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OAA Headquarters

PAST AND PRESENT

The OAA is moving forward with a plan to refresh and renovate OAA Headquarters. The OAA has posted information about the extensive process undertaken and the solutions proposed. The solution achieves a low energy building aimed at meeting the 2030 challenge, while maintaining the integrity of the 1992 winning design.  Learn more about the history of the building, and see the future vision.

OAA Headquarters 1992

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 OAA RENOVATION PROJECT

OAA HQ Refresh and Renovation Project

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As the OAA building passes 20 years old, the building requires extensive maintenance, and its energy use is significantly above average for a low rise office building. OAA Council saw this as an opportunity to review all aspects of the building...

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PAST ARTICLES & FEATURES

History of OAA HQ

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The OAA building opened in 1992 and was designed by Toronto architect Ruth Cawker, winner of a 1989 province-wide design competition. The contemporary two-storey building is lifted from its hilltop site on columns and features bright interiors lit with natural light.... 

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REPORTS & PRESENTATIONS

Building Analysis and Reports

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A series of reports, studies and tests have been completed to analyze and evaluate the OAA Building....

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