In Association with Stantec
The North Maple Regional Park is an amazing example of rehabilitating an obsolete industrial landscape (the Keele landfill), and providing a broad cross section of active and passive recreation opportunities.
The site for this building is on a promontory overlooking the Oakridges Moraine. A balance of natural and man-made interventions are proposed as part of a masterplan to be built out over the next ten years.
The 4,000 sq.ft. pavilion includes change rooms related to the FIFA soccer pitches; as well as a concession, and FADS/AODA compliant washrooms. Spanning between the two buildings is a dynamic shade structure, which provides opportunity for outdoor markets and other entertainment events.
The building acts as a wayfinding beacon within the park, and offers active and passive support services to the environment. Construction of the new field houses is scheduled for 2018.