Construction at the Canadian Port of Entry of the Gordie Howe International Border Crossing
Take a look at this most recent stunning overhead footage capturing the construction site of the Canadian Port of Entry (POE) facilities at the Gordie Howe International Border Crossing in Windsor, Ontario! From this video, you can see that:
- the Main Building, the largest and most advanced of the 10 forming the POE, is making remarkable strides;
- the Energy Centre and Maintenance Building have also made significant progress, highlighted by a striking art wall on the main façade;
- the Primary Inspection Lane Pavilion’s roof in nearly completely installed;
- the steel canopy of the Secondary and Tertiary Inspections Buildings is rapidly emerging as a striking architectural feature, adding to the overall impressiveness of the development;
- the Toll Services Operations Centre, featuring a notable traffic inspection canopy for both incoming and outgoing traffic, is progressing well; and
- major advancements on the exteriors of both the Client Processing Centre and the Large Scale Imaging Building.
Moriyama Teshima Architects is the Architect of Record for the Canadian Port of Entry facilities. Once constructed, this will be the largest Canadian port along the Canada-US border, and one of the largest anywhere in North America! As always, thank you to Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA-APWD) for providing us with this incredible video footage.