Port Stanley Fire Hall

SEGMENT: Public 

about the project:

Port Stanley’s new net-zero fire station is being built with cross-laminated timber. CLT is a renewable, low carbon material that delivers several advantages to this project. Among other sustainable systems and energy-saving features, the fire station boasts a high-performance, energy-efficient CLIPs envelope system. CLIPs (cross-laminated insulated panels) are a prefabricated, CLT-based exterior wall panel solution that delivers superior thermal performance in a system that can be rapidly assembled on-site to exacting standards.

 

Architect/Designer:

Thomas Brown Architects Ltd

Location:

Port Stanley, ON

Materials:

Glulam columns and beams, Cross-Laminated Timber,  CLIPs (cross-laminated insulated panels)

Scope:

Cost consulting, Design consulting, Coordination with steel, 3D modelling, Shop drawings, Supply of mass timber elements, Coordination of transportation, Assembly

Photos:

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