RCMP Administration Building

Client: Public Works and Procurement Canada

Location: 1 Shirley Boulevard, CRPTC Ottawa, ON

Year of construction: 2009

The Police Administration Building is an 1800 square metres single storey building and is the cornerstone of a campus intended to focus on law enforcement training at a national and international level. In addition to this programmatic requirement there was client intent to build with minimal environmental impact and to deliver various police training programs through amenities such as natural lighting and ventilation. The building achieved LEED Gold Certification.

As well as administration spaces for the training staff, the building contains classrooms separated by movable partitions, a large multipurpose space with exercise equipment, and an equipment storage warehouse. Among the various design challenges was the presence of an outdoor firing range opposite the administration building which is a periodic source of elevated noise levels and which needed to be considered through orientation and sound transmission considerations.

Client: Public Works and Procurement Canada

Location: 1 Shirley Boulevard, CRPTC Ottawa, ON

Year of construction: 2009

The Police Administration Building is an 1800 square metres single storey building and is the cornerstone of a campus intended to focus on law enforcement training at a national and international level. In addition to this programmatic requirement there was client intent to build with minimal environmental impact and to deliver various police training programs through amenities such as natural lighting and ventilation. The building achieved LEED Gold Certification.

As well as administration spaces for the training staff, the building contains classrooms separated by movable partitions, a large multipurpose space with exercise equipment, and an equipment storage warehouse. Among the various design challenges was the presence of an outdoor firing range opposite the administration building which is a periodic source of elevated noise levels and which needed to be considered through orientation and sound transmission considerations.

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