Woodward Environmental Laboratory and Operations Control Centre
The City of Hamilton
Public and Government
Transit and Operations Centres
McCallum Sather Architect
This project involved the construction of a new water and wastewater testing facility for the City of Hamilton’s central sewage treatment plant, located in a mixed residential and industrial area. Permanent IPAC features were added between the facility’s laboratory test and administration space, and efficient floor heating and air-conditioning distribution is used in the office areas. This project is LEED® Silver Certified.
“The City of Hamilton is satisfied with Aquicon’s construction performance, and would recommend them to be considered for future LEED certified projects.”
Pierre Solda, Senior Project Manager, Plant Capital and Planning Section, City of Hamilton
The facility is arranged in an L shape and consists of four distinct laboratory components, with administration offices for plant operations, compliance and regulation divisions. From a centrally located main foyer, circulation corridors bisect the north and east wings of the building. The laboratory components are designed for modular interconnectability, and cabinetry can be rearranged from lab to lab.
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