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Building Conservation Associates

Calgary City Hall

Location: Calgary, Alberta 
Year Built: 1911 
Original Architect: William M. Dodd 

Calgary City Hall located in southern Alberta, Canada was built by William M. Dodd. Construction on the Richardsonian Romanesque style building was competed in 1911. Calgary City Hall is made mostly of Paskapoo Sandstone which originates in the area. The building is designated a National Historic Site of Canada and is surveyed under the Alberta Historic Resources Act. 

BCA helped compile information for the Heritage Building Record System, Canada’s archive. BCA conducted archival research, aided in the taking of professional photographs, and composing construction drawings. BCA performed condition surveys on the exterior masonry of the building, examining the sandstone and the roof conditions. BCA also compiled Construction Documents and Construction Administration for the renovation of the historic building.

Awards: Canadian Associates of Heritage Professionals Conservation Architecture Award of Merit