Calgary, AB


The Bridlewood Affordable Housing project includes two and four bedroom stacked townhomes equaling sixty-two (62) affordable housing units with interior planning that affords flexibility to residents depending on their needs. The design of the Bridlewood Housing project focuses on the relationship between the site and adjacent communities. The project was a combination of smart master planning, the built form, and a sustainable mindset that further supports the City of Calgary’s mandate to become a leader in affordable housing. Additionally, amenities including landscaped public and green space, waste management facilities, and associated parking will be incorporated. The unique conditions of the Bridlewood Affordable Housing project extend beyond the standard multifamily residential construction model and required innovative design thinking, performance-based construction techniques, and a foundation of sustainability that influence not only upfront investments, but also the vitality and overall life span of the buildings and site. The project facilitates the needs of a diverse socio-economic group and will also directly address the three areas of the City of Calgary’s “Triple Bottom Line”; environmental, social, and economic. MTA has capitalized on the ideals of each of these components through Sustainable Thinking as our fundamental guideline for all planning, design, and construction processes.
Role: Prime Consultant
City Of Calgary

Area: ± 80,000 ft²