Robert Little Public School in Acton, Ontario was built on an existing school site in 1950. It was added to in 1960 and 1967. This project entailed a diversified programme to solve various issues. The scope included the enlargement of the existing Administration Area, Gym. and the addition 4 new Classrooms and provision for the renovation of two existing Classrooms into Junior Kindergarten Rooms.
New windows and in-fill stucco panels were provided to an existing Classroom wing and air Conditioning was provided to the renovated Administration Area.
A further requirement dealt with the replacement of existing vehicular site circulation, bus turning, and parking issues as well as a Baseball Field with an in ground viewing area.
Client: The Halton Board of Education
Location: Acton, Ontario
Completion Date: 1992
Architects: Eric Connolly Architect
Project Team: Eric Connolly, Dan Chalykoff, Ken Del Piero, Paula Bowley
Consultants: Fyfe Scinocca Engineering (Structural)
Thomas A. Fekete (Mechanical/Electrical)
James F. Vermeulen (Cost Consultant)
Site: An existing Public School
Provision of site improvements, window replacement and additions to gymnasium, Administration and 4 new Classrooms
General Contractor: THM Construction Ltd.
Construction Cost: $1,700,000. (1991)