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Tillyard Management Inc. will provide all reasonable protection to properties under their management and in the event of any emergencies, will do all it can to ensure the safety and protection of human life.

“The safeguard of human life transcends the security of physical assets.”

COVID-19 Update: September, 2021

New Alberta restrictions are now in effect.

Tillyard kindly requests all tenants in the building follow the applicable mandates in place by the Alberta Government:

Effective September 4, masking and physical distancing are mandatory in all indoor public spaces and workplaces.  Physical distancing and masks are mandatory in ALL common areas throughout the building. 

Effective September 16, working from home is mandatory when physical presence is not required.

We will continue with increased cleaning throughout all high traffic and common areas of the building, especially high-touch/shared surfaces at building level, as well as continue our AEGIS application every six months. These include: Doorknobs, light switches, elevator buttons, etc.

For the foreseeable future, there will be a maximum of four (4) people allowed in an elevator at any given time.

There will be a maximum of two (2) people allowed in a washroom at any time.

Conference Room restrictions indicate that work and support group meetings are not social gatherings, therefore all bookings will be kept.  Attendance will be limited to 1/3 of fire code capacity (30 people) and public health measures and COVID protocols are to be followed as usual.

We understand tenants may wish to implement additional mandates. Please notify Tillyard Management and we will work with you to accommodate these additional measures.

If you have a positive case in your office, please notify Tillyard and we will assist tenants with arranging appropriate sanitization. Please note that we will no longer send out positive case notifications to the building.


A reminder, if you are feeling unwell, please stay home.

Fire and Emergency Update

In the event of a fire or emergency, please listen carefully for announcements.  

It is required that all floors specified in a first stage alarm MUST evacuate the building. Once an alarm has been sounded, fire wardens should prepare employees for evacuation. The remaining tenants must listen for further instructions. During a second stage alarm, the entire building must evacuate.

 It is the fire wardens’ responsibility to make sure all steps are taken to ensure the safety of their floor.

  1. Make certain mobility-impaired persons are with their designated buddy.
  2. Check and clear your office, storage areas and washrooms. Fire wardens are last to leave the premises.
  3. Direct employees to correct stairwell. EVEN floors use south stairwell (by men’s washroom), ODD floors use north stairwell (by women’s washroom). This helps ensure less congestion in the stair wells and quicker evacuation. CROSSOVER floors (3, 8, 14, 19, 24, 29 and 32) are ONLY to be used if the evacuation path is impeded.
  4. All fire wardens must check in with Tillyard Management at the security desk, confirming that your space is clear before proceeding to the muster point (McDougall School). Please do not congregate in the front lobby or front entrance as these doors need to be clear for Emergency Response Access.
  5. All tenants must wait for a verbal “ALL CLEAR” signal from Tillyard Management before returning to the building.

***Please respect COVID-19 protocols when re-entering the building***

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be hosting our annual fire wardens meeting, however, if you have any questions or concerns regarding the emergency procedures, please contact the Tillyard Office and we will be happy to further discuss.

We at Tillyard are committed to keeping you informed as we move through this unprecedented crisis so we will continue to provide you with information and updates from the federal and provincial governments.

We are grateful for your understanding and support as we do our best to navigate the uncertainty of this time, and we will do our best for you, in return.  Please continue to stay safe and healthy.

Tillyard Management Inc’s Novel Coronavirus (Covid 19) Pandemic Plan

As per Alberta Health Services recommendations, it is widely recognized that proper handwashing is the SINGLE MOST EFFECTIVE method at preventing the spread of illness.  The use of hand sanitizers appears to be a good alternative or supplement.

While this communication outlines our preparedness for operating our building we cannot stress enough that all tenants should have their own pandemic plans in place. At this point in time, it is recommended that you should work from home if you are able to do so.

Fire Wardens & Assistant Fire wardens

Fire Wardens and Assistant Fire Wardens are volunteers or designates responsible for coordinating the orderly evacuation of their floor/suite during a fire or other emergency or during practice drills.

Familiar with non-crossover floors.

Fire Evacuation

Evacuation Procedures after normal security hours

Mobility Impaired Personnel & “Buddy(s)”

Taking Action


Trapped in an Elevator

Unexpected Disruptions

Bomb Threat

Pandemic Planning

Unlike most disasters a pandemic will affect people as opposed to infrastructure. The impact on our building is that a range of services could be compromised, such as cleaning, security and equipment maintenance.

In the event of a pandemic impacting us at a local level, we will work closely with suppliers and service providers to ensure we are able to keep the building operating to the best of our ability. These are some planning considerations:

Advanced Weather Forecasting System

Items at risk
As part of the tendering process, RWDI AIR Inc. developed a set of wind speeds and corresponding construction items at risk of becoming windborne at those wind speeds. The wind speeds are expressed in terms of three second bursts of wind, not hourly averages. This list is illustrative of the typical materials that would be present on a construction site, and is not intended to be exhaustive.

Wind Speed (mph) Wind Speed (km/h) Items at Risk of Takeoff
4 – 7 6 – 12 Ball of Crumpled Paper; Piece of Paper; Tarp
4 – 12 13 – 20 Disposable Coffee Cup, Empty
13 – 18 21 – 30 2″ Polystyrene Rigid Insulation
19 – 25 31 – 40 R-12 Insulation, single sheet; 3/8″ Plywood Sheet; Steel Stud, 162SSP-25; Circular Ducting, 6″ diameter
26 – 31 41 – 50 Sheet Metal, Aluminum, 20 gauge; 1/2″ Plywood Sheet; Steel Stud, 600SSP-20; Plastic Pipe/Conduit, 1/2″ diameter
32 – 38 51 – 61 1/4″ Nut, Finished Hex; Swing stage, 5 m long, with netting; Hard hat, not on head; 4′ x 4′ x 4′ Wooden Garbage Container; 3/4″ Plywood Sheet; Rectangular Ducting, .1 by .2 m; Rectangular Ducting, .4 m by .8 m
39 – 46 62 – 74 Disposable Coffee Cup, 1/2 Full; R-12 Insulation, single package; 1/4″ Bolt, Hex, 1″ Length; Sheet Metal, Steel, 20 gauge; Drywall Sheet, 3/8″; Q Decking
47 – 55 75 – 89 1/2″ Nut, Finished Hex; Scaffolding, with netting, 36 ft high; Drywall Sheet, 5/8″, Fire Rated; Plastic Pipe/Conduit, 4″ diameter
56 – 64 90 – 103 Disposable Coffee Cup, Full; R-12 Insulation, pallet; Rebar, 10M
65 – 74 104 – 119 1″ Nut, Finished Hex 75+ 120+ 2″ Nut, Finished Hex; 1″ Bolt, Hex, 3″ Length

Data and Chart Provided by RWDI for the purpose of The City of Calgary Advanced Weather Forecasting System (AWFS)