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Toronto, Ontario

Before this 52,000-seat arena was built, BA Group performed a comprehensive site selection study followed by site-specific studies of vehicular and transit access, pedestrian movement, parking, and operational strategies. The findings impacted opening day operations, police management, transit service promotion, and pedestrian safety.

Photo (cropped) courtesy of Michael Herrera

Toronto, Ontario

The Royal Ontario Museum is expanding to present 27 new refurbished and redesigned galleries. BA Group designed bus parking and loading facilities, identified practical site plan improvements, and consulted on a range of transportation issues due to changes in operations and movement of customers and goods.

Photo courtesy of Randy OHC

Toronto, Ontario

BA Group evaluated two potential sites for the national men’s and women’s soccer teams. We completed an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of each, with a focus on pedestrian concerns, existing public transit, parking issues, and surrounding street networks. Exhibition Place was selected as the preferred site, and BA Group assisted the CSA, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, and the City of Toronto with planning and building the stadium in 2007.

Photo (cropped) courtesy of Andreas Duess

The Canadian Canoe Museum
Peterborough, Ontario

BA Group was a part of the project team with Kearns Mancini Architects and Heneghan Peng Architects retained to assist with site design advisory services and key transportation elements in support of the Canadian Canoe Museum redevelopment.  

The 7,500 m2 structure hosts a restaurant, workshops and event spaces, with an appearance of a wavy waterside structure with glass walls and a grass roof.

*Photo courtesy of Heneghan Peng Architects