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Earl Grey Golf Club Redevelopment

The Earl Grey Golf Club complex was developed in several phases, beginning with the original clubhouse built circa 1962.

CALGARY, AB

The redevelopment project involved the demolition of the existing clubhouse and pro-shop structures to make way for the new clubhouse, showcasing a new chapter of the club.

A standalone cart storage facility was also constructed. The construction of the new clubhouse and the cart storage facility was staggered to maintain the course’s functionality as much as possible.

The separate cart storage building offers covered cart storage as well as a cart wash facility and members club storage.

The new clubhouse contains a modern and expanded main dining room with separate banquet area, commercial kitchen, offices, pro shop, locker rooms, and service spaces.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

CLIENT

Earl Grey Golf Club

ARCHITECT

Gibbs Gage Architects

OUR ROLE(S)

Structural Engineering Consultant

SIZE

2,865 m²

BUDGET

$10.9 M

MARKET (OFFICE)

CALGARY

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KEY CONSIDERATIONS

Challenge One

Maintain operations with as little disruption as possible to the functionality of the space during construction.

Solution One

A staging of the demolition and construction of the new buildings was coordinated to allow for key operations to continue during the course of construction.

Challenge Two

Low floor-to-floor height restrictions to meet existing levels and surrounding grade.

Solution Two

Detailed coordination of column locations and mechanical system layouts was required to ensure a slim slab profile was achieved to work with the existing floor heights.

GALLERY

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