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First Nations Technical Institute New Academic & Administrative Facility

This project involves the development of a new two-storey academic and administrative building.

DESERONTO, ON

The new facility will accompany the existing aviation school at the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory near Belleville, Ontario.

It will allow the school to increase its capacity, enhance the student experience, and advance First Nations-specific research in Indigenous food sovereignty, community development, environmental sustainability, and social entrepreneurship, among others.

Renderings courtesy Montgomery Sisam Architects.

The building is aiming for net zero carbon emissions.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

CLIENT

First Nations Technical Institute

ARCHITECT

Montgomery Sisam Architects

OUR ROLE(S)

Structural Engineering Consultant

SIZE

54,000 ft²

BUDGET

$21.5 M

MARKET (OFFICE)

TORONTO

LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW ENTUITIVE APPROACHES ENGINEERING CHALLENGES, AND DISCOVER WHY ENGINEERING PERFORMANCE MATTERS FOR YOUR PROJECT.

KEY CONSIDERATIONS

Challenge One

FNTI requires the project to be as environmentally sustainable as possible.

Solution One

Mass timber construction and the utilization of an IPD project delivery model allow for the optimization of all project sustainability considerations.

GALLERY

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