Cricket Club – The 8,880 SF project is a plan-and-design contract that encloses an existing outdoor pool and features a retractable roof and sliding doors on both sides to provide an open-air feel in warmer weather. The project presented a number of interesting requirements, including the installation of an engineered fully coated aluminum structure.
The gable is a rounded, modern shape that enhances the traditional look of the medieval flat-roofed structure around it. The vaulted ceiling gently descends to transparent glass walls, creating an elegant space that enhances the image of one of Toronto’s most famous private clubs. Unit 75, Unit 97 has a 25m lap pool, all walkways have retractable polycarbonate roofs and 1” insulated glass. The roof has a rain sensor that closes the panel at the first sign of rain. The long roof panels are set back from the eaves, allowing the roof to open more than 50% above the peak of the curved roof. The walkway consists of several 10′-5″ stacked doors that all move into smaller stacked bays, leaving two walls completely open to the air.
The paintings also create an 8″ high, 70″ long glass-enclosed view overlooking the pool area. Built on the second floor of an adjacent building, this was an element of the design that required careful planning. In addition to the structure, Reinders was responsible for the relocation of the pool treatment equipment to the new basement, supply and installation of the hot tub, as well as soil, basement services, foundation, concrete work, adequate tiling, and sound insulation. Adjacent structures and mechanical, HVAC and electrical systems. Renovators showcase renovations around the pool and landscaping.
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Reinders has been awarded a design-bid contract to construct a 21,000 SF terminal building in the Waterloo International Airport area. The focal point of the new terminal is a dramatic public lounge area with 28-foot-high vaulted ceilings and excellent visibility.
Reinders designed and built a new Canadian headquarters for research, development and manufacturing. Built on a green lot, the 20,84 SF, single-story structure is two stories high and includes whitewashed masonry and curtain walls.
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Dufferin Cricket Club Celebrates Successful Kick Off
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sports Grill offers classics and new favorites in a relaxed, casual atmosphere.
Cheer on your team at the Athletic Club Stadium or catch up with friends after your own game. With two large screen televisions and a bar menu, members can relax and enjoy the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of the stadium.
Cricket Club’s family-friendly atmosphere continues with our family bistro. It’s the perfect place for busy families to connect between activities or grab a healthy meal on the go.
When the weather warms up, our pet is a garden in a busy city. Members can enjoy scenic views of our cricket grounds while enjoying our casual, all-day menu or our summer BBQ menu.
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Our dining room is a view of special dining venues. They can be a wine tasting exploring new territory, a prime rib Sunday, a chef or a cooking class with a special themed menu. Family and friends can also come together to celebrate the holidays at Cricket Club with our famous picnics and dinners. The 1/1 match features Squamish Cricket Club’s Kaushik Sridhar and West Vancouver Cricket Club’s wicketkeeper Richie Middleton. Sidhar hits the ball for a boundary. Kevin D’Souza
They are the first team of crickets to form the Sea to Sky Corridor, and they plan to be together for generations. The Squamish Cricket Club was formed last November and trains a dozen eager players from Brennan Park, whose founding manager has big dreams after a successful performance against the West Vancouver Cricket Club.
We scored first and bowled them out for 138. We batted next and our opening pair Rudy Botha and Kaushik Sidhar did really well. Between the two of them, they had over 100 runs, so they would have scored over 100 in the 139 we needed,” said one-day captain Torrian McCarthy.
We beat them by 6 runs. We fired all 11 players and they only fired five. I think they were a little overwhelmed by the quality of players in Squamish.
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Going into the show, the directors didn’t know what to expect. Many players were new to the game, some could not speak English, or had never experienced a challenge. Opposite West Vancouver Club, an 80-year-old institution, has a clubhouse and permanent venue that will keep them where they want to be for decades to come.
“A lot of our players have never played with real hard leather crickets, so it’s really exciting to get them out there and give our players some experience. Playing with a hard ball is at a higher level. It’s hard, but it’s a lot of fun and a lot goes into it.”
McCarthy was captain on the day and at one point invited his players to reflect on their place in history. Comparing them to West Vancouver, they were asked to imagine what their local club might look like 70 or 80 years in the future.
I told them, “This is our first game, and in 70 years, you can watch your grandchildren play for Squamish.” We kept the ball out of the game and signed all the players, it’s going to be in our Howe Sound Brewing Club, and we’re trying to make history so people look back and see it all. Names,” he said.
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According to directors, the club’s diversity is behind the recruitment efforts of local owner of Squamish Green Taxi, Channie Singh, an influential member of the South Asian community. They have players from countries like Sri Lanka, Bengal, India, England and Australia. Now they hope to attract more female players, preferably a female director, and more participants of all ages.
“Not just women, but people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Everyone is welcome. Some still think of cricket as part of European culture, where you drink beer and play macho, but that’s not the case anymore, says founding director Ben Cole.
They are seeing a lot of overlap with other sports, especially baseball, with players participating in both sports. They have 160 members on their Facebook group, including 71 members who have joined their team and 37 who have signed a waiver asking them to compete. Cole said they are now reaching out to local middle and high schools to hold training sessions at the school and recruit new players.
“We want this to be a multi-generational project, not just some guys in their 30s and 40s getting old, but we want it to have a long-term impact on the community.”
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