PCL : Quinte Consolidated Courthouse
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Quinte Consolidated Courthouse

Project Overview

The Quinte Consolidated Courthouse is a public-private partnership project, launched to design, build, finance, and operate a new courthouse in Belleville, Ontario. The 171,146-square-foot building was designed to achieve LEED Silver certification, yet surpassed this and has achieved LEED Gold. The structure consists of six stories and a mechanical penthouse level. Eleven courtrooms serve both provincial and municipal courts, while parking is available both above and below ground. A large ceremonial plaza is in front of the courthouse, with an open atrium lobby and an interconnected first and second floor.

PCL worked with the same client on the design and construction of a similar courthouse in Ontario. Capitalizing on historical successes and applying lessons learned was essential in providing continuity for the client. A collaborative approach was introduced early on, and focusing on the client’s needs enabled PCL to preserve both the project schedule and the budget.

DETAILS

CLIENT:
Ontario Infrastructure Projects Corporation
PROJECT LOCATION:
Belleville, ON
PCL OFFICE:
Ottawa – Buildings & Civil Construction
COMPANY:
PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
SECTOR:
Buildings
MARKETS:
Commercial, Government Public Facilities and Military, Green - Sustainable Construction
DELIVERY METHOD:
Public Private Partnership (P3)

Awards

2014 CDBI Design-Build Award of Excellence - Honourable Mention - Canadian Design-Build Institute (CDBI)

2015 P3 Awards - Finalist, Best Designed Project - Partnerships Bulletin/P3 Bulletin

LEED Gold Certification - Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC)