Recreation + Library

Conestoga College Library Resource Centre Revitalization

Designed to serve as a go-to focal place on campus, MMMC has designed a new library that draws in the college community by providing a wide range of services and amenities in an attractive, welcoming, interactive environment. This revitalized space meets the needs and expectations of 21st Century learners. Rich mixes of independent and collaborative [...]

2019-02-25T10:33:51-05:00June 24th, 2015|

The Rotary Centre (Boys and Girls Club)

The Boys and Girls Club in Brantford was founded by the Rotary Club of Brantford.  After outgrowing their original facility the Rotary Club committed to building a new facility on land leased from the City of Brantford at Lions Park. MMMC were retained to design the new community facility along with TE Taylor Construction acting [...]

2016-08-04T15:00:30-04:00November 2nd, 2010|

Sunnyside Home, Seniors’ Day Centre + Alzheimer’s Day Centre

MMMC Architects designed Sunnyside Home, a 263-bed municipally owned LTC facility that opened in 2004.  Within Sunnyside is the K-W Senior's Day Program which leases space from the Region of Waterloo. The K-W Seniors Day Program space is located adjacent to the auditorium to allow for shared useage of a large part of the auditorium [...]

2012-11-02T18:11:39-04:00November 2nd, 2012|

Dearness Home, Seniors’ Day Centre

The 50 person Dearness Day Program space was designed to offer a variety of activities including exercise, a Snoezelen Room, discussion groups, euchre, bingo, baking, crafts and music programs. A whirlpool bath is located adjacent to the program area. An outdoor landscaped area allows for the safe enjoyment of the outdoors by clients.  Large windows [...]

2012-11-02T18:01:43-04:00November 2nd, 2012|

Six Nations Bingo Hall

State of the art bingo facility including seating for 1,700 patrons; multiple ticket wickets and queuing areas; food + beverage concession; modern bright washrooms; high security areas for cash and bingo card depository; and, staff offices, lounge and meeting areas.  Careful planning to maximize seating and circulation was undertaken to ensure an efficient building layout.  [...]

2012-11-02T17:32:54-04:00November 2nd, 2012|

Mohawk College, Athletic Complex & Student Lounge

This successful adaptation project of a former industrial warehouse into an athletic complex demonstrates the exciting possibilities when an older building is renovated to provide for a new use.  Completed in four phases over more than a decade the project contains an athletic centre, student commons and academic centre. To create a large space suitable [...]

2012-11-02T17:17:28-04:00November 2nd, 2012|

Parkwood Wellness Centre

Located on the Parkwood Mennonite Home seniors' campus, the wellness centre is comprised of two main components; 1. Exercise Room - This area houses a collection of fitness/workout machines selected to specifically focus on the strengthening needs of seniors. Individuals will be encouraged to cycle through the equipment based on their individually tailored fitness routine. [...]

2016-06-09T11:06:16-04:00November 2nd, 2012|

Cambridge Library & Gallery

A cultural centre in the midst of a flourishing city, the original Cambridge Library & Gallery was designed by MMMC in 1968. Thirty five years later a two-storey addition was added while the library remained operational. The finished product completely revamps the interior layout to make the Library & Gallery more efficient. The building is [...]

2012-11-02T14:51:11-04:00November 2nd, 2012|

Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre

CS&P Architects, in association with MMMC Architects, collaborated with the City of Brantford on the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre redevelopment. The project includes 4 energy efficient NHL-sized ice pads, 1,000 seat arena with running track, 25 metre lap pool, therapy pool, dry land training and fitness area, improved parking.

2016-08-04T15:00:37-04:00November 2nd, 2014|

Point Pelee National Park Northwest Beach Improvement Project

Established in 1918, Point Pelee National Park was the first national park in Canada to be established for conservation as the area is home to many endangered species. The NW Beach provides some of the park’s best opportunities for beach activities due to its proximity to the park entrance, the beach-front parking, and sand quality. [...]

2018-01-15T13:22:08-05:00June 23rd, 2015|
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