MMP is currently in the construction stage, acting as primary consultant, for a new bilingual Health Access Centre in Saint Boniface, Winnipeg. The Centre will house Centre de Santé Saint-Boniface, a staple in health services in St. Boniface, alongside several other health and community organizations. Access Saint Boniface will provide easier access to bilingual health and community services including primary health, primary care, mental health, early learning and childcare, disability, and home care.
On Thursday August 13, 2015, six MMP staff had the opportunity to visit the new 50,000 sf building located at the corner of Goulet and Kenny. Intern Architect and Contract Administrator, Kristin Szuminsky showed staff around the construction site pointing out specific details, project intentions, and construction issues and solutions, throughout the four floors and accessible roof. With an anticipated project completion date of Spring/Summer 2016, the site tour provided an excellent behind-the-scenes look at the construction stage of a project that MMP Architects has been working on for the past two years.
Special thanks to Kristin and site supervisor, John Labay for the tour and access to the space.
More information on Winnipeg’s Access Centres can be found here.