Three Hills School – Building Envelope Condition Assessment

Three Hills, Canada

About 500 students, ranging from kindergarten to grade 12, currently attend Alberta’s Three Hills Public School. Originally built in the 1960s, a 2002 addition provided extra classroom space and linked the two original buildings.

Three Hills School – Building Envelope Condition Assessment

Three Hills, Canada

About 500 students, ranging from kindergarten to grade 12, currently attend Alberta’s Three Hills Public School. Originally built in the 1960s, a 2002 addition provided extra classroom space and linked the two original buildings.

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Challenge
Entuitive had to determine how much of the wall to take down and find a versatile cladding system that would provide a consistent look to the envelope.
Solution
As brick is expensive in Alberta, Entuitive chose a Miami-Dade County-rated hurricane EIFF cladding, which stands up to the rigours of schoolchildren at play. We also minimized the amount of cladding that had to be removed, thus minimizing labour expenses.

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