Lakeview Village – Perimeter Hoarding Case Study
The Greenloc team along with Argo Development Corporation and TACC Construction collaborated to install almost 1,200 linear feet of perimeter hoarding with the Greenloc panel system.
Lakeview Village – Prime Example of Perimeter Hoarding
The Greenloc team along with Argo Development Corporation and TACC Construction collaborated to install almost 1,200 linear feet of perimeter hoarding at various heights to keep level with the grade of the construction site. The new community will transform Mississauga’s waterfront by introducing a sustainable mixed-use development.
- To promote green building practices and fit with the clients’ sustainability goals.
- To blend seamlessly into the urban landscape by providing a platform for public art and marketing graphics on the perimeter hoarding.
1,200 linear feet of exterior hoarding
Argo Development Corporation and TACC Construction
800 Hydro Road, Mississauga ON
1,200 linear feet
To align with the clients’ sustainability goals, the Greenloc PVC panels will be checked for quality control before being stored and reused at a different project. This process maximizes the amount of reused and recycled content at the construction site, in addition to decreasing plywood waste.
New to North America, the curved hoarding technology allows the Greenloc panels to follow the natural curve of the landscape. The PVC panels are flexible and strong enough to create a variety of angles to create the “curved” effect without compromising the safety and quality of the hoarding. The Greenloc panels provide a smooth canvas for artists to create immersive paintings that told the story of the community. Vinyl graphics with marketing messages were applied directly to the surface of the panels, without the need for additional materials.