Toronto South Detention Centre

Toronto, Ontario

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Cornerstone Detention Products was awarded an $18.3 Million contract for the Toronto South Detention Centre. The TSDC was built to replace the Don Jail and the Mimico Detention Centre which were located on the site. The new detention centre is a direct supervision model of offender management.

The construction of this eight building complex consisted of structural steel with a precast shell. The mechanical features include a central processing plant, nine separate mechanical rooms, over 47 air handling units and an independent tear gas system.

CDP supplied and installed, detention hollow metal, detention hardware, detention glass, security ceilings and detention furniture.

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  • Project Statistics

    Start Date: July 2010
    Completion Date: September 2012
    Contract Amount: $18,325,644
    Project Type: Design/Build
    Number of Beds: 932
  • Owner

    Integrated Team Solutions Partnership
  • Architect

    Zeidler Partnership Architects