The Calgary Courts Centre Phase II project began with asbestos abatement and demolition of the existing Court of Queen’s Bench Building. CANA then constructed a new 700-stall underground parkade, renovated the existing Court of Appeal Heritage Building and landscaped an outdoor park. The public space is vibrantly landscaped with trees, plants, benches, stone blocks and a cascading waterfall.
The design team, along with CANA and the subtrades, worked together to create a functional, cost effective public parkade. Together, the project team explored innovative construction methods such as using a shotcrete application for the foundation walls versus a traditional cast-in-place method.
CANA was excited to be part of another project that changed the landscape of downtown Calgary, with final completion in 2010.