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Luke's Machinery Company Ltd.

Address:312 - 318 Notre Dame Avenue
Use:Machinery sales & repair
Original Use:Machinery sales & repair
Constructed:1976-1977 (312 Notre Dame Avenue)
1948, 1951-1952, 1960, 1967 (318 Notre Dame Avenue)
Architects:Unknown (312 Notre Dame Avenue)
P. C. Peterson (1948)
Lloyd Finch (1951)
H. W. Levin, City Lumber Co. (1952)
Engineers:R. M. Godse & Associates Ltd. (312 Notre Dame, Foundation and Superstructure)
Dominion Bridge Company
Cowin & Co. (318 Notre Dame Avenue)
Crosier & Greenberg (1960)
Anthes Steel Products (1967)
Contractors:Harkal Construction Co. (312 Notre Dame Avenue)
R. J. Dupuis Construction Co. Ltd. (310 Notre Dame Avenue)

Design Characteristics

  • 312 Notre Dame Avenue
  • Plan area: 4, 050 sq. ft. (376.24 sq. m); Gross floor area: 4,050 sq. ft. (376. 24 sq. m); One storey building with no basement, masonry with steel frame construction
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  • 318 Notre Dame Avenue
  • 1947: Plan area: 5,368 sq. ft. (498.69 sq. m); Gross floor area: 14,705 (1,366.09 sq. m)
  • 1951: Plan area: 5,280 sq. ft. (490.51 sq. m); Gross floor area: 10,560 sq. ft. (982.02 sq. m)
  • 1952: Plan area: 5,280 sq. ft. (490.51 sq. m); Gross floor area: 5,280 sq. ft. (490.51 sq. m)
  • All buildings are wood frame and masonry

Sources

  • "Luke's Machinery - A One-Stop Shop For Industrial Buyers," Western Construction and Building, 18, 9 (September 1966), pp. 12-16, 18.
  • "Manitoba Firm Offers Electrical Repair Service," Manitoba Industry and Commerce Bulletin, 6, 2 (February 1954), p. 6.
  • "Service to Industry - Luke's Machinery Ltd.," Winnipeg Industrial Topics, 32, 6 (December 1972), p. 8.
  • "Luke's Machinery Expands Across the West," Western Construction and Industry, 29, 1 (January 1977), pp. 34-36, 38, 40-42.