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Halwell Mutual breaks ground on new office

Breaking ground - Halwell Mutual Insurance Company broke ground at the Hanlon Creek Business Park in Guelph on April 27. On hand for the ceremony were, from left: Halwell claims manager Tom Seaman, board chair Annette Winter, Halwell president and CEO Marg Torrance, Guelph Mayor Cam Guthrie, Jason Martin from Robertson Simmons Architects and Peter Vander Klippe from Colliers Project Leaders.               photo by Bill Longshaw

Halwell Mutual breaks ground on new office

GUELPH - Halwell Mutual Insurance Company broke ground on its 14,500 square foot head office, located in phase one of the Hanlon Creek Business Park in Guelph.

This new construction will more than double the square footage of Halwell Mutual Insurance Company’s existing location at 812 Woolwich Street in order to accommodate the future growth of its workforce.

“We are very excited to be moving our headquarters into the Hanlon Creek Business Park. It has given us the opportunity to create a healthy, modern work space for our team, and flexibility to expand our operations,” said Marg Torrance, president and CEO of Halwell Mutual Insurance Company. “We love that there is environmentally protected areas around us, and walking trails right outside our door.”

Guelph mayor Cam Guthrie added, “Hallwell’s roots in our community go back 155 years, and we’re thrilled that they’ve decided to stay in Guelph and grow in Guelph.”

All partners and contractors for Halwell’s new head office have been sourced within the region, including design by Robertson Simmons Architects of Waterloo, and construction by Melloul-Blamey of Kitchener-Waterloo.

The build is expected to be complete by March 2017.

 

May 6, 2016

 
 

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