Mississauga

Garry W. Morden Centre

Client

The City of Mississauga

Budget

$31 Million

Size

60,000 sf.

Completed

May 2012

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Judicial, Correctional, and Fire

LEED

Public and Government

Architect

Somfay Masri Architects Inc.

The Garry W. Morden Centre is a 60,000 square foot facility located in Mississauga on a 37 acre parcel of land. Awarded LEED® Silver certification, this project features a major complex of buildings on one site. The main facility is a teaching and training facility as well as a maintenance facility. The main building encompasses a major mechanical maintenance facility for Mississauga Fire, in addition to training offices, classrooms, a cafeteria, meeting rooms and seminar spaces. Parts of the complex are used as a DND armoury, IT training facilities, and a computer back-up facility for the City of Mississauga.

“Aquicon’s team completed this project in a professional and supportive manner, bringing their vast experience and knowledge to consistently meet the project’s budgetary and design objectives.”

Jayne Holmes, Manager, Facilities and Property Management, City of Mississauga

This project was designed with environmentally-friendly features that include radiant heating in the complex’s garage bays, an energy-efficient HVAC system, low-consumption showers and air quality monitoring stations.

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