Oakville

Queen Elizabeth Park and Community Centre

Client

The Town of Oakville

Budget

$22 Million

Size

145,000 sf.

Completed

December 2011

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Heritage and Churches

LEED

Multi-Use Recreation Facilities

Architect

Perkins + Will Canada

This project involved the renovation of an existing high school and community centre. The facility is comprised of an aquatic centre, two gymnasiums, change rooms, program rooms, an aerobics and active living room, a seniors centre, a youth centre and community arts spaces including but not limited to a black box theatre, a rehearsal hall, an arts studios, a pottery studio and music studios. This project is LEED® Silver Certified.

“Aquicon was responsive to the Town’s needs through the deficiency process and has come back to ensure that we are satisfied with the final project. I would recommend them for other capital projects.”

Susan Fanelli

The scope of work included exterior cladding, interior renovations, new mechanical and electrical systems, new roofing, limited asbestos abatement, new surrounding parking lots and landscaping, and redevelopment of the aquatics facility while the remainder of the facilities were in operation.

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