Grey Bruce Health Unit
This LEED Gold certified building is a multi-purpose facility containing offices, classrooms, laboratories, and training areas.
The Grey Bruce Health Unit Board is committed to establishing a benchmark for health living, and, by extension, they were determined to create a healthy building for their operations.
With this in mind, the integrated design team established the sustainability goal for the project of LEED Gold certification, and a reclaimed “brownfield” site on the Owen Sound harbour was selected for the development.
In 2009, the project was awarded the Candian Urban Institute Brownie Award for best overall project in Canada, recognizing excellence in brownfield redevelopment.
The project also resulted in our firm being awarded the 2009 North American Copper in Architecture Award. This project was completed in association with Lett Architects.