Award of Excellence in Recognition of the Successful Re-use of the Former St. Patrick's College, City of Ottawa - Adaptive Use Category, Immaculata High School
1996
Immaculata High School, Ottawa
The project consisted of a complex addition and alteration program that transformed the existing Colonel By Campus (previously owned by Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology) into a modern high school where a comprehensive program is offered to approximately 1,200 students. The school incorporates many specialized teaching areas. New building components, such as the library and gymnasium/auditorium complex, harmonize functionally and aesthetically with the existing heritage building. The new gymnasium, a self-contained structure, can be separated from the rest of the campus for community and evening activities. The new library represents an important feature of the design, and is a significant factor in the creation of a new image for the Immaculata Campus. Both new and existing structures overlook the centrally-located, newly landscaped courtyard.

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