300 & 330 Main Street, Winnipeg MB
Winnipeg's downtown skyline is growing with the addition of a 40-storey skyscraper ( the tallest building in the city ) near Portage and Main. In comparison, the city's two best-known skyscrapers — the Richardson Building and 201 Portage — are both 34 floors tall.
Site work is well under way for the development of 330 Main, a new project in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba. The site is located above the Shops of Winnipeg Square retail concourse and Winnipeg Square Parkade, and adjacent to 360 Main, a 30 storey Class A office tower.
The $165-million tower will be located a block away from the iconic corner of Portage and Main, at 300 Main St. and Graham Avenue. The upper floors of the building will be residential with the lower portion set aside for retail and office space.
330 Main will be a state-of-the-art multi-tenant retail property, and is approximately 90% pre-leased pursuant to a 20-year lease with rental increases every five years.
Since 2005 the city has invested over 3 billion dollars into our downtown, sports & entertainment districts—living at 300 Main propels you into the heart of it all, offering access to dining and entertainment just literally outside your front door.
Penta Protective Coatings has 5 scopes of work in this project.
We are doing the Spray Foam in the atrium and also miscellaneous air sealing throughout the entire structure.
Epoxy flooring is going in various service areas in the building.
Intumescent Fireproof Paint is applied to various steel structures in the building including balcony supports and steel elements. An intumescent is a substance that swells as a result of heat exposure. Its used in buildings as a passive fire resistance measure. It can be applied to structural members as an aesthetically pleasing fireproofing product. Some intumescent products can expand to more than 100-times the original thickness.
Cementitious Fireproofing supports a new patio for Earls Restaurant. Fireproofing is passive fire protection product and it's used to prevent or delay the failure of steel and concrete structures exposed to fire. These materials are intended to insulate the structural members during the event of a fire, delaying any loss of the integrity of the structural member.