Home Oil Tower, Calgary

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Home Oil Tower
Home-Dome-Towers-Szmurlo.jpg
The Home Oil Tower (left) with its twin the Dome Tower
General information
Type Office
Location Calgary
Canada
Coordinates 51°02′45″N 114°04′10″W / 51.04583°N 114.06944°W / 51.04583; -114.06944Coordinates: 51°02′45″N 114°04′10″W / 51.04583°N 114.06944°W / 51.04583; -114.06944
Completed 1977
Management 20 Vic Management Inc.
Height
Roof 137 m (449 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 34
Design and construction
Architect CPV Group Architects
Main contractor PCL Construction

Home Oil Tower is part of a high-rise skyscraper complex in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is located at 324 8 Avenue SW, on historic Stephen Avenue in downtown Calgary. The base of the structure, shared with its twin, the Dome Tower, consists of TD Square part of The Core Shopping Centre and the Devonian Gardens urban park.

The tower has a height of 137.1 m (450 ft) and holds 34 floors.[1] Designed by CPV Group Architects and Engineers Ltd in late modernist style,[2] it was built by PCL Construction and was completed in 1977. The building is managed by 20 Vic Management.

Major Tenant[edit]

Canadian Natural Resources Limited

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Emporis. "Home Oil Tower". Retrieved 2007-07-06. 
  2. ^ Skyscraper Page. "Home Oil Tower". Retrieved 2007-07-06.