NE 1-J W Inglis Building, is located at 3700 Willingdon Avenue Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2 on the main campus of the British Columbia Institute of Technology. The facility is four (4) stories in height, totals approximately 20,077 SM in area and was originally constructed in approximately 1977. The facility contains classroom space, workshop space, faculty and staff office space, dining and food preparation space, plus HVAC and other building support spaces for the Building Trades Department.
Primary substructure systems include full/partial basement walls and foundations including strip footings, spread footings, grade beams, damp proofing, underdrains and a non-industrial type structural slab on grade. Primary superstructure systems include multi-story medium weight structure with reinforced concrete construction including pre-cast concrete columns, load bearing walls, pre-cast concrete beams and pre-cast concrete floor slabs. Primary roof structure system includes reinforced pre-cast concrete roof decks.
Primary exterior wall systems include exposed pre-cast architectural concrete, concrete masonry units (CMU), wood siding and pre-coated metal panels. Primary glazing system is/are operable and non-operable aluminum framed units with insulating/non-insulating glass. Glazing is a combination of tinted and clear units. Entrance doors are primarily aluminum and glass storefront units in aluminum frames. Service doors are primarily metal leafs in metal frames.
Primary roof system is an inverted roof membrane assembly (IRMA) system with extruded polystyrene board insulation. Roof drainage is by internal drains to an underground storm water system. There are areas of unit skylights.
Primary interior partitions are standard GWB walls, CMU walls and cast-in-place concrete walls. Interior doors are a combination of wood or metal doors set in hollow metal frames, with knob-type or lever-type hardware. Primary wall finishes are standard paint finish, ceramic tile and exposed concrete. Primary floor finishes are vinyl composition tile (VCT), sheet vinyl, carpet, ceramic tile and coated/uncoated concrete. Primary ceiling finishes are acoustical ceiling tiles (ACT), painted gypsum board and painted concrete.
Until 2014, the building space heating and domestic hot water requirements where mostly met by the central BCIT heating plant (located in building SE8) and distributed to building NE1 through the BCIT district energy system. Small boiler where located in the building. mostly to cover domestic hot water loads in the summer when the central plant was down. In 2014, NE1 was disconnected from district energy, and three new natural boilers were install to supply both space heating and domestic hot water loads.
There are five (5) full height interior egress stairwells and several service and access stairways around the facility. There are two (2) passenger elevators in rated shafts.
Per the 2006 British Columbia Building Code, Section 18.104.22.168. the building is classified as Major Occupancy Group A-2.
- Floor Plan
- Aerial Photo
- Other Photos:
- Condition Survey and Equipment Inventory
- Elevations Drawing
- Detailed Architectural Drawing
- NE1 Mechanical Drawings – Original Design
- NE1 Single Line Diagram
- Real-Time and Historical Natural Gas consumption
- Real-Time and Historical Hot Water (District Energy only) consumption
- Real-Time and Historical Electricity consumption
- NE1 Classroom Video
- NE1 Rooftop Video
- NE1 Boiler Room Video
- NE1 Cooling Systems and Cooling Lab Video
- NE1 Energy Metering Systems Video