The Regina Airport Authority hired Quorex Construction as a general contractor and 1080 Architecture as the architect to manage a number of expansions at their airport. One of the building projects was a screening facility for air side traffic. The project involved a pre-engineered steel building structure that vehicles could drive through, which needed to be attached to office space. To meet the project’s schedule, our team took a prefab approach. This allowed all the site work and the construction of the pre-engineered building to proceed while 3twenty constructed the office space off-site.
The modular building was designed to accommodate a 10kPa snow load because of its placement adjacent to the pre-engineered building, which was higher.
Special design considerations given to integration and connection to the pre-engineered building.
Strict architectural guidelines to be followed to ensure compliance with the rest of the airport expansion.