With three campuses spread across downtown Toronto, George Brown College has been a respected institution in both the city and the province since its inception in 1967. Today, the college serves nearly 80,000 students in over 170 different programs.
We’ve had a long-standing relationship with the college, having worked with them on a variety of projects over the years, we’re proud to have played a small role in the school’s overall growth. With a relationship that spans decades, it’s no wonder when key stakeholders from the college are in need of new athletic equipment or infrastructure are quick to place a call to our offices.
And for that, we are extremely thankful.
Last fall when the phone rang, our friends at the college were in search of some new indoor basketball systems to replace some outdated ceiling-suspended equipment that had been installed a number of years ago. As time went on, the systems proved to be increasingly difficult to operate and simply were no longer suiting the athletic programming at the college. As the basketball program continued to grow, it was time to make the call and get four new systems designed and installed.
We worked closely with the college to design the new cross-court systems and worked diligently to get them installed ahead of the holiday season.
"Thank you for following up on the recent work done on our side hoops.
We are very satisfied with the outcome of the installation. Everything is functioning correctly, and we are happy that our programming is running smoothly. No issues.
We also appreciate that we were able to get the side hoop upgrades done in a timely manner before the holiday season. I know this wasn’t easy, but we are thankful for all the hard work that you and your team put in to get this done for us."
- Preston Singh
Athletic Facilities Coordinator
George Brown College
Working inside the gymnasium at the College’s Casa Loma Campus, our installation team was on the top of their game when it came time to put it all together. Today, the gymnasium gleams with state-of-the-art ceiling-suspended basketball systems ready for a new season of play.