New Awards – Alderlea Restoration Project

Posted on Nov 29, 2013 in Awards


Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals – Case Study Award
ATA Architects was the proud recipient of yet another award from the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP) for its work on the Alderlea Due Diligence and Adaptive Reuse and Business Case Study. The Alderlea estate, a heritage property dating back to approximately 1865, is located in the Historic Four Corners of Brampton. The city wished to restore the building and its grounds to its former grandeur while making it a viable, self-sustaining facility. ATA was retained to undertake a two-phase study. The first phase consisted of a detailed analysis of the existing structures and recommendations regarding short-term remedial action and a quote for the full restoration of the site. The second phase established the best use of the building in consultation with the City of Brampton stakeholders and the public. Alex Temporale, Principal at ATA, accepted the award at the joint Heritage Canada/CAHP conference in Ottawa.

Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals – Heritage Planning Award
Alex Temporale also received an Award of Merit from CAHP in Heritage Planning for the Alderlea Estate Adaptive Reuse Report. Jury members were picked from the CAHP membership as well as from the cultural and urban community.

Learn more about the project here.