the League of Champions

Distinguished Achievement in Health & Safety awarded to Cambria

Cambria Design Build Ltd, was presented with the Distinguished Achievement in Health and Safety Award in 2016 for achieving 121,175 accumulated hour for achieving a zero injury frequency. The award was presented by the Ontario General Contractors Association.

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