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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 fronts the courthouse; inside are an open atrium lobby and interconnected first and second floors.

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 were 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

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

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

LEED Gold Certification - Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC)