Business and Personal Service Building - Additions and Facade Improvement Study

This Study involved an existing 1960’s Commercial Building in Georgetown. The Programme consisted of the provision of a new marquee and sign at the front facade, an Elevator Addition at the rear and new window bris d’soleil  and roof parapet.

Various bris d’solei options were reviewed as well as tinted glass and solar shades options to reduce solar heat gain and glare.

Various elevator options were reviewed to make the 3 storey building barrier-free accessible.

Initial costing and construction phasing was studied.

Client: Commercial Building Owner
Study Date: 2014
Architect: Eric Connolly Architect
Project Team: Eric Connolly, Omer raja
Site: An existing Commercial Building in Georgetown, Halton Hills, Ontario

To study the implications of a new marquee / sign, elevator for complete Barrier- free accessibility, various sun shading techniques.

Study Cost: $ 4,000. (2015)