Toronto

Havergal Private School

Client

Havergal College

Budget

$17 Million

Size

18,000 sf.

Completed

September 1999

Delivery Model

Construction Management

Sector

Elementary and Secondary Schools

Heritage and Churches

Architect

Moriyama & Teshima Architects Inc.

Havergal College, originally built in 1894, is an independent boarding and day school for girls from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 in Toronto, Ontario. The facilities include an Upper School, an athletic centre with a pool and fitness centre, music studios, a theatre, computer labs and a Junior School. The expansion of Havergal’s Senior School included both new construction and renovation to enhance the original building.

Program elements in the addition included (but was not limited to) a theatre/multi-purpose hall, a separate band room and and drama studio, a dining hall that can be subdivided into two smaller halls, a full kitchen and servery, and a commons that functions as the heart of the school. Throughout construction, both students and staff occupied the existing facility and operations of the school went uninterrupted.

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