Moir's Mill Interpretive Centre Bedford, NS
Moir's Mill was originally built in 1930. This project involved the restoration of the reinforced concrete fabric of building, renovation of the interior and landscaping. Phase I included development and execution of concept plans for reuse of the building as a Tourist Bureau and Interpretive Centre. Provision was made for a washroom, reception desk and display space plus the erection of a steel mezzanine that serves as a relaxation area. Phase II involved the restoration of the exterior concrete facade and miscellaneous site work. Phase III completed the interior fit up and the site work.