Joy,Happiness,Health, all these and many more are Landmark’s wishes for you this Thanksgiving weekend
How are you celebrating this year? Here's some suggestions on how Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving in the true-north-strong-and-free: Click here to read the various traditions.
Wishing you a wonderful holiday with your family and loved ones. Give thanks with a grateful heart.
Please note the Landmark by Crozier office will be closed on Monday, October 12th and will reopen on Tuesday, October 13th. We will respond to all messages as soon as possible upon our return.
Go green & keep you and your dog hydrated with MDF!
Wherever there’s a park, trail, school or sports complex, there’s a thirsty crowd. In order to hydrate, people typically have two options- leave to go buy more bottled water, or fill up at a public drinking source.
As demands increase for fresh drinking water stations in busy public places, Most Dependable Fountains (MDF) has stepped in with an innovative, environmentally-friendly solution to quenching thirst.
Developed in support of the going green movement to reduce the number of plastic bottles in landfills (53 billion gallons of bottled water are consumed annually), MDF developed a line of Bottle Fillers and Bottle Filling Stations that offer great tasting water at your fingertips.
Now Hiring: Two Sales Associates, Landmark by Crozier
Are you interested in a fulfilling career with an industry leader working with architects, engineers, landscape architects, property managers, and general contractors?
Am I a good fit? What you need:
This position is for someone who is self-motivated, with high energy, and who thrives on developing long-term business relationships. This role will report to the Manager of our Landmark Division and operate out of a home office as well as the Downtown Toronto office.
Crozier Enterprises Ltd. offers competitive compensation consisting of salary and commission.
Product knowledge and industry-specific sales training will be provided.
No need to set the alarm for early morning wake up Monday, since it's Labour Day! Enjoy your day off, and don’t forget to relax!
No matter where you find yourself this Labour Day, take some time to think about Canada’s labour pioneers. Read the full history on how Labour Day came to be in Canada here:
Please note: Landmark by Crozier will be closed on Monday, September 7th, 2015. We will respond to all messages as soon as possible upon our return.
Thomas Steele benches line the streets as part of revitalization project
Hailed as Hamilton’s “destination for inspiration” for its tasty dining options, unique fashion and fabulous finds, Ottawa Street has become a staple in the city; drawing both locals and tourists alike to its eclectic charm.
Historically a fabric district, the iconic street has grown radically over the years and is now home to more than 120 shops, including trendy restaurants and food trucks, farmer’s markets, antique shops, art galleries and more.
The influx of visitor foot traffic prompted a street-wide seating overhaul, led by the Ottawa Street Business Improvement Area (BIA). Landmark by Crozier supplied roughly 75 new Thomas Steele Volare benches for the revamp, which were installed along the street adjacent to local merchant shops.
Landmark by Crozier’s Ken Crozier, Iain Crozier and Brian Bekkers , along with Play! by Crozier’s Rob Walkowiak are heading to the greens this Friday, August 14th in support of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects’ (OALA) 13th Annual Golf Day at the Royal Ontario Golf Club in Milton, ON.
The team will not only be participating in a round of golf, but will also be sponsoring the men's ‘Closest to the Pin’ event. Proceeds from OALA events support the Universities of Toronto and Guelph Endowment Funds. Click here for more information on the OALA’s Golf Day. If you would like to schedule a time to chat with one of our team members, please Contact Us.
See you Friday at tee time!
Neenah Foundry's traditional bollards make a comeback
As communities strive to improve the look of their downtown core through new developments and revitalization projects, many are cycling back to traditional designs for inspiration.
Traditional bollards have made a huge resurgence across North America in recent years, with bollards reminiscent of the 1800’s being requested in landscape projects. In addition to wanting a cast iron bollard that’s durable and long-lasting, many people are requesting bollards that include traditional-style, with round finial embellishments.
Neenah Foundry’s New Family of Bollards Brochure highlights this “old is new” look of bollards. As seen in the brochure, Neenah offers 71 bollard configurations to choose from, including the popular interchangeable finials.
Whether you call it Civic Holiday, Provincial Day, August Holiday, Simcoe Day or no name at all, Landmark by Crozier hopes you enjoy your long weekend!
The Landmark by Crozier office will be closed on Monday, August 3rd, 2015 to celebrate this Civic Holiday. We will respond to all messages as soon as possible upon our return.
Want to get the most out of a long weekend? Follow these simple steps here.
Happy Civic Holiday!
New Humber River Hospital to receive custom planters, tables!
Toronto - The Humber River Hospital redevelopment project is nearing completion, which means Landmark by Crozier is one step closer to showcasing its products, found on outdoor terraces throughout the facility.
Landmark by Crozier, a division of Crozier Enterprises specializing in high-quality site furnishings and construction castings, is proud to be supplying the new, fully digital hospital (located near Keele Street and Wilson Avenue in Toronto) with 30 custom planters and six courtyard table and chair sets.
New website provides key information & news on Tactile Walking Surface Indicators
Toronto, June 18, 2015 - Addressing the needs of communities looking to make streets safer for those with visual impairments, Landmark by Crozier, a division of Crozier Enterprises and a Canadian supplier for construction castings and high quality site furnishings, today announced the launch of a new website focused on providing key information on Tactile Walking Surface Indicators (TWSI), which alert of upcoming street crossings.
Twsi.ca was designed to achieve several goals including content to better demonstrate the full spectrum of TWSI’s (sometimes referred to as Detectable Warning Plates) and the role they play in improving accessibility, along with updates on the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)’s new legislation coming in effect January 1st, 2016.