Tillsonburg Post Office for Canada Post Corporation

This new building was a result of a relocation of the existing Federal Building including the Post Office to make way for a downtown commercial development.  
The new building site is situated on the edge of the downtown core.  

The building programme included a new public postal retail counter, a mail processing area and high dock area. The site accommodates shipping and receiving, corporate fleet parking, public parking and landscaping. The building was situated on the existing street line to maintain a downtown street edge.

The building was erected in a five month period and utilized prefabricated stucco wall panels on a structural steel frame founded on a concrete caisson sub-structure to deal with poor soil conditions.

Client: Canada Post Corporation
Location: Tillsonburg, Ontario
Date: 1988
Architect: Montgomery and Sisam Architects
Project Architect: Eric Connolly
Consultants: Reed Jones Christopherson (Structural)
Thomas A. Fekete Ltd. (Mechanical and Electrical)
Site: Downtown Tillsonburg

To provide a new public post office facility and letter carrier depot of 7,500  square feet

General Contractor: Bach-McDougall Contractors
Construction Cost: $800,000. (1988)