BCB Engineering is pleased to work with municipal, provincial or federal governments on the structural design for institutional projects such as schools, hospitals and assisted living facilities.
The ballroom addition to the main house at the Norland Estate accommodates 300 seated guest and is used for wide variety of events. This project consisted of both structural steel and wood framing.
After the city of Lethbridge purchased a new bookmobile for the Lethbridge Public Library, a permanent indoor parking space was required. A CMU wall and open-web steel roof truss addition is constructed on the north side of the Crossing Branch public library. The building was designed to match the look of the existing building and reused the existing aluminium wall panels that were removed from the original building.
A new building was added to the Evangelical Free Church in Lethbridge. The new building is constructed using a combination of conventional steel and wood construction. The building is founded on cast-in- place concrete piles and a concrete grade beam.
The picnic shelter contains public washrooms and an open partially covered seating area. The washrooms are constructed using precast concrete walls panels. The seating area consists of sloped steel columns and roof beams with a steel trellis on the front and Kalwall translucent roof panels that protect the occupants from the weather while providing natural outdoor light. The building is supported on a concrete strip and spread footings.
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