La Salle Park Pavillion

This pavilion was originally built in 1917, destroyed by a fire in 1994 and historically reconstructed by T.R. Hinan in 1996. The foundation and portions of the existing columns remained. T.R. Hinan was required to duplicate the original construction. This involved piecing one of the existing concrete and plaster columns back together and building a fiberglass form to reproduce the irregular shape of the existing columns. The construction of this pavilion was masonry, wood frame and wood trusses, clay tile roof and stucco finish.

Star of the Sea Church

This project featured an addition and alteration to the existing church constructed in the early 1800ís. The addition had a deep basement which undermined the existing foundation and required underpinning. The foundation also had to be extended to the property line. The existing church also required levelling and installation of some new foundation work. The construction is poured concrete foundations, load bearing masonry, wood truss roof and stone veneer

Navy Hall, Fort George

This project involved the interior restoration of this local historical landmark by T.R. Hinan. The scope of the work included new mechanical systems, sprinklers, interior renovations and exterior work to make the building handicap accessible.

Mount Carmel, Spiritual Centre

T.R. Hinan has completed numerous projects within this historic building. All work was completed while the facility was in operation. The projects included renovations to the kitchen, new kitchen equipment and fume hoods, renovations to the dining hall, structural repairs, and alterations to the second and third floors in which an ensuite bathroom was added to all bedrooms. Demolition of the existing common washrooms and showers was necessary. There have also been other site work improvements and small renovations completed by T.R. Hinan at this site.

Butler’s Barracks

The building is constructed of timber, logs and brick infill. The scope of work included the removal and replacement of a cedar roof, exterior siding and windows to meet the historical requirements. Extensive interior renovations of the existing facility were completed to create new administrative offices, meeting spaces, support facilities and kitchen/washrooms. Sections of interior wall and ceilings were maintained and repaired with the new construction.