Due to an expanding business base and a related increase in demand for flight services (it is the 13th busiest airport in Canada), the Waterloo International Airport decided to expand their facilities in Breslau, Ontario.
As part of this expansion, Maple Reinders was awarded a contract to build a new 21,000 SF terminal building. The focus of the new terminal is a dramatic public hall area with 28’ high curved ceilings and excellent air-side visibility.
The layout efficiently incorporates passenger ticketing and check-in counters, a comfortable departure lounge, security screening, Canada Customs and Immigration offices, baggage handling facilities, and car rental counters. The Airport’s administration offices are conveniently housed on the second floor.
The expanded terminal facility is capable of handling in excess of 1.4 million passengers annually.
Maple Reinders undertook this plan and spec contract to build an enclosure for an existing outdoor pool complete with a retractable roof and sliding stackable doors on two sides to provide an open-air feeling in warm weather
Maple Reinders constructed the three-storey Long-Term Care Facility, which is organized into an asymmetrical composition, with four residential wings arranged in a “pinwheel” pattern around a landscaped courtyard, allowing for the preservation of mature trees on the site.
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