Government of Canada Edmonton Federal Building
This project consisted of a renovation to the historic Federal Building in Edmonton. The restored structure, vacant since 1989, is being used as a government office and meeting space. The Federal Building was designed in the 1930s in the art deco style and built in the 1950s.
A preliminary engineering study concluded the building was sound and renovation was both feasible and affordable. The province is targeting a LEED Gold rating, which it acheived January 2017, with features including a green roof, new energy efficient windows, and fully modern heating and cooling system. The project also includes a temporary gallery, permanent exhibition space and theatre, totaling 14,000 ft2 in area. The temporary gallery requires precise environmental controls including rigid temperature, humidity and acoustical criteria to prevent the degradation of government artifacts and to accommodate traveling exhibitions.
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