Draft-Tech, who consist of structural detailers and structural engineers, were looking to expand their current location to accommodate for growth. They engaged POI to assist in the planning of their space which would accommodate the integration of new employees.
Parkbridge relocated their head office location to Collingwood, Ontario. To support their consolidation strategy, they built a new 2 storey office building and merged 5 existing smaller locations into one.
Finastra, one of the largest fintech companies in the world, sought to merge multiple locations into their new flagship Canadian Headquarters. Having already engaged POI on their Toronto office, Finastra leveraged their global contract with Steelcase in their selection of POI as their partner of choice.
Conestoga College set out with a plan to construct an International Students’ Campus and chose Kitchener’s Market Square to do so. The College engaged POI as educational environment experts to provide both insights as well as curated, durable furnishing solutions. The Campus would be an exciting, edgy, and exhilarating environment that would stimulate student engagement, collaboration and learning in a non-traditional setting.
KingSett, a company that values both tradition and well-being, had outgrown their space in the TD Tower and needed to expand. Having recently acquired the Scotia Plaza, the opportunity to move there and take two full floors allowed for the design of a more functional, collaborative and engaging space for their employees.
POI worked with Di Maio Design Associates Architect Inc. to develop a unique, functional and collaborative area for U of W as part of a broader plan to create different neighbourhoods where students could meet, interact, hangout and present. The Collaboratory at Leddy Library was created as a destination space and meeting hub for students on campus. In designing the space, POI and the architect, with direction from U of W, decided to implement an indigenous theme and committed to making it a welcoming zone for all students.