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O U R F IR M 02 Overview 04 Expertise in Global Airport Projects 06 Airport Design Philosophy

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R E L E VA N T E X P E R IE NC E 10 Airport Projects 38 P3 Capabilities for Public Infrastructure

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ADDIT I O NAL INFO R MAT IO N 48 Our Leaders 50 Get in Touch


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Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport, Fujian, China


Our Firm


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Firm  Overview With a legacy of over 60 years of achievement in the built environment, B+H Architects is an award-winning full-service architecture and design firm recognized for the delivery of sustainable design, problemsolving and construction administration skills to large-scale, technically complex projects around the world. A global practice with studios in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Seattle, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City and Dubai the work of B+H spans all sectors - commercial, entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, institutional, residential, retail, sports and transportation. Our reputation for award-winning design leadership is based on principles of sustainability, innovation and practical design solutions. Known for an aptitude with scale and complexity, B+H is currently managing nearly nine million square metres of construction totalling almost $8 billion.

Our reputation for awardwinning design leadership is based on principles of sustainability, innovation and practical design solutions.

B+H clients are global leaders in a wide range of sectors. Recent and current projects include the RBC Centre [the first triple-A office building of over 1 million s. f. to achieve LEED Gold NC standard in Canada]; Microsoft’s new Research and Development Campus in Shanghai; and Canada’s largest privately financed biotechnology and life sciences research facility. Other notable projects include the Toronto Dominion Centre, First Canadian Place, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Ottawa Congress Centre, The Archives of Ontario/York Research Tower, Sheridan Centre for Animation and Emerging Technologies, Queen’s University’s Beamish-Munro Hall, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s South Building.

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Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport, Zhejiang, China


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Expertise in Global Airport Projects Building on its 24-gate, 1.1 million sq.ft., dual pier Trillium Terminal 3 experience at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, B+H has designed a number of airports including the Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport, the Changsha Huanghua International Airport and Haikou

Meilan Airport. B+H has also participated in various airport competitions in China and India presenting ideas that are technologically advanced as well as sensitive to place, climate and a culture’s architectural and traditional vernacular. Notable airport projects include:

Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport Fujian, China

Haikou Mellan Airport Terminal Hainan, China

Size: 110,000 m2 | Completion 1996

Size: 89,000 m2 | Completion 1999

New Ordos Airport Inner Mongolia, China

Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport Zhejiang, China

Size: 50,000 m2 | Completion 2013

Size: 200,000 m2 | Completion 2001


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Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport, Fujian, China


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Airport Design Philosophy

The Passengers’ Perspective

Planning

Well-ordered architecture in an airport terminal building is key to alleviating the anxieties felt by travellers. An airport must respond to these anxieties by creating a welcoming atmosphere. People should always be aware of where they are and where they are going.

When working on the planning for airport design, passenger flow must be easily perceived and clearly organized. As an overall philosophy, the simpler the arrangement, the better the result. Increased privatization has made retail an integral part of major terminals. Spaces should be created to encourage passengers to pass through and browse the retail shops and restaurants as a part of the general flow sequence.

Many elements, including lighting, material selection, furniture, specialty retail and food services, can be sensitively handled to increase the general comfort level of the passenger. It is important to ensure that processing at check-in, security, and customs/ immigration is efficient and that there is adequate line-up space. The scale and size of spaces can also play a vital role. Much can be done to improve small and cramped environments often found in baggage claim areas.

The Architecture The design should take advantage of the local landscape and climate. Architecturally this can be translated into a sense of more openness, outward views, and the integration of landscape with the facility. Through building form and material selection, the architectural expression should reflect the cultural and architectural heritage of the area.

In many cases, planning for expansion is critical. Airports must be designed to take future considerations into account and be as flexible as possible to accommodate those future needs. Airside and apron planning must suit the needs of the operators and airlines. Flexibility for a changing and inter-changeable aircraft mix, as well as the ability to accommodate new equipment should be built-in, including accommodation of aircraft apron guidance, surveillance and communications systems. A specialized study is required in order to properly analyze vertical and horizontal transportation. It is critical to ensure the ease of passenger flow by carefully studying the quantity and location of escalators, stairs, elevators and power walks.


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EXPERTISE IN AIRPORT PROJECTS 1. Changsha Huanghua International Airport Terminal (Hunan, China); 2. New Ordos Airport (Inner Mongolia, China); 3. Changsha Huanghua International Airport Terminal (Hunan, China); 4. Ahmedabad Airport International Terminal Competition (Gujarat, India); 5. Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (Zhejiang, China); 6. Beijing Capital International Airport - New Terminal (Beijing, China)


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Haikou Meilan Airport Terminal, Hainan, China


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THE NEW ORDOS AIRPORT FOLLOWS A MODERN SLICK DESIGN APPROACH BASED ON SUSTAINABLE CONCEPT THAT CATERS TO THE ASPIRATION AND VISION OF THE PEOPLE OF ORDOS

New Ordos Airport Location Inner Mongolia, China Size 538,196 ft2 | 50,000 m2 Completion 2013 Client Ordos Airport

The approach taken by B+H was to develop a stateof-the-art airport with a high ratio of flexibility to accommodate the airport’s future needs. The Ordos Airport is a gateway to the region and showcases elements of the local culture while offering panoramic views of the landscape. The current scheme make the Ordos Airport unique and rooted to its location, providing a true and long-lasting travel experience. The design approach is based on a sustainable concept that reflects the vision and aspirations of the people of Ordos. The arrival and departure ramps are covered by an undulating cantilevered canopy inspired by the Inner Mongolian grasslands and desert. The check-in hall is covered by a grand translucent dome that offers passengers a welcoming oasis from the harsh Mongolian climate.

The wings of the boarding terminal provide doubleloaded gates maximizing the area’s efficiency. The design of the terminal will also allow the airport in the future to add more gates with minimal construction and cost. The airport façades are triple-glazed and oriented at a self-shading angle of 15-degrees outward. Two rows of light-shelves follow the rolling roof providing shade in summer. Sky-lights diffuse the daylight above and provide a natural stack ventilation effect. Awards 2015 China Exploration & Design Awards for Outstanding Projects - 3rd Prize of Construction Projects, by China Survey and Design Association.


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New Ordos Airport, Inner Mongolia, China


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New Ordos Airport, Inner Mongolia, China


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ONE OF THE PRIMARY DESIGN GOALS WAS TO CREATE A TERMINAL BUILDING WHICH WOULD ENHANCE THE PLEASURE AND EXCITEMENT OF TRAVEL.

Toronto Pearson International Airport Terminal 3 Location Mississauga, Canada Size 1,100,000 ft 2 | 102,200 m2 Completion 1991 Client Airport Development Corporation

The design objective for Terminal 3 was to provide a world-class, state-of-the-art terminal complex to accommodate the needs of the travelling public. Inspired by historic grand railway terminals, a spectacular curved vaulted sky lit space, known as the Grand Hall, offers passengers an elegant light-filled space. Terminal 3 is a 24-gate, dual-pier terminal building with a 3,300-space parking garage, a 500-room hotel, and a 170,010-square foot office tower. The site encompasses 53 hectares, 25 of which comprise the aircraft apron.

The terminal’s 24 gates are situated along the main terminal building, while a five-gate satellite terminal is connected by a tunnel. The Grand Hall, with its distinctive vaulted glass ceiling, serves as the main check-in and ticketing area. B+H was co-architect of this project with Scott Associates Architects Inc.


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THE TERMINAL IS DESIGNED FOR FLEXIBILITY, FUTURE EXPANSION AND CHANGING OPERATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Changsha Huanghua International Airport Terminal Location Hunan, China Size 335,080 ft2 | 33,000 m2 Completion 2001 Client Changsha Huanghua International Airport

Designed for maximum flexibility, this 335,080 square foot airport is both modern and traditional. The arrangement of the major roof element achieves an ascending form that recalls traditional Chinese architecture. The asymmetrical arrangement of sharply angular trusses support a series of quarter-round glass vaults. The pair of trusses are separated along the entire length of the roof by a box structure that contains the air handling and heating equipment. Narrow skylights separate the box structure from two flanking concrete beams which cantilever beyond the roof at the north and south ends. The design takes into consideration the need for future expansion and changes in operational technology. At

departure level, a clear view through the ticketing area atrium creates a sense of openness giving passengers clear views of the aircrafts parked beyond. Paramount to this project was passenger comfort. Emphasis in the design was placed on pedestrian flow and ease by which they travel through the terminal. A combination of “high-tech� stylized components, such as a concrete structure, aluminum cladding, glass vaults and windows, were utilized to achieve a state-of-the-art architectural expression.


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LOCATED NEAR THE QIANTANGJIANG RIVER, THE DESIGN IS INSPIRED BY THE PICTURESQUE LANDSCAPE THAT SURROUNDS THE SITE.

Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport Location Zhejiang, China Size 2,152,000 ft2 | 200,000 m2 Completion 2001 Client Changsha Huanghua International Airport

Responding to the picturesque setting of Hangzhou’s mountainous region, the design of the metal-clad roofs of the main hall creates an impression of waves along the departure lounge and octagonal hub containing passenger lounges and VIP facilities. Interior openness and clarity is created by large expanses of windows and clerestories. Phase One includes an

860,800 square foot terminal with 13 gates. Phase Two and Three will add 12 and 19 gates, respectively. Phase Two will extend at a right angle from this hub, while Phase Three will consist of an identical hub and right angle extension at the opposite end of Phase One.


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AT THE TIME, THE CHINA AVIATION AUTHORITY (CAAC) REGARDED THIS FACILITY AS THE YARDSTICK BY WHICH AIRPORTS BEING PLANNED IN CHINA WERE BEING MEASURED

Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport Location Fujian, China Size 1,183,600 ft2 | 110,000 m2 Completion 1996 Client Xiamen International Airport Group Co. Ltd.

Responding to the country’s rapidly expanding travel requirements, this state-of-the-art facility has 13 direct aircraft boarding gates, 12 remote aircraft boarding positions, and built-in flexibility to accommodate the varying ratio of domestic and international travellers. The project received a design award from the City of Xiamen and was a finalist in the Canadian Awards for International Development. At the time, the China Aviation Authority (CAAC) regarded this facility as the yardstick by which airports being planned in the People’s Republic of China were being measured. In the view of the CAAC, Xiamen

Gaoqi achieved its major objectives: the terminal offers a comfortable passenger environment, incorporated the latest state-of-the-art equipment and reflected that image expected in a gateway to a major city undergoing rapid growth. The design achieved the most rational site arrangement, simple aircraft movement and passenger flow, ease of expansion and maximum flexibility. The physical design attempted to recall the regional architecture of Xiamen, while satisfying functional requirements in an elegant style, appropriate for a world-class facility.


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Haikou Meilan Airport Terminal Location Hainan, China Size 957,640 ft2 | 89,000 m2 Completion 1999 Client Haikou Meilan International Airport Co.

Informal landscaping alludes to the tropical nature of Hainan and the short separation of the curbside to the terminal permits access and views to daylight and landscape. The angled configuration of the outer piers eases aircraft movement while shortening passenger walking distances within the terminal. This project includes a terminal with 21 gates and 5 remote boarding positions, an air traffic control tower, and a 43,040 square foot administration building. The work process included developing a master plan and a design for the terminal building.

Criteria for the site and master planning included: site and shape constraints; runway configuration; aircraft maneuvering; efficient use of apron space; expansion capability; the integration of a through highway; and facility operation. The final scheme consisted of one processor building for ease of operation, with three piers which could allow for incremental expansion.


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Design Concept for International Airport in Southeast Asia Status In Progress

This project consists of a major transformation of the existing Airport Terminal and master plan. This includes the renovation of the existing terminal, the addition of a new departure hall, the extension of plane capacity, the upgrade of VIP rooms, the religious space and the Royal Pavillon. The existing runaway is also being upgraded.


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Beijing Capital International Airport Location Beijing, China Size 2,743,800 ft 2 | 255,000 m2 Completion 1999 Client Beijing Capital International Airport

The firm’s work on this project included apron and gate planning, capacity analysis, passenger and baggage process analysis, terminal facility and space planning, and schematic design of the terminal. B+H also worked as a special consultant for the Beijing Airport Authority to review and evaluate the design development drawings and equipment tendering as well as design the baggage handling system and wayfinding system.

B+H prepared schematic diagrams of vertical and horizontal passenger circulation and a study of how it influences and relates to the remaining interior and exterior spaces. Layouts showed complete inbound and outbound baggage handling systems as well as step-bystep passenger processing, e.g. ticketing, customs, health inspection, security, x-ray, etc. The firm also assisted the client with airport FIDS and aircraft parking layouts.


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THE FINAL CONCEPT FOR GUANGZHOU AIRPORT EMBODIED A “CITY OF FLOWERS” THEME WHICH WAS EXPRESSED WITH STREAMLINED STRUCTURAL STEEL AND GEOMETRICALLYSHAPED SKYLIGHTS IMITATING A FLOWER MOTIF

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport Competition Location Guangdong, China Size 7,532,000 ft 2 | 700,000 m2 Completion 1997

B+H prepared a Master Plan and Architectural Proposal for this facility which would eventually total 7,000,000 square feet and have 130 gates. The project involved the relocation of an existing airport to a site 18 kilometres north. The final concept for Guangzhou Airport embodied a “City of Flowers” theme which was expressed with streamlined structural steel and geometrically-shaped skylights imitating a flower motif. The north and south sides of the terminal hall building are glass curtain walls with aluminium frames and an exposed slanted steel structure to shade the interior from low angle sunlight. The east and west sides were designed with horizontal sun shelters.

The departure level of the main hall is disengaged from the glass wall creating two atriums in front and behind the main processor. This effect provides passengers with a higher volume above them, a brighter environment and a better view. For operational flexibility, part of the boarding gates can be interchanged between international and domestic flights. The island counters provide a spacious environment and give passengers a clear understanding of passenger flow. If passenger volume increases in the future, additional islands can be added to serve domestic and international flights.


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THE DESIGN ALLOWS TWO B747-400 AIRCRAFTS ENTERING TOGETHER IN THE HANGAR FOR MAINTENANCE

Shanghai Pudong International Airport Starco Maintenance Hangar Location Shanghai, China Size 310,000 ft 2 | 28,800 m2 Status In Progress Client Shanghai Technologies Aerospace Co., Ltd.

The intent of the project was to advance Starco’s ability to carry out aircraft repair and general repairs, in order to enhance its core competitive edge, to expand its market share and to build a foundation for the company’s development. The airplane service area would be column-free and the capacity of the proposed hangar would meet the related requirements for overhaul and repair. Aircrafts can be driven slowly into the hangar

where the head of the aircraft enters first. The hangar’s net height would satisfy the height requirements when any aircraft is raised by the jack and when the undercarriage is folded and unfolded freely. This maintenance hangar is designed to service one Airbus A380 and two Boeing 747-400 aircrafts simultaneously, as well as other smaller aircraft.


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Toronto Pearson International Airport Infield Development Project Location Mississauga, Canada Size 1,356,360 ft2 | 126,000 m2 Completion 2002 Client PCL Constructors Canada

The Infield Development Project (IDP) is one portion of the $3.3 billion planned redevelopment of Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto, Canada’s busiest airport. Located on a 470-acre site between four major runways, this $250 million development was Canada’s largest design-build project at the time. The project is comprised of six structures totaling 1,356,360 square feet: the Air Canada Maintenance Building, three cargo buildings including the Air Canada Cargo Terminal, a 3-bay Hangar Facility, and the 11-gate Infield Holdroom Terminal.

The design and construction of the IDP was crucial to the overall redevelopment of the airport which involved the construction of a new $1.2 billion terminal. The completion of that terminal depended on the demolition of the existing cargo facilities in Area D of the airport. To execute that demolition work, new facilities for the existing and future tenants had to be created and the existing tenants moved into the new space at the IDP. This all had to happen on a very ambitious schedule so as to not delay the construction of the new terminal that was already under construction.


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THE DESIGN APPROACH WENT BEYOND THE CONVENTIONAL APPROACH TO AIRPORT DESIGN.

Ahmedabad Airport International Terminal Competition Location Gujarat, India Size 215,200 ft2 | 20,000 m2 Staus Design Completed 2003 Client Airport Authority of India

B+H was awarded second place in this competition for a 5-gate facility located in India. In plan, the terminal is composed of 3 modules. The central module brings the outdoors inside the building with a contemplative garden open to the elements, the east module has a pneumatic sensuous form hovering over an open floor animated with various amenities, and the west module houses offices and other facilities. The design approach went beyond the conventional or more common technological and mechanistic approach to airport design in that it used the vernacular language of place and culture to help define the logic and formal language of the building. As part of the design process B+H referenced and abstracted Hindu paintings and sculpture and these formal and graphical motifs served a

number of purposes throughout the terminal: large scale artwork emphasized the gate locations while the main element from the “Origin of Life� painting became the main luminous volume above the VIP and restaurant area. Each zone in the area was identified by a unique light box in the ceiling that could be identified with place, art and cultural motifs. The desired effect of this treatment was to create a different volume of light, air and space above depending on where you were situated in the airport. Another innovative aspect of this design approach was the introduction of a canopied suspended roof above the building that served to not only redirect direct sunlight but also naturally ventilate the roof plane. The rationality of structure was further emphasized by a consistent grid and repetitive modular components that allowed for possible future expansions.


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Gleneagles Medini Hospital, Iskandar, Malaysia


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P3 Capabilities for Public Infrastructure


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P3 Capabilities

We are renowned for our expertise in delivering facilities as part of public-private partnerships [PPP/P3/AFP]. We understand the key challenges that impact facility design under various P3 models and are skilled at assembling winning teams, building consensus among stakeholders and maintaining the momentum to move these projects to successful completion. B+H works in a variety of project roles across the various project phases including Planning, Design and Compliance [PDC]; as project architect in Design, Build, Finance and Maintain [DBFM] projects; and as part of fast-track teams. We are known for our ability to coordinate large design and construction teams and it is not unusual for us to manage between 20 to 40 consulting firms on a single project. We recognize the strengths that each consultant brings to the team and we value regional expertise. B+H team members are increasingly invited to share their P3 project expertise to governments and at leading industry gatherings. We provide the following services for P3 projects:

Compliance • Develop a functional program in consultation with the end users • Develop block diagrams to support the functional program • Prepare design documents, block schematics, and the Programme Specific Design Specifications (PSDS) as components of the Programme Specific Output Specifications (PSOS) • Produce preliminary Sustainable Design reports • Assist in expediting municipal planning approvals • Assist in the preparation, evaluation and selection of RFP proponents • Review and recommend acceptance of schematic design • Review design development, construction documents and commissioning, completion and occupancy submissions by the project consortium

Design • Schematic design • Design development • Construction documents • Project management


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Archives of Ontario / York Research Tower, Toronto, Canada


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Archives of Ontario / York Research Tower Location Toronto, Canada Size 248,970 ft2 | 23,130 m2 Completion 2009 Client Plenary Group Certification LEED Canada-NC Silver certified

Located on York University’s Keele Campus and envisioned as a hub of people and information, this project has three components: a 3-storey, 127,220 square foot podium containing the new Archives of Ontario; the 6-storey, 121,750 square foot York Research Tower; and a station entrance for the future Spadina subway line extension. The project has received LEED-NC Silver

certification. B+H and PCL Constructors Canada Inc. were members of the team led by the Plenary Group who was selected by York University to design, construct, finance and operate this facility.

Awards CDBI: 2012 Award of Excellence Runner-Up


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The Shaw Centre (Formerly known as the Ottawa Convention Centre) Location Ottawa, Canada Size 365,000 ft 2 | 33,910 m2 Completion 2011 Client Ottawa Convention Centre

B+H has been retained by the Ottawa Convention Centre as its Design/Functional Planning/Compliance Consultant for this $142 million project. The previous facility was demolished and is being replaced with a new 365,000 square foot state-of-the-art convention and trade show facility. An efficient design of approximately 200,000 square feet of rentable meeting and convention floors

will be supported by kitchen, storage, administration and related support space. The redevelopment will move the City of Ottawa into a Tier II Canadian convention destination enabling the Nation’s Capital to attract a substantial increase in national and international bookings. This project is registered and targeting LEED Silver certification.


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Top L-R: Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games – New Ivor Wynne Stadium; Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Markham Pan Am Centre Bottom L-R: Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Sports Venues Games Overlay; Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Etobicoke Olympium

Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan Am Games Sports Venues Location Toronto, Canada Size 11 existing & 1 new venue cluster; 5 new & 1 renovated facility, 2 new & 3 renovated fields Status In Progress Client Infrastructure Ontario

B+H is the Architect of Record for three Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan Am Games facilities and the Master Plan, Design and Compliance Consultant for the Design-BuildFinance of four other new facilities. Included within the scope of work is the conceptual Games Overlay design validating how each athletic event will function at the newly built venues and the identification and layout of additional temporary facilities required to safely and

efficiently host the proposed events. Early in 2011, B+H was additionally retained to create the conceptual Games Overlay design for all of the Tier 1 and 2 Olympic Qualifier Rated events being held in existing Greater Toronto area facilities. The first stage of the conceptual planning involved 50 athletic competition events being hosted in 11 existing venue clusters incorporating 24 individual facilities.


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Markham Stouffville Hospital Redevelopment Location Markham, Canada Size 505,900 ft2 | 47,000 m2 Completion Phase 1 (construction) complete 2013 / Phase 2 (renovation) complete 2014 Client Markham Stouffville Hospital/Infrastructure Ontario Certification Registered and targeting LEED Silver

In 2007, B+H Architects with Perkins+Will was retained to provide full Master Plan, Design and Compliance services on the basis that the project would be awarded as a design, build, finance and maintain contract. Following the completion of a Master Plan looking out to 2024 and assistance in the process of securing rezoning and site plan approval, the project was converted to a Build-Finance model with the B+H team providing full

consulting services. Early works are under construction and the Build-Finance contract has been tendered and will be awarded shortly. The work involves a new wing of 382,250 square feet, plus renovations to 146,290 square feet of the existing 322,460 square foot facility. This project is registered and targeting LEED Silver certification.


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New Ordos Airport, Inner Mongolia, China


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Additional Information


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Our Leaders

MANAGEMENT Dan McAlister Chairman Bill Nankivell Chief Executive Officer Lisa Bate Regional Managing Principal, North America Karen Cvornyek President and Regional Managing Principal, Asia Steve Cavan Chief Operating Officer Jennifer Futol Principal | Global Director, Marketing and Business Development Doug Demers Managing Principal, Seattle Patrick FejĂŠr Principal | Design Peter Heys Principal | Interior Design Phillip Jones Managing Principal, Middle East Bruce Knapp Managing Principal, Vancouver Robert Marshall Principal | Global Director, Planning & Landscape Katrina Stevens Global Director, Human Resources


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PARTNERS

Dan McAlister Chairman

Bill Nankivell CEO

Steve Cavan Chief Operating Officer

Karen Cvornyek President & Regional Managing Principal, Asia

Peter Heys Principal | Interior Design

Lisa Bate Regional Managing Principal, North America

Mark Berest Principal, Toronto

Ralph Baumann Principal, Shanghai

Doug Demers Managing Principal, Seattle

Ian Donlan Managing Principal, Vietnam | Director of Practice, Asia

Patrick Fejér Principal | Design

Alan Fraser Principal, Toronto

Tom Hook Principal, Toronto

Jim Huffman Principal | Senior Design Director

Phillip Jones Principal | Managing Director, MENA

Bruce Knapp Managing Principal, Vancouver

Coco Lin Principal, Shanghai

Stephen Herscovitch Principal, Toronto

Robert Marshall Principal | Global Director Planning & Landscape

Chris McQuillan Principal, Toronto

Sonny Sanjari Principal, Toronto

Sam Shou Principal, Shanghai

David Stavros Principal, Toronto/ Asia/MENA

Stephanie Costelloe Director of Healthcare, Asia

Lian Miew Ching Design Director, CHIL, Asia

Eddie Wu Principal | Director of Landscape Architecture

Tõnu Altosaar Senior Principal | Director, MENA

Susanna Swee Principal | Executive Vice-President, Asia

Mohsen Boctor Principal, Toronto

Jennifer Futol Principal | Global Director, Marketing & Business Development

Stéphane Lasserre Principal, Singapore

Olivier Lopion Principal, Singapore

Paul Morissette Principal, Vancouver

Adèle Rankin Principal, Vancouver

Stéphane Raymond Principal, Toronto

Guy Walter Principal | Advance Strategy

Mario Sarandi Principal, Toronto

Celine Wang Principal, Shanghai

Jeffrey Chow Managing Director, Vietnam

Quan Nguyen Senior Associate | Director, Planning & Landscape

Dan Levin Catherine Siu Senior Associate | Managing Director, Hong Director of Southeast Kong Asia


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