250,000 pounds of the Toronto City Hall was made in the Junction on Vine Ave.

 

250.000 Ibs. of stainless steel plus 50 years (in 1965) (1)of know-how, that’s what Canadian Rogers have put into Toronto’s new City Hall. Canadian Rogers million dollar plus contract for stainless steel curtaln walls, windows and entrances includes 250,000 Ibs. of highly finished stainless steel and some 94,000 sq. ft. of glass. Put to the severest of static and dynamic weather tests, the windows passed with
flying colours !  All the metal parts including windows, doors, entrances, brackets. louvres etc., were produced at Canadian Rogers, modern Toronto plant. (On Vine Ave., now occupied by Sweet Potato supermarket and Govan Brown construction managers)

CREL 250,000 lbs is 113.398 kilograms.

(1) Canadian Rogers Eastern Ltd remained in the Junction until 2012

Canadian Rogers eastern advertisement for their work in stainless steel on the Toronto City Hall
Canadian Rogers eastern advertisement for their work in stainless steel on the Toronto City Hall September 1965 advertisement.

 

CANADIAN ROGERS EASTERN LIMITED
Toronto Ontario 762-7211 108 Vine Avenue

CANADIAN LICENSEES OF GENERAL BRONZE CORPORATION & ELLISON BRONZE CO. INC

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