Using lean principles and a modular kit-of-parts approach, the design-build team delivered Lakeridge Gardens, a 273,000-sq-ft long-term care facility, in just 13 months on a tight hospital-adjacent site while dealing with COVID-19 safety restrictions.
The team behind China’s first malt whiskey distillery overcame challenges posed by the 32-acre site’s remote location and COVID-19 to build a manufacturing facility and visitor center that aims to be the center of a nascent local tourism industry.
The renovation design by luis vidal + architects centered on reviving the historic structure and integrating it with a new building so that “past, present and future merge in a building that combines modernity with tradition and innovation,” says the firm
The Wurun Senior Campus folds around a street corner in Melbourne, Australia, a modern school set to equip its more than 650 students with 21st-century skills in an experimental learning space that is integrated with the local community and built environment.
Consciously constructed to minimize impact on municipal resources and maximize integration of sustainable systems, this multicomplex project used various green design elements to elevate embassy’s 11-acre campus to LEED Certified Platinum—the first West Africa project to achieve this certification.
Special projects are built from good decisions, and the Canal Lachine cable stayed bridge—the symbolic centerpiece of the $1.3-billion Turcot Interchange reconstruction project in Montreal—is such a project.