Chinguacousy Sports Park Redevelopment

Chinguacousy Sports Park Redevelopment

Toronto, ON

Project Description

Located in a suburban residential area of Brampton, Ont., Chinguacousy Park is a local and regional destination with numerous activities throughout. The park redevelopment project added a new chalet/clubhouse for the ski hill, an outdoor volleyball complex, a boat pavilion, a skateboard park and BMX trails. It also renovated and expanded the tennis and curling club.

The goal was to create a welcoming community hub capable of sustaining yearlong recreational activity, and to transform the park into a beautiful sequence of indoor and outdoor spaces. The chalet and tennis and curling facilities — the latter an adaptive reuse of an existing curling rink — have revitalized the core commercial aspects of the park and enhanced the interior program areas. The boat pavilion has added a new program to an underserved area of the park and supports the playground and picnic area.

Each building has a series of terraces and shaded deck areas overlooking the park activities, reinforcing the indoor-outdoor programming relationship. Sustainable features include the introduction of daylighting in all buildings, deep building overhangs for sunlight control and the use of interior and exterior recyclable materials.


Project Details

Architect: MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects
Construction Cost: $14.65 million (Canadian)
Square Feet: Chalet: 17,300 / Tennis & Curling: 14,500 / Row Pavilion: 5,550
Occupancy: January 2012

Building Systems - Skylights: Allied Products LLC

Locker/Shower - Flooring: American Clean Floor Tile

Locker/Shower - Lockers: Cleyn Metal Locker

Locker/Shower - Shower/Toilet Partitions: Hadrian Inc.


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