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Waterloo County Courthouse Renovations

Kitchener, Ontario

Photo Gallery: Waterloo County Courthouse will appear here on the public site.

Conversion of Courthouse to Region of Waterloo office space

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This courthouse and county administration building was originally built in 1963 and is listed on the City of Kitchener's municipal heritage register. This renovation brought it up to 21st century standards by replacing original mechanical systems and removing asbestos. The design of the renovation involved efforts to conserve the architectural and historic features of the building. A pair of two-storey courtrooms were converted into usable office space and one courtroom.


The energy efficient/sustainable construction renovation included energy conserving mechanical and electrical equipment, fixtures and controls and included reduction, sorting, and monitoring of construction waste and site impact. As a result it is expected to achieve LEED Gold Certification.

Project Duration:March 2014 - July 2015
Size: 62,725 sq.ft.
Value:$ 11,500,000.00
Contract Type:Public Tender
Consultants:Robertson Simmons Architects, Blackwell Engineering

"In the construction world, Melloul-Blamey has been the most professional and positive contractor I have had the pleasure of working with in my 10 years' experience and made my day to day work an overall very positive one...I would highly recommend Melloul-Blamey as a General Contractor to any company looking to hire them for General Construction services."
Joanne Leeson
Senior Project Manager
COR Facilities Project Management,
Region of Waterloo