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Conversion Facility Vision in Motion

Proposal Artwork Design

Client: Tetra Tech  |  Cameco

The Cameco’s Port Hope conversion facility (PHCF) is a federal government undertaking for the cleanup and long-term management of low-level radioactive and industrial waste in Port Hope, Ontario. The project entails a comprehensive plan for the redevelopment of the PHCF-a unique opportunity to create a new built identity for Cameco as well as an opportunity to contribute to the improvement of the surrounding area.
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The design of Tetra Tech’s proposal to Cameco for the Canadian company’s cleaning and managing a radioactive and industrial waste site in Ontario projected Cameco’s brand for environmental sustainability. We used the shape of their logo as a recurring motif from front to back, using angles and curves to represent images illustrating Cameco’s site work.