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Kindergarten Classroom Addition - St. Michael's School

The Northwest Catholic District School Board retained H. Bradford Green Architect Inc. in the fall of 2010 to design an addition to their existing school to accommodate the conversion of two existing classrooms into new full day kindergarten classrooms conforming to the new provincial standards. The addition also included a common vestibule, with dedicated washrooms, providing direct access to the playground. Construction was scheduled to commence when the school year concluded in the spring of 2011 and the new kindergarten classrooms were to be ready for occupancy in time for the start of classes in the fall.

The scope of work for the project also included replacement of the existing deteriorated asphalt shingles with modified bitumen roofing on a substantial portion of the existing building and replacement of the existing electric convection heaters with a new gas-fired hydronic convection system and DDC control system.

Even with the aggressive schedule, the new addition & related renovations for the conversion of the classrooms were successfully completed and ready for occupancy on schedule for the commencement of classes in the fall. The new heating system was operational by early fall in time for the heating season.

Project Details:

  • Client: The Northwest Catholic District School Board
  • Project Size: 136 s.m. (addition)
  • Project Value: $1,480,000
  • Contractor: Ed Kaun & Son Ltd.
  • Completed: Fall 2011
  • Location: Fort Frances, ON

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