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Greenwich Day Use Facility

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Category: Design
Name of Project: Prince Edward Island National Park, Day Use Facility
Location of Project: Greenwich, Prince Edward Island
Date of Completion: 1999-2000
Client: Parks Canada
Company completing the work: BDA Landscape Architects (Prime Consultant), BGHJ Architects (Sub), Engineering Technologies Canada (Sub), Island Technologies Inc. (Sub)
Members of APALA: Jim Sackville, Larry Stewart, Tina Beers
Geographical Coordinates: 46.449626,-62.681994

PROJECT OVERVIEW
The Greenwich Day Use Facility is based on sustainable development principles. The project features renewable energy systems (wind turbine and photo voltac), biological sewage treatment, orientation to provide a variety of outdoor spaces, local building materials, and architectural vernacular, low impact floating boardwalk access and a landscape restoration strategy.

BDA received the 2001 National Merit and Regional Honour award from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects and was nominated as a poster submission at the international ‘Green Building Challenge 2000’ in the Netherlands.

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