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Vortex Aquatic Structures
Address: 328 avenue Avro, Pointe-Claire
Completion date: 2003
Building area: 57,000 sq.ft.
With over 6,000 facilities in 35 countries, Vortex Aquatic Structures is the leader in the aquatic games industry, designing products that are ever more fun, safer, and more innovative. In 2003, the company approached Broccolini for the construction management of its new headquarters and manufacturing facility in Pointe-Claire.
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Vortex Aquatic Structures is a pioneer in design and realization of aquatic playground equipment. The company needed a manufacturing building featuring an interior concrete pit for the testing of new products. Furthermore, the building was designed to accommodate any future expansion. Therefore, future municipal requirements were taken into consideration and the building's foundations were strategically located. Provisions were made for future infrastructure, such as plumbing and electricity, and the existing materials were designed and built to be easily dismantled.
- Total project surface area: 57,000 sq.ft.
- Structure designed for future expansion
- Interior concrete pit