Children playing in a room with different structures to crawl through and climb on.

London Children’s Museum

The “New Home of The London Regional Children’s Museum” will be located on the fourth floor of 100 Kellogg Lane, London, Ontario. The work on-site will consist of fixtures and fittings, floor, wall and ceiling finishes; mechanical, electrical and life safety provision; partition construction and structural adaptation or modifications as required. An integral aspect of this project will be the coordination, management and supervision of the design and construction of the landlord’s responsible scope of work from the current ’empty shell’ space. Additionally, the project will include the base building facilities required for the successful operation of the relocated museum (infrastructure, spatial demising, washrooms etc.), and the coordination and integration of exhibits.

Some of the most challenging aspects of this project will be planning the logistics and scheduling on the fourth floor of an occupied building, as well as the integration of mechanical and electrical systems and structure. This is also coupled with the challenge of planning specialty exhibit design and construction not often seen in the industry, and unlike any other project in the London area.

*Architectural Renderings provided by Gyroscope Inc.

Location: London, Ontario

Size: 37,000 sq.ft.

Market: Healthcare & Institutional

Delivery Model: Construction Management

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