H. Bradford Green Architect Incorporated has been involved in a variety of projects since being established in 1983.

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Atlantic Avenue Wastewater Pollution Control Plant

In January 2000,The City of Thunder Bay engaged Reid Crowther and Partners Ltd. (Earth Tech), in association with Wardrop Engineering, for the design of the secondary upgrade to the Atlantic Avenue Water Pollution Control Plant.

H. Bradford Green Architect was engaged to provide architectural input, from massing to material selection, and building envelope considerations.

The process-driven nature of the facility governed much of the form of the complex, however an opportunity existed to make a feature out of the main gallery between the exterior tanks. A barrel vaulted roof in structural steel open web steel joists lit at the sides and end creates a light and airy roof that will allow daylight into the upper gallery.

Careful selection of material has been done in order to ensure long-term maintenance and operational savings. Fibre-reinforced aggregate panels are part of a durable, quickly installed exterior system that protects areas subject to direct physical contact. Metal panel systems, common to large scale industrial projects, are selected with considerations of the profile, base metal thickness and colour system as appropriate.

Project Details:

  • City Of Thunder Bay Wastewater Pollution Control Plant
  • Project Size: 35,000 sq ft.
  • Project Value: $54,000,000
  • Contractor: N.A.C.
  • Completed: February 2006
  • Location: Thunder Bay, ON

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