Collaborative Structures completes $1.4M Dundas Museum renovation


    Collaborative Structures Ltd. (CSL) and McCallum Sather Architects (MSA) worked to complete a renovation project at the Dundas Museum near Hamilton.

    The $1.4 million project, completed in the summer of 2013, has received positive reviews and has been warmly welcomed by the community.

    Collaborative Structures worked on the museum and the adjacent 138-year-old Pirie House, following McCallum Sather Architects’ designs.


    The home, acquired 40 years ago, has been integrated with the museum’s main building. The new design included three exterior parking spaces.

    This article was originally appeared in Ontario Construction Report – December 2013 Issue.


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