Exciting progress is underway at the site of the new Gordie Howe International border crossing in Windsor, Ontario – the Canadian Port of Entry (POE) has recently past the halfway point of construction!
This is a vast and highly complex project, with ten buildings under construction at this point in time. Among these ten structures currently underway throughout the POE, it can be seen that:
- The Energy Centre and Maintenance Building being the most advanced, with its exterior precast panels including an art wall, near completion.
- The Main Building’s structural framing is near completion, the exterior precast panels are being erected while the interior slabs are being poured.
- The swooping curves of the PIL canopy is taking shape, with its structural framing almost complete and roof deck installed halfway.
- Other buildings, for example the Client Processing Centre, The Secondary and Tertiary Inspections Building, and Toll Building, are also well underway.
Images incorporated into this post are sourced from the official Gordie Howe International Bridge webpage. Moriyama & Teshima Architects is proud to be involved in the project, as the Architect of Record for the Canadian Port of Entry facilities.