The Town of Caledon Parks and Recreation Department along with its partners the TORONTO 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games Organizing Committee (TO2015), The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and Equestrian Management Group are pleased to announce that a contractor team has been selected for the next phase of construction at the Caledon Equestrian Park.
Led by Caledon’s own Sierra Excavation, the next phase will see the construction of the Pavilion Building, Judges’ tower and septic system. Construction began January 27, 2014 with the demolition of the existing Pavilion. The new buildings are scheduled to be in use for the 2014 Horse Show season.
“This is obviously a hugely important project for the Town of Caledon,” said Mayor Marolyn Morrison, “and to be able to award it to a local team of such outstanding quality is a tremendous benefit for Caledon. I’m so proud that we have local people working to build this legacy project.”
“We’ve been looking forward to getting going on this next major milestone,” said Craig Collins, CEO of Equestrian Management Group. “The construction of the new grandstand will serve as a distinguishing landmark for this community and for equestrian sport.”
“When putting together my team, I wanted to ensure that we had a team that understood the agricultural style and nature of this project,” said Dominic Scrivo, President of Sierra Excavation, the General Contractor. “And I’m also proud of the fact that local trades are front and center.”
After a public call for proposals the team of Sierra Excavating Enterprises Inc., of Caledon and LD Cairns of Alliston/Cookstown was selected to construct the next Phase of the Caledon Equestrian Park project. Sierra is joined by LD Cairns Design/Build Inc. which is a family run business in the Alliston/Cookstown area. LD Cairns specializes in the construction of Agricultural and Equine Related buildings. The team is backed by local representation from Complete Mechanical (Caledon), Bolton Electric (Caledon) and concrete by James Dick (Caledon).
Click here to watch some of the demolition of the old pavilion at the Caledon Equestrian Park.