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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

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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