Queen’s University

Richardson Stadium Revitalization

HH Angus has a long and valuable relationship with Queen’s University, covering numerous projects across a range of buildings and services at the campus, including new build, renovations, expansions and district energy scopes of service.

In 2014, Queen’s began a revitalization of its premier sports facility, Richardson Stadium, and engaged HH Angus to provide mechanical and electrical engineering to the Revitalization project.

Our scope of work included mechanical and electrical design for the new East Building and renovated West Building; and electrical power design for the East and West Buildings, plus field lighting.

The Stadium work was executed in two phases: Phase One was the Feasibility Study and Phase Two covered the project implementation. To launch Phase One, system options and minimal requirements were confirmed with the University’s Facilities team in Kingston. There was also a series of meetings with the Construction Manager and primary trades to confirm the basis of the original estimates and to discuss the impact of system options. 

Phase Two incorporated a value engineering exercise to develop alternative project phasing plans to maintain the budget. A final mechanical and electrical Schematic Design report was prepared following the value engineering exercise. Under Phase Two, HH Angus was retained to carry the project through from Design Development to Construction Administration.

Mechanical Engineering | Electrical Engineering

Status: Completed 2016

Kingston, Ontario

Electrical power design & field lighting for East and West buildings | Work executed in two phases, Feasibility Study (Phase 1) and Project Implementation (Phase 2)