EAST ELMWOOD COMMUNITY CENTRE
FLOOR PLAN, with main access corridor & community gathering space highlighted
Location: Winnipeg, MB
Client: City of Winnipeg
Budget: $4 million
Following the loss of their building by arson, the East Elmwood Community Centre required a new facility. Its new location and diverse program requirements were determined through substantial community consultation. Project scope also included development of the 25,000 m² park, with provisions for ice rinks and soccer fields. A series of workshops at various points during design development ensured various stakeholder and community concerns were addressed through new, targeted building agreements. BridgmanCollaborative Architecture achieved design approval at every stage of the project from the various stakeholders and community groups, with a limited budget and a tight schedule.
The BridgmanCollaborative team provided 2D computer aided drawings (CAD) and 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) for client reviews throughout the project. With graphic representations, renderings, schedules and decision matrices, we enabled the client group to make clear, informed decisions.
All images by Jacqueline Young, Stationpoint Photographic