Expo â€˜67 represented a diverse and eclectic display of advanced capacities in organization and design. RECL was the General Contractor for a variety of projects. One entailed the Israel Pavilion, a two-level building with cubist walls, a geometrically patterned roof, and a 250-seating auditorium, surrounded by a landscaped Biblical garden. Another project was Labyrinth, a most ambitious endeavour by the Nation Film Board of Canada. Construction was required to meet determined parameters full of intricate passageways and blind alleys. Physical innovations, such as the use of flooring as a viewing screen, was one of the many boundary elements required to be met with unique construction tailored to this venue. RECL provided the base construction for the Place des Nations (the center point for tourists) and for the Administration Pavilion (the nerve center for Expo). Activity Areas â€œAâ€ to â€œEâ€ were also constructed by RECL.
Architect: Rosen and Caruso & Vicsei Architects
Interior Designer: Rosen and Caruso & Vicsei Architects
Structural Engineer: Shector, Barbacki, Forte and Associates
Mechanical Engineer: Slone and Bernstein
Electrical Engineer: Leo Loebenberg