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Canem developed and installed a special remote controlled window shade control system for the west side of the HRIC – TRW (Teaching, Research and Wellness) building. It is all controlled through a central computer and daylight sensors on the roof.
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium (NAJA)
With the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium project, Canem was
challenged to maintain a fixed schedule, work at high elevations, and
work with existing hazardous building materials.
The installation and operation of a fire show (the famous fire-breathing dragon at West Edmonton Mall’s Famous Players Theatres) that occurs every 20 minutes was the first for Canada. Canem’s past experience with dealing with explosive environments and gases gave us the ability to overcome several obstacles.
Canem’s past involvement with the original Imax built in Edmonton went a long way to understanding the unique requirements of the first new Imax theatre to be built in Canada in 20 years.
The Famous Players Theatres project required that the sound from one theatre could not migrate to the theatre next door. This required building a totally isolated room inside another room.
Canem provided the electrical service for the entire length of the $330 million Anthony Henday Ring Road project, including:
Distribution points, galvanized poles, underground tech and fixtures
Overhead structural signage and message boards
Supply and installation of traffic signal bases, poles, indicating lights and traffic controller