Size: 165,000 | Value: $47.4 million | Completion: November 2018 | Location: Waterloo, ON
Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Structural Engineering
In association with Moriyama & Teshima Architects, WalterFedy provided mechanical, electrical, structural, and civil engineering services for Conestoga College’s expansion of their Waterloo Campus. Part of this project’s funding was through the federal government’s Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (SIF). The project was delivered through a fast-track process completed over three phases. WalterFedy’s engineering team was awarded this project in September 2016, with tender occurring mid-February 2017. Phase 1 of this project included early works on the site and began in November 2016 with completion in March 2017. Phase 2 was a thirteen-month construction period beginning in April 2017 and completed in May 2018, and Phase 3 began in May 2018 and was completed in November 2018.
The project includes a new Institute for Culinary and Hospitality Management that trains students in these fields and promotes Waterloo Region as a culinary tourism destination; a new access hub that provides career advising, language training, testing, and academic advising for students, newcomers to Canada, job seekers, and area employers; and the Centre for Advanced Learning that focuses on information and communications technology, digital technologies, and business.
Low Temperature Heating System
Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation
Lighting Controls and Occupancy Sensors