Through a notable partnership with esteemed GRC architects, this comprehensive project involved creating two interconnected complexes and a distinct training hangar at the CBSA Learning Centre in Rigaud, Quebec.
Firing Range Complex: Covering an expansive 5,960 m², this complex is dedicated to facilitating indoor shooting range training for border officers. It accommodates training spaces, equipment storage, offices, and service areas, all meticulously designed to ensure efficient firearm instruction.
Multifunction Complex: Spanning 5,840 m², this versatile complex is primarily designated for the academic training of border officers. It caters to diverse training needs, including the intricacies of force application and immersive simulation scenarios.
Initially conceived as separate initiatives, these two complexes were thoughtfully merged into a unique coherent effort, marked by meticulous attention to acoustic design and harmonious architectural integration. Its LEED Silver certification further emphasizes the project's commitment to environmentally friendly practices.