Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)
Multipurpose Complex and Shooting Range
2008-2012/Rigaud (Québec)/12,500 m2/135,000 ft2
Construction of a new multipurpose complex coupled with a shooting range in order to add weapons training for the border services agents. The specialized infrastructures are comprised of two shooting ranges with 18 lanes each, as well as classrooms and related facilities.
Design of imposing 120,000 CFM (56,600 L/s) ventilation facilities for the shooting ranges with absolute filters and ensuring a perfectly laminar airflow for the shooting lanes. Radiant heating in shooting ranges and showers. New 25 kV substation connected to main building’s electrical input, new 438 kVA generator, low-voltage centralized lighting control. New 500 tonne chiller in the existing plant.
Functional and technical program (FTP), followed by phases for concept, preliminary plans and specifications, final energy simulations, life cycle cost analysis, as well as construction supervision and support for LEED certification.