2021 in Review

'Tis the season for new beginnings! As we head into the new year, we wanted to look back at how SMT has evolved and grown in the past year.

SMT grew exponentially with the projects we've taken on, we got the chance to collaborate on the Vancouver Post, and it was a pleasure to contribute to the modernisation of this iconic heritage building. This was the original main regional processing facility for Canada Post, a historic landmark and important example of Vancouver's mid century architecture. It occupies a full city block, filled with retail and office space. In order to preserve the integrity of the building's historic features, as well as protect the newly renovated spaces, we installed our FutureCast automated monitoring system and used our DigiSCAN 360 to check the new roof for quality assurance. This project is still ongoing, and every time we are sent to do work it's always a pleasure seeing the progress (and the views are amazing too!). We will be posting a more in depth post on this project, so stay tuned!

Photo on top of The Post, curtesy of one of our field technicians

Another memorable project we worked on this year was New York City's Javits Centre. Also an iconic and historic building, Javits Centre remains one of the busiest event centers in the entire United States. It has held some important events, such as Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election watching party, and the New York Comic Con. Javits Center also transformed into a COVID-19 treatment center with a total of 1,095 patients during the height of the pandemic, and also acted as a vaccination center shortly after. It was crucial that this important landmar