RCMP Relocation, Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Mississauga, Ontario (1984)
This project series documents a study to determine the location of the RCMP building at the Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, Ontario in 1984. The office identified the project number as 8406.
Since the early 1960s, John B. Parkin Associates, and later John C. Parkin's new firm Parkin Architects Planners, had been commissioned by the government Department of Transport Air Services (now Transport Canada) to complete more than a dozen projects at the Toronto International Airport, including terminals one and two. This project consisted of a study to determine the best location for the RCMP at the airport. At the time of the study, the RCMP were located in terminal one, but the growing needs of other airport departments had pushed them into a temporary location. This study investigated two possible options, the construction of a new police building or the renovation of the central workshop facility. The report suggested the latter option, which could house the RCMP offices, technical and exhibit spaces, holding cells, storage and support facilities.
The project is recorded through textual records dating from 1984, which consist of the project proposal and risk and cost analysis sheets.
Materials in this project series have been kept in their original order.
Mississauga Ontario Canada
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