100 Devonshire Place, Toronto
Sometimes Architects have their own ideas of what a bird deterrent system should look like and how it should perform. Many times these ideas look great on paper, but they don’t match up with reality – with the finished structure.
In situations like this, Pigeon Busters have to adhere to the strict specifications and try to bring the best out of the Architect’s design.
In this case, perforated panels were installed on the facade of this new university building and a horizontal netting exclusion was pre-installed behind the panels to prevent birds entering and establishing their homes.