Anti-doping laboratories for the 2010 winter Olympic and Paralympic
The facilities are located within the Richmond City Ice Oval, covering an area of approximately 1400 square meters. They include offices, conference rooms, a chemistry laboratory, an instrumentation laboratory, and storage spaces, including a cold room and a freezer. The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and Paralympics organizing committee initiated the project in collaboration with the INRS Doping Control Laboratory.
The laboratory is designed to test over 2500 urine and blood samples during the Games. It is managed by the Montreal team of the National Institute of Scientific Research, known by its acronym INRS. Currently, the Montreal Institute's laboratory is Canada's only active anti-doping control laboratory and is certified by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
1 395 m2
Projet réalisé lors de notre participation dans une firme affiliée, NXL Architectes, en consortium avec Cannon Design