Designing resilient cybersecurity building
Our team was commissioned by Greater Fredericton Knowledge Park Inc. (GFKPI) to help design Cyber Centre—an extension to a five-building complex that was created in 1998 as an economic driver for the knowledge industry.
Set to be occupied by high technology users, we provided multi-disciplinary design services for the building, including architecture, civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering from schematic design through to construction completion. Cyber Centre was constructed for the cyber security of Canada’s infrastructure, including defense systems, finance, transportation, hydro-electrical production, and water. The design features two independent office blocks of unequal floor-plate area, both connected, and separated, by a common service core accommodating the common support areas. The building is four floors, consisting of the 35,500 square feet (SF) ground floor, and contains the central core, common collaboration area, and three floors totaling 106,500 SF, including leasable space.
The building is designed to provide modern and efficient space to meet current standards for occupational health and safety, office technology and communications, and energy efficiency. The best part? Upon completion, the facility will help reduce carbon footprint and energy costs with real-time energy monitoring systems.
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