The Salvation Army’s Twin Ponds Camp was formed in 1988. The site consists of bunkhouses, cottages, assembly building and other various outbuildings on 74+ acres and has housed numerous camps for the Salvation Army and rented by various organizations for specialized camps throughout the year (the Canadian Cancer Society and the Rug Hooking Guild of NFLD).
Access to the camp had been deteriorating, the existing wood bridge on the access road was in bad shape, requiring the design and engineering for a refurbished steel bridge. Associated work also included the concrete abutments, rock gabion wing walls, and adjacent road fill.
Allnorth’s responsibilities included programming coordination, project management, community engagement, site selection, conceptual site design, and building design.
The Salvation Army had already purchased a refurbished steel bridge section which required a structural analysis and design of the modifications required to accommodate an acceptable installation within the new location.
- Structural analysis and modification designs
- Programming coordination
- Project management
- Community engagement
- Site selection
- Conceptual site design
- Building design