Case Study: Reengineered Ceiling Products Help Renovate A High-Rise
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With a population of nearly a quarter million, the city of Regina, capital of Saskatchewan, is a hub of governmental and commercial activity in the Canadian province’s southern region. In the growing redevelopment area of Market Square, the city’s central business district, stands the modernist Victoria Tower, 14 stories and 144,165 square feet that are home to the Ministries of Government Relations and Highways and Infrastructure.
Victoria Tower was constructed in 1977 and, after 40-plus years of wear and tear, was in need of modernization. Safety and functionality required the addition of a sprinkler system, as well as upgraded electrical and mechanical systems. Along with those changes came design and performance upgrades that included new acoustical ceilings and suspension systems.
Wood Cogger, a Regina-based partitions and ceilings contractor since 1966, entered the project in the second of three construction phases to install the ceilings—which didn’t come without challenges.
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