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Stantec Tower in ICE District, Edmonton / Alberta, Canada


ロケーション: Edmonton / Alberta, カナダ

  • Construction of the 66-storey Stantec Tower, as part of the complete redevelopment of the Edmonton ICE District
  • The tower's surroundings include the new Edmonton Oilers hockey stadium, a 115,000 m² multi-storey car park, a 4-star hotel and a building complex with condominiums
  • When completed, Stantec Tower A and E will be the tallest buildings in Edmonton and will be among the tallest in Western Canada


  • Construction of a 66-storey highrise building in a densely bult-up area within the city centre with highest safety requirements and limited crane availability
  • Achieving an economical solution with a fast construction cycle based on a consistent safety philosophy


PCL Construction Management Inc., Edmonton / Alberta, Canada
Newway Concrete Structures LTd., Edmonton / Alberta, Canada


  • Enormous crane time savings thanks to the use of automatic climbing formwork
  • Best possible safety even at great heights thanks to enclosure with RCS P climbing protection panel
  • Time-saving formwork assembly thanks to high system efficiency and consistent planning of formwork and scaffolding from a single source
  • Efficient overall concept by already taking into consideration the construction of the building core during the development of the self-climbing solution
  • Major cost-savings thanks to reduction of labour input and material consumption trough repeated use of the same tie points
Portrait of Randy Leavitt, Concrete Superintendent at Parkade
Randy Leavitt
Concrete Superintendent

The logistical planning from PERI was excellent. Material was never delivered late, meaning we could stick to our planned schedule of construction.


  • Integrated formwork, scaffolding and logistics solution, individually tailored to the schedule and technical requirements
  • Project-oriented implementation concept based on a combination of the self-climbing systems ACS Core 400 for forming the core of the building and the RCS P Climbing Protection Panel for maximum safety for workers and the environment
  • Large-scale forming of standard range slabs with wider SKYTABLE Slab Tables thanks to the flexibility of the SKYTABLE system
  • Realisation of 2.00 m thick ceiling slabs with a height difference of more than 7.00 m with the MULTIPROP Aluminium Girders with high load-bearing capacity
  • Coordination and control of formwork and scaffolding planning through to on-schedule material provision by a PERI project manager