Little Trinity Church
Dating from 1843, Little Trinity is one of the oldest surviving brick churches in Toronto. This polychrome Gothic Revival church was badly damaged by fire in 1961. At that time, the brickwork was cleaned by sandblasting removing its protective kiln face and leaving the bricks vulnerable to frost and water damage.
A listed heritage property, ERA undertook a program of repairs on the brick and stonework of the tower in 1991 and the firm has repaired and reconstructed wood windows, repointed brickwork and replaced the eavestroughs and repaired the eaves woodwork.