The Weyburn Courthouse was designed by provincial architect Maurice Sharon in 1928. This historic site is an architectural landmark, described as one of the most distinctive buildings in the area.
The scope of this project incorporated barrier-free washrooms and elevator access to the building as well as upgrades to the original building for modern life safety, security, and building code requirements. The original building required new/rehabilitated architectural interior finishes, as well as complete mechanical and electrical systems replacement.
The project scope was expanded to include complete structural repairs to the superstructure and deteriorated foundation encountered during construction. The foundations was remediated using cutting-edge concrete encasement technology reinstating the structural integrity of existing foundation while minimizing disruption to the existing structure. The second phase of the project incorporated exterior masonry repairs, rehabilitation of the original wood windows, roof replacement, and site landscaping.
Check out photos of this project below.