Tecumseh Office and Operations Centre

Enbridge Gas

Size: 45,000 SF | Value: $15 Million | Completion: 2015 | Location: Mooretown, ON

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Interior Design, Mechanical Engineering, Structural Engineering

The facility represents a key development for Enbridge Gas in the western Ontario region. The new $15 million dollar, 45,000 SF office and maintenance facility will support critical infrastructure for natural gas storage and distribution that supply the Toronto region. In 2016, the facility achieved LEED® Gold certification.

The facility accommodates a control room, technical services centre, administrative offices, maintenance shops, warehouse space, and support spaces. The facility provides an increased quality of space, with access to daylight and enhanced amenities for all staff and was designed to support the client’s goals of safety, security, control, redundancy, flexibility, and efficiency. 

The heart of the facility is the control room which operates a 24/7/365 critical infrastructure facility. The control room is supported by multiple redundant mechanical and electrical systems an underground storage tank for fire protection, and its own on-site sanitary treatment. The control room will be backed up by other off site redundant systems to ensure uninterrupted support for their critical services.

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