Amico Infrastructures was founded in 1987 as a general infrastructure contractor for clients throughout southern Ontario. Since then, it has grown to become a fully-fledged development and construction firm with a province-wide reach (as evidenced by its offices in Vaughan, Cambridge and Windsor). In addition to developing and constructing a diverse array of residential, commercial and civic structures, Amico has also been deeply involved in large-scale transportation infrastructure projects – most notably the Highway 401 Expansion Project and the Hurontario LRT in Mississauga.
Amico Infrastructures: Previous Projects
42 Mill Street Condos. Rising to a height of six storeys and including 78 residential units, the 42 Mill Street Condos sit in the heart of Georgetown – a fast-growing community in Halton Region that has become one of the Greater Toronto Area’s most popular bedroom communities. Residents can enjoy easy access to Downtown Toronto via either Highway 401 or GO Transit’s Kitchener rail line, which provides a one-seat ride to Union Station on weekdays. Building amenities include an outdoor terrace, a fitness centre, a pet wash station, a fitness centre, a yoga studio and a party room.