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Capital Regional District Headquarters

Located on Victoria’s Centennial Square this 34,120 square foot project is a combination of the redevelopment of the old Victoria Police Station as well as the erection of a new facility on the adjacent cleared site.

The façade of the heritage portion has been seismically strengthened and restored and a new 10,500 square foot addition has replaced the demolished portions. The redevelopment creates a new pedestrian walkway and view corridor linking the square with Victoria’s historic Chinatown district.

The building has been designed using principals of environmental sustainability and is LEED Gold Certified. Exterior finish materials include high performance glass, sandblasted concrete and limestone facing.

 

Location: Victoria, BC
Client: Victoria Capital Regional District
Size: 34,120 square feet
Completion: 2007
Certification: LEED Gold

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