222 Mapleview Dr. W., Ste. 300, Barrie, Ontario L4N 9E7

Talus Mapleview Mini-Storage

Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Project Manager

Cassie Frengopoulos, P. Eng.

Technical Members

Jesse Longworth, P. Eng.

Josh Small, P.Eng.

Chris Petryna, P. Eng.

Edward Sanchez, P.Eng.

Ryan Cockerill

Mitchell Gualtieri

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Project Overview

Talus has been at the forefront of modern, multi-story self-storage development since 2003 when it introduced its pioneering building at 120 Wicksteed Avenue in Toronto. Over the years, Talus has constructed over a million square feet of self-storage facilities, spanning from Vancouver to Halifax. The company specializes in seeking out opportunities at prime AAA locations with high barriers to entry, resulting in the creation of high-performing self-storage buildings.

Collaborating with Cowden-Woods Design Build Limited and WPT Architecture, we served as the Structural, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineers of Record for a significant project comprising eight mini-storage buildings, totaling approximately 100,000 sq.ft. Additionally, prior to the start of construction, we assumed the role of Civil Engineers of Record. This allowed us to ensure the previous design was implemented correctly, working closely with Cowden-Woods and the City to successfully close out the Site Plan Agreement.Building A, one of the structures in the project, was an interior storage, high-bay, conventionally steel-framed building, equipped with essential safety features like a fire alarm system and temperature and humidity controls. On the other hand, Buildings B through H were drive-up, pre-engineered storage buildings, constructed on a reinforcing concrete slab foundation. Notably, Buildings B through H featured radiant in-floor heating, with a centralized boiler room situated within Building D.

Project Features

• Single Storey, Temperature and Humidity Controlled Storage Building

• Seven Exterior Access, Single Storey Mini-Storage Buildings

• Infloor Heating within the Exterior Access Mini-Storage Buildings