Canadian Facility Management & Design

Nursing station enters construction in Manitoba

A new 8,945-square-foot nursing facility has entered construction in Grand Rapids, Man. The development, which will include three exam rooms, a diagnostic services area, a two-stretcher trauma room and offices for staff, will provide Grand Rapids residents and the Misipawistik Cree Nation with a range of health care services.

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Phase one complete for Winnipeg health centre

Winnipeg’s Misericordia Health Centre is currently undergoing extensive renovations, upgrades and additions and phase one is now complete. The $43-million project, set to open in stages, includes the Buhler Eye Care Centre, PRIME program, and Ambulatory Diagnostic Centre. During phase one of construction, an existing facility, known as the Maryland South building, was demolished to make way for a two-storey complex housing the aforementioned programs and centres.

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Winnipeg sporting facility to enter phase two

A 124,000-square-foot Sport for Life Centre in Winnipeg is set to enter the second phase of construction in spring 2015. The first phase of construction opened in April 2010. The one-of-a-kind facility, which will feature space for sport training and programs, recreational pursuits and youth leadership development, will be used as a venue for the 2017 Canada Summer Games.
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Man. government invests in water infrastructure

The Manitoba government plans to invest almost $12 million to upgrade and replace water supply and disposal services to improve waste-water systems in rural communities.

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Proposed legislation for CentrePort development

The Manitoba government is moving forward with proposed legislative changes to create a special planning area (SPA) for CentrePort Canada—the country’s only Foreign Trade Zone
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Manitoba government funds modern science lab

Glenlawn Collegiate, a grade 10 to 12 English high school in Winnipeg, M.B., is undergoing renovations to create an approximately $300,000 state-of-the-art science lab. The modern laboratory, which will replace a geography classroom, is the result of Manitoba’s $25-million science lab renewal program, known as the Action Plan for Science Education in Manitoba. Funds were provided to the Louis Riel School Division, of which Glenlawn Collegiate is a part.