Richmond Hill

Oak Ridges Community Centre

Client

The Town of Richmond Hill

Budget

$23 Million

Size

60,000 sf.

Completed

April 2012

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

LEED

Multi-Use Recreation Facilities

Architect

Perkins + Will Canada

The Oak Ridges Community Centre project featured a building and surrounding landscape design intended to maximize the potential of the site by connecting a series of pedestrian and vehicular interchanges while at the same time creating a combination of recreation and naturalized landscape encompassing the facility.

In total, the community centre has 57,000 square feet of floor space and houses a six-lane swimming pool along with a 1,200 square foot teaching and leisure pool, a gymnasium, a fitness centre, an eco centre and multi-purpose program room. This project has been LEED® Silver Certified.

The Oak Ridges Community Centre sits on a site that offers an uninterrupted green space that descends from Bayview Avenue to the Shoreline Road at the edge of Lake Wilcox.

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