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Grenadier Gardens, a two-building condominium complex on Southport St. near High Park’s Grenadier Pond in Toronto. The two 15 and 17 storey towers are being 're-skinned' to add wall insulation and new windows.

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Left to right: Condo board member Doug Burn; University of Toronto professor Ted Kesik; GRG Building Consultants’ Brian Shedden.

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Burn, Kesik, Shedden with mockup suite behind them.

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Styrofoam going on east wall.

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West wall yet to be renewed.

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Grenadier Gardens’ concrete and balcony repair costs made it a perfect candidate for renewal.

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Detail of styrofoam panel showing drainage tracks.

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