Guelph police headquarters: January 2018 construction update

The three-year renovation and expansion of Guelph Police Service’s headquarters is underway. Here is a summary of the work completed in January 2018.

Progress to date

East wing addition

  • Drywall wall/ceiling framing 70 per cent complete
  • Drywall board 50 per cent complete; taping 30 per cent complete
  • Mechanical ducting and electrical rough-in work continued
  • Glazing and roof complete
  • Painting in main floor locker room five per cent complete
  • Two rooftop HVAC units installed

West wing addition

  • Remaining detention cell slab removed; subgrade and stone installed
  • Miscellaneous block walls and door frames installed
  • Roof parapet (protective wall) steel framing is 85 per cent complete
  • Fouth floor curtainwall (non-structural outer covering of a building for weather protection) steel framing support is 80 per cent complete

Looking ahead to February

East wing addition

  • Drywall framing/board and taping will be nearly complete
  • Paint and wall finish will be 20 per cent completed
  • Aluminum caps on glass frames will be installed
  • Last roof top HVAC unit will be installed
  • Mechanical and electrical trims installation will start
  • Roof above firing range will be complete
  • Generator framing will be installed and generators placed on framing

West wing addition

  • Existing roof to be complete
  • Third and fourth floor curtainwall (non-structural outer covering of a building for weather protection) framing will continue
  • Remaining detention cell slabs to be complete

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