GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE CENTRE FOR ARTS AND DESIGN | SCHOOL FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
George Brown College has retained KMA to convert the former 3rd, 5th and 6th floors of the Toronto Sun Building into College space for the Centre of Arts & Design and School of English as a Second Language for International Immigration. The project involves the conversion of a combined area of a 6 storey structure into classrooms and various educational amenities for George Brown College.
KMA led the program validation and feasibility phase through to assist the College refine the space requirements for the interior renovation. 333 King Street East will accommodate a student population of approximately 1,500.
The challenge with this project was upgrading an office and print shop space into assembly occupancy. This involved the examination of all life safety systems and exit requirements and the capacity of the existing mechanical and electrical systems to meet the change in major occupancy. The project is now being constructed in phases procured by a construction management.
|Location:||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Client:||George Brown College|
|Gross sq.ft:||86,630 sq.ft|
|Project value:||$10 Million|