Stantec gets contract for administrative office study for JL Jackson site

Stantec Architects will be the project consultant for the joint feasibility study/development concept for administrative offices for School District #83 and the Columbia Shuswap Regional District on the old JL Jackson site.

  • Jul. 27, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Stantec Architects will be the project consultant for the joint feasibility study/development concept for administrative offices for School District #83 and the Columbia Shuswap Regional District on the old JL Jackson site.

The contract was originally awarded to MQN Architects in April but two proponents complained about the process so, the CSRD put out the request for proposals again.

The project calls for three possible options: • separate buildings (adjacent sites, no shared facilities); • separate buildings (shared site, shared parking and outdoor areas); • single building (separate offices, shared building systems and entrance). The CSRD and school district are sharing the cost at $34,500 each.

 

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