Mississauga

Meadowvale Community Centre

Client

The City of Mississauga

Budget

$30 Million

Size

82,000 sf.

Completed

September 2016

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

LEED

Multi-Use Recreation Facilities

Architect

Perkins+Will Canada

The redevelopment of the Meadowvale Community Centre expanded and improved the facility’s recreation programming and public accessibility, and replaced building systems that were at the end of their 30 year life cycle. The project program included the renovation of the existing 25 metre pool tank, and the addition of therapy pool, change rooms, a fitness centre, a library, a gymnasium and community rooms. The project is anticipated to receive LEED® Silver certification.

The project included the demolition of the existing 43,500 square foot community centre building with the exception of the main pool tank, the clearing of the existing site, the construction of a new stepped 2-storey community centre and library building, landscaping (hard and soft) and roadway improvements to the site.

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