Hippo CMMS Renovations

Hippo CMMS, MMP’s sister company, is not your average Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) business. With their renovation of the 4th floor at 123 Bannatyne Ave., the Hippo Management team hoped to provide an uplifting and creative workspace for their 20 young and energetic staff. The overall concept was to maintain the character of the 100 year old building while providing a modern industrial feel.

The Hippo CMMS team moved from their temporary space into their new space last week. Their newly renovated office now features multiple gathering spaces and breakout rooms for casual meetings, a large boardroom for more formal meetings, and height adjustable desks for all staff. The renovation ties in Hippo’s brand identity through the inclusion of a number of feature walls in Hippo blue, as well as through a 75+ foot mural painted by Winnipeg’s Grafitti Gallery curator and artistic director, Pat Lazo.

Please see above for a few photos of the newly renovated Hippo CMMS space.


Hippo CMMS Renovation Team
Principal Architect: Chris Daly
Director of Design: Russell Krepart
Interior Designer / Contract Administration: Kristin Reischek
Senior Technologist: Mike Karakas

MMP has Moved!

On June 15, 2018 MMP officially handed over the keys to our home of nearly 14 years, 214 McDermot Ave. As renovations of our new office space are not quite finished, we’ll be working in a temporary space on the second floor of our new building at 123 Bannatyne for most of the summer. Stay tuned for some project pictures and updates in the coming weeks!

Please see above for a few photos of a very empty looking 214 McDermot Ave.

University of Manitoba Scotiabank Technology Centre Renovations

The Scotiabank Technology Centre is a large state-of-the-art computer facility located within the Asper School of Business’ Drake Centre at the University of Manitoba. The renovation of the existing computer lab and an adjacent classroom was completed by MMP Architects to allow for project completion that aligned to the start of the fall 2017 semester.

Renovations to the space were based on the MIT’s TEAL (Technology Enable Active Learning) teaching format that merges lectures, simulations, and hands-on experiments to create a collaborative learning experience. Achieving this style of teaching in the new space required extensive electrical coordination amongst the project team. The newly renovated facility houses 72 computer stations, which are arranged in pods of 4 to allow for collaborative group work. A centralized podium gives the instructor the ability to display relevant lecture information on the LCD monitors throughout the space, as well as on each of the student monitors, and also allows the instructor to access lighting and sound controls. A movable partition was also installed in the centre of the space to allow for part of the lab to be open to students while smaller classes are in session.

The resulting fully accessible space is flexible for instructors, students, and administration alike. The newly renovated Scotiabank Technology Centre will be a valuable space for teaching and learning for many years to come.


Albert D. Cohen Management Library Project Team
Principal Architect: Chris Daly
Managing Architect: Marty Kuilman
Lead Architect / Contract Administration: Kristin Szuminsky
Lead Interior Designer: Jessica Kost
Technician: Tam Nguyen

Deer Lodge Centre SCBU Grand Opening

MMP Architects was proud to attend the grand opening of Deer Lodge Centre’s new Special Care Behavioural Unit (SCBU) on November 16, 2017. Representatives from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and Deer Lodge Centre gathered together alongside staff, press, and project consultants to mark the occasion with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.

The new unit was a conversion of an existing Deer Lodge Centre PCH unit into an 11-bed space for residents that require more attention and detail in their day to day care. The renovated SCBU space is small, with controlled access for increased safety, specifically targeting patients with dementia who are easily agitated and respond better to quieter environments. With the addition of these 11-beds, the Deer Lodge Centre campus now has space for 32 individuals requiring specialized care.

Our team acted as Prime Consultants on the 8,000sf renovation, which included demolition, planning, and new construction, all within an extremely aggressive timeline. MMP is proud to have been a part of providing this much needed resource to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

Please see above for a few photos taken at the ribbon cutting ceremony.


DLC SCBU Project Team
Project Architect: Chris Daly
Interior Designer and CA: Jessica Kost
Healthcare Support: Hailey Connor

Bethesda Primary Care Centre Grand Opening

The Bethesda Primary Care Wellness Centre celebrated its grand opening in Steinbach, Manitoba late last week. Representatives from the Bethesda Foundation, Southern Health-Sante Sud, Steinbach family Medical, the Province of Manitoba, Steinbach Primary Care Pharmacy, and Dynacare gathered together with Steinbach City Council, and members of the public to mark the occasion with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.

MMP Architects collaboratively designed the 29,447sf building that houses a wide variety of disciplines. This “Access Centre” model, also used throughout Winnipeg, will allow residents of the South Eastman region to experience a one stop shop for primary health services.

The interior space was designed to allow individuality between the various tenants while still providing a cohesive overall appearance. A clean palette of neutral tones is featured throughout common areas, whereas the tenant spaces feature the addition of woodgrains, soft surfaces, and pops of colour allow a sense of individuality. The use of Tyndall stone from Gillis Quarries allowed the project to feature a material native to Manitoba, an important client item requested from project outset.

MMP is proud to have been a part of providing such an exciting and vital service for the City of Steinbach and surrounding community.

Please see above for a few photos of the grand opening ceremony and the building.


Bethesda Primary Care Centre Team
Project Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Lead Designer: Kristin Szuminsky
Interior Designer: Kristin Reischek
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel

University of Manitoba Albert D. Cohen Library Renovations

The renovation of the University of Manitoba’s Albert D. Cohen Management Library, located within the Drake Centre of the Asper School of Business, was completed by MMP Architects in the Spring of 2017. As Prime Consultant, MMP worked closely with the University of Manitoba Libraries, the Asper School of Business, and the University of Manitoba Physical Plant to transform the existing library into a welcoming learning commons for students, staff, and faculty.

As part of the transformation, the University removed the majority of their physical collection, choosing instead to digitize the content. The space savings from removing the physical archives allowed our team to create a collaborative environment that encourages participatory learning and understanding from a variety of sources. A number of learning and teaching spaces are now housed within the library including private powered study pods, bookable group study rooms with integrated technologies, soft seating options, open desk spaces, as well as a public teaching space where school of business classes can be taught.

Working within the constraints of a tight budget and with multiple stakeholders, MMP and our team of consultants were able to provide our clients with a bright and welcoming learning space for all.

 

Albert D. Cohen Management Library Project Team
Principal Architect: Chris Daly
Managing Architect: Marty Kuilman
Lead Architect / Contract Administration: Kristin Szuminsky
Lead Interior Designer: Jessica Kost
Technician: Tam Nguyen

Edgewood Estates Project Update

MMP is currently in the construction phase, acting as primary consultant for the expansion of the existing Edgewood Estates apartment complex, located in East Kildonan. The project is comprised of two new apartment towers overlooking the Red River, with the North Tower being phase 1 and South Tower being phase 2. The North tower (as seen in the photos above) now stands at 15 stories tall, and contains 224 residential units.

Each floor of the new North tower contains 16 residential units varying in size from 600sf to 1,000sf. Suite amenities will include a full appliance package, a private patio/balcony area, 8’8 ceiling heights and in-suite laundry facilities. The building orientation and its location on the Red River, allows for 70% of the new units to have unobstructed views of the river on the south and north sides of the building.

A number of show suites will be available to view in summer 2017 in advance of the fall 2017 targeted completion date. Please see above for a few progress photos taken by drone in early April, and the rest taken on site last week.


Edgewood Estates Project Team
Principal Architect: Chris Daly
Project Architect and Contract Administration: Dustin Sharrow
Interior Designer: Rex Salanguit
Senior Technician: Michael Hamson

Steinbach Civic Centre: Project Update

MMP Architects’ Steinbach Civic Centre renovation and expansion project is well underway in Steinbach, Manitoba. Together with Tower Engineering Group and KNH Sawatzky & Associates, the team developed the Contract Documents required for the expansion of the 1964 heritage building located at 225 Reimer Avenue.

Ensuring that the Architectural details were sensitive to the historical building, while still meeting current Manitoba Building Codes and the National Energy Code, was crucial to the success of this project. Details of note include the following:

  • Mimicking the existing smooth cut tyndall stone sill and anodized aluminum cladding details
  • Repurposing the original exterior tyndall stone wall as an interior feature wall
  • Carrying the existing natural maple finish found in the Gallery space to the millwork in the new boardroom, basement conference rooms, and mayor’s office
  • Retaining the existing clerestory windows to bring natural light and views into the workspace

The addition of the bright, welcoming space will help ensure that the Steinbach Civic Centre remains a significant asset for the community for many years to come. The anticipated construction completion date of the renovation and expansion project is May 2017. Please stay tuned for final project completion photos in the coming weeks.


Steinbach Civic Centre Project Team
Project Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Interior Designer: Hailey Connor
Senior Technician: Charlene Kroll
Contract Administrator: Charlene Kroll

Structural Engineer: KNH Sawatzky & Associates
Mechanical and Electrical Engineers: Tower Engineering Group

Saint Philip Minh Site Tour

MMP is currently in the construction stage, acting as primary consultant, for the addition and renovation of Saint Philip Minh Church. Upon completion of this phase of the project, the Church's existing 7800sf courtyard will have been converted into a 500 person worship space. For more information about about the project please see this previous blog post.

On March 28, and April 4, twelve MMP staff had the opportunity to visit the construction site at 615 Lafleche Street in Saint Boniface. Intern Architect and Contract Administrator, Aaron Simoes showed staff around the site pointing out specific details, project intentions, and construction issues and solutions. With the congregation anticipating use of their new worship space in summer 2017, the tour provided an excellent behind-the scenes look at the construction stage of the Saint Philip Minh project.


Saint Philip Minh Church Project Team
Principal Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Managing Architect: Marty Kuilman
Intern Architect and Contract Administration: Aaron Simoes
Interior Designer: Heather Wallis
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel

Windsor Park Children's Day Centre, Stepping Stones

The Windsor Park Children’s Care Centre, Stepping Stones, is a new 4,500 square foot daycare expansion. MMP was engaged in 2013 to renovate an existing office space located at 2-282 St. Anne’s Road into a child care centre for 16 infants (aged 0-2). The MMP team was pleased to attend the grand opening of Stepping Stones last week.

Taking over an existing office space provided some cost saving opportunities through reuse of a front office storage area and various bulkheads. The interior was further enhanced by adding and enlarging windows, adding additional suspended lighting and bulkheads, and applying a light and serene colour palette. The resulting new space provides a calm and nurturing environment for young children to play and interact with each other. Executive Director, Michelle Welch, MMP’s main point of contact for the project, commented that the children are always happy when they enter the space and are eager to partake in activities. This comment affirms to the MMP team that the overall design intent was successfully achieved.

Throughout the process of this renovation, we have developed a growing relationship with the staff of the new daycare and are pleased to have been a part of their expansion team. We wish them all the best with their new facility, Stepping Stones. 

 

Windsor Park Children’s Care Centre Project Team
Principal Architect: Chris Daly
Interior Designer: Kristin Reischek
Contract Administrator: Derek Buttars

Saint Philip Minh Church Addition and Renovation

Constructed on an expansive riverfront lot in Northeast Saint Boniface, Saint Philip Minh Church was originally built as a private school by Libling Michener and Associates (LM) in 1959, and then expanded upon by EJ Gaboury and Associates in 1961. The modern, open courtyard building has been in use by the Vietnamese Roman Catholic Church since 2005. Due to an increase in congregation size, the need for a larger worship space was identified, and the request to enclose the exterior courtyard space was brought forward.

MMP was approached initially to conduct a feasibility study to determine whether a conversion of the 7800 sf courtyard space into a 500 person worship space would be possible. Through this study it was determined that the existing building would require a significant upgrade as the proposed new sanctuary space was considered to be a major alteration to the existing structure. Reviews of the building through architectural and engineering lenses were conducted, and a phased plan of approach as well as a Class D budget was provided to the Church. Upon completion of the feasibility study, an RFP process was conducted by the Church and the project was ultimately awarded to our firm.

Work began on the design phase of the project. Many iterations of the courtyard conversion were explored. Some of the major design decisions included the following:

  • The roof support structure: Originally was proposed as timber frame but then altered to glulam to match the existing exposed glulam beams running through the space and to maintain a visual gridline.
  • Fenestration: Clerestory window details were explored. A continuous Kalwall window system was determined to be the best option to accommodate existing roof structures and to provide diffuse lighting to the worship space.
  • Walls: The existing exterior brick that once enveloped the courtyard is to be restored to become the interior finish of the new worship space.

Construction of the first of three phases is currently underway on site, and the congregation is planning to conduct their first services in their new worship space in summer of 2017. Fundraising is ongoing for the current phase as well as the additional two phases that will occur in the coming years. For more information on the church, or to donate to the project please visit the Saint Philip Minh, Giáo Xứ Thánh Philipphê Minh website here.

Please see the gallery above for a few snapshots of design iterations, and the final design and phased approach to the church addition and renovation. Also, please stay tuned for project updates that will occur in the coming months.


Saint Philip Minh Church Project Team
Principal Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Managing Architect: Marty Kuilman
Intern Architect and Contract Administration: Aaron Simoes
Interior Designer: Heather Wallis
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel

Tacium Vincent and Associates: Project Update

The interior and exterior renovation of Tacium Vincent and Associates’ new office space is nearly complete. Located in the former Video Cellar building at 206 St. Mary’s Road, the transformation from a teal and yellow building to a modern tile, longboard, and aluminum paneled exterior in neutral greys and warm wood tones has been drastic.

The interior renovation of the 3,000 square foot space has been significant as well. A centralized work area was created with private offices circling the perimeter. A new reception area, board room, staff rooms and washrooms were all added and finished in greys with leafy green pops of colour and wood accents to add warmth to the space. An industrial look was created within the modern space through the salvaging of existing storefront glazing in the board and staff room spaces.

A major challenge of the renovation was its proximity to a high school, and the tendency of the building to be a target for graffiti. All exterior materials used are graffiti resistant, so that spray paints can easily be wiped off the face of the building. The longboard wood exterior application was also used to reduce visibility of staff inside, decreasing the amount of glare, as well as increasing building security.

The interior and exterior spaces are on track to achieve a December 2016 completion. Please see above for a few photos of the space and stay tuned for final exterior photographs which will be added in the coming weeks.


Tacium Vincent and Associates Project Team
Principal Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Project Architect: Marty Kuilman
Interior Designer: Kristin Reischek
Junior Designer: George Vincent

Access Saint Boniface: 2016 Access Award Recepient

MMP is proud to announce that the recently completed, Access Saint Boniface, was the recipient of a 2016 Award of Excellence in Accessible Architectural Design. With over 30 nominations, and a rigorous touring process, winning one of these five awards is a great honour.

The Access Awards raise awareness of the importance of accessibility and universal design throughout the City of Winnipeg. These annual awards honour projects that make life more equitable, safe, comfortable, and affordable for everyone, including people with disabilities. In addition, the awards allow for further education, discussion, and outreach around progress in universal design.

An awards ceremony was held last week in the third floor multi-purpose room of the new Access Centre. Members of the community, staff from the various health and community organizations housed within the Access Centre, as well as Winnipeg Regional Health representatives gathered to celebrate the achievement. Councilor Ross Eadie and representatives from the City of Winnipeg Access Advisory Committee presented the award to MMP Architects and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

Thank you to all members of the Access Saint Boniface team who made this project a success. Please find some photos of the event above and additional photos of the Access Saint Boniface project linked in the tag below.


Award photo above (L-R)
Ken Kollinger (WRHA), Monique Constant (Centre de Sante), Susant Stratford (Centre de Sante), Leslie Badger (WRHA), Hailey Connor (MMP), Ross Eadie (City Councilor and Access Award Committee), Chris Daly (MMP), Real Cloutier (WRHA).
 

Access Saint Boniface Project Team
Project Architect: Chris Daly
Intern Architect and Contract Administration: Kristin Szuminsky
Lead Interior Designer: Hailey Connor
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel

Bethesda Primary Care Centre: Project Update

MMP’s integrated and collaborative healthcare project, Bethesda Primary Care Centre is well underway in Steinbach, Manitoba. At the end of September, a group of 30 University of Manitoba architecture students had the opportunity to visit the 29,447 sf new building as part of their fourth year construction course. Intern Architect and Contract Administrator, Kristin Szuminsky toured the hard hat and steel toe clad students around the construction site and answered questions ranging from what it’s like managing a multi-tenant building, to how integrating various systems into a project of this scale works, to what it’s like to be a woman on the job site.

Special thanks to Kristin for taking the time out of her day to lead an informative tour. Thanks also to U of M instructor Jac Comeau for coordinating the class tour, and to the students for their interest in the construction process and for providing us with photos from the day.


Bethesda Primary Care Centre Team
Project Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Lead Designer: Kristin Szuminsky
Architectural Intern: Aaron Simoes
Interior Designer: Kristin Reischek
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel

Russell Park Manor 55+

The Russell Park Manor 55+ project is nearing completion. Designed by MMP Architects, the three storey building located at the north end of Main Street in Russell, Manitoba has a colourful street presence, tranquil outdoor areas, and warm common spaces.

Constructed next to the existing Lions Manor building, the new Park Manor building has a central location within a few blocks of Main Street conveniences. It features a stately entry canopy with car drop off zone and a magnificent lobby space with comfortable seating for conversations with family and friends. The multi-purpose room is the central gathering space and the vaulted ceilings, kitchen and gas fireplace make this space distinctive. This space is the heart of the building and will be used for a variety of activities from family celebrations, to tenant meetings, to afternoon crib games with fellow residents.

Two suite configurations are available for lease: 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom units. The suites were designed to be compact and efficient, but still manage to feel open and inviting, in part because of the modern, open concept floor plan. Generously sized windows in the living room and bedrooms allow for views, natural light and fresh air. All suites have been designed to be wheelchair friendly.

A natural palette of finishes was chosen to enhance the connection to nature and well being.  Rich, wood grains create feelings of warmth and beauty and can be found in the laminated veneer plank and carpet, which were chosen with visual appeal, comfort and durability in mind. Different colours were chosen for the corridors of each floor level to aid residents in wayfinding and navigation.   

Russell Park Manor 55+ is now accepting expressions of interest for life lease. For more information, please contact Terry Rolfe at (204) 773-4728. 


Russell Park Manor 55+ Team
Project Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Interior Designer: Rex Salanguit
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel
Contract Administrator: Charlene Kroll

Structural Engineer: Wolfrom Engineering Inc.
Mechanical and Electrical Engineers: Tower Engineering Group

*Photos courtesy of Russell Park Manor and MMP

Bethesda Primary Care Centre: Project Update

Construction on the integrated and collaborative healthcare project, Bethesda Primary Care Centre, is well underway in Steinbach, Manitoba. Acting as primary consultant, MMP collaboratively designed a 29,447 sf building that follows the "Access Centre" model, used throughout Winnipeg, by providing a wide variety of disciplines that will be co-located in one facility. The anticipated opening date of the new Bethesda Primary Care Centre, located at 381 Stonebridge Crossing, is August 2017.

See above for a few construction photos as well as a shot of project lead designer, Kristin Szuminsky and project interior designer Kristin Reischek in front of the Bethesda Primary Care Centre site. This shot of Kristin and Kristin was taken on the same day as the 23rd annual Drive for Excellence Golf Tournament in support of the Bethesda Foundation. MMP Architects was a proud sponsor of the event, and also participated in the tournament.


Bethesda Primary Care Centre Team
Project Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Lead Designer: Kristin Szuminsky
Architectural Intern: Aaron Simoes
Interior Designer: Kristin Reischek
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel

Access Saint Boniface: Complete!

The Saint Boniface Access Centre is a hub of support for the surrounding Saint Boniface community. Acting as primary consultant, MMP recently completed Winnipeg’s newest health access centre, Access Saint Boniface in the spring of 2016. Located at the corner of Goulet and Kenny, the new centre improves access to bilingual health and community services for all Winnipegers. The Saint Boniface Access Centre builds on the concept of the Bilingual Service Centre; all users will have the option of service in French or English throughout their visit.

The Saint Boniface Access Centre houses Centre de Santé Saint-Boniface, a staple in health services in St. Boniface, alongside several other health and community organizations. Programs and services offered at the centre include primary health, mental health, disAbility, and home care. As different services are housed on different floors, each floor features a distinct accent colour to remind visitors where they are in the space and assist with wayfinding. Careful interior and architectural design features of this new building include convenient access to bus routes, covered parking, ample corridors and signage integrated into the design of the space. Together these factors contribute to a welcoming environment for all.
 

Please see above for a few photos of Access Saint Boniface.
Also, click here for a recently published piece in the french publication, La Liberte on the opening of the Saint Boniface Access Centre.

 

Access Saint Boniface Project Team
Project Architect: Chris Daly
Intern Architect and Contract Administration: Kristin Szuminsky
Lead Interior Designer: Hailey Connor
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel
Interior Graphics: Dayna Kroeker
 

Edgewood Estates Apartment update

MMP is currently in the construction phase, acting as primary consultant for the expansion of the existing Edgewood Estates apartment complex, located in East Kildonan. The project is comprised of two new apartment towers overlooking the Red River, with the North Tower being phase 1 and South Tower being phase 2. The North tower (as seen in the photos above) will stand at 15 stories, and contain 224 residential units adjacent to the north end of the existing 70 Whellams Lane building. The South tower will stand at 15 stories and contain 180 residential units.

Each floor of the new North tower will contain 16 residential units varying in size from 600 sq. ft. to 1,000 sq. ft., as well as 5 one-bedroom suites, and 11 two-bedroom suites. Suite amenities will include full appliance packages, private patio/balcony area, 8’8 ceiling heights and in-suite laundry facilities. The building orientation and its location on the Red River, will allow for 70% of the units to have unobstructed views of the river on the south and north sides of the building.

Targeted completion of the North Tower is late 2017. As the construction site drone photos (taken March 23, 2016) show, progress is well underway.

Edgewood Estates Project Team
Principal Architect: Chris Daly
Project Architect and Contract Administration: Dustin Sharrow
Interior Designer: Rex Salanguit
Senior Technician: Michael Hamson

Ruth Gardens Apartments

Over the past 50 years, Edison Properties has played a key role in developing Winnipeg’s skyline. Edison’s vision for the future includes the revitalization of their existing buildings as well as the opportunity to develop new buildings within the community. MMP Architects partnered with Edison Properties, acting as Prime Consultant, on the construction of their newest building located at 1167 Rothesay, in North Kildonan.

The intent of the Ruth Gardens design is to be sensitive to the neighbourhood. The building has been broken into three towers rising from a four-storey base. The floor plate of each tower contains only seven units. The thin towers and their orientation on the site are intended to avoid the look of a massive building. The three individual towers keep the off-site shadows to a minimum while allowing the sun through on the east/west axis between the towers and along the south property line into the site.

This mixed-use site includes 14,500sf of new commercial space separated into 3 units located on the main floor of the building, as well as a separate single-storey Scotiabank which is located on the corner of Rothesay and Sharon Bay. Above the commercial space, the residential component consists of 213 apartments ranging in size from 700 to 1100sf spread out over 10 storeys, as well as a penthouse. Each of the first three storeys of residences includes amenity spaces for use by the tenants; these spaces feature exercise and multi-purpose rooms. 

Tenants have been occupying the space at 1167 Rothesay since Fall 2015. The project was featured in the Winnipeg Free Press, as well as in the Fall/Winter 2015 Precast Imagineering Magazine.


Ruth Gardens Project Team
Principal Architect: Chris Daly
Project Architect: Michael Acht
Contract Administration: Marty Kuilman
Interior Designer: Rex Salanguit
Senior Technician: Michael Hamson

Please see the gallery above for a few photos of the building exterior, foyer, and show suite.

Community Primary Care Centre - Steinbach

Earlier today a press release was issued announcing the Community Primary Care Wellness Centre, a joint effort project between the Bethesda Foundation, Bethesda Wellness Incorporated, Steinbach Family Medical and Southern Health-Santé Sud. The intention of the new facility, to be located in Steinbach, is to improve access to primary care for Manitobans living in the South Eastman region.

Acting as primary consultant, MMP has designed a 29,447 square foot building which will provide an integrated and collaborative healthcare system through the wide variety of disciplines that will be co-located in one facility. The Community Primary Care Wellness Centre follows the “Access Centre” model that has been used throughout Winnipeg, a one stop shop for primary health.

The Community Primary Care Wellness Centre will move to tender phase shortly, and has an anticipated opening date of August 2017.


Community Primary Care Centre Team
Project Architect: Robert Wrublowsky
Lead Designer: Kristin Szuminsky
Architectural Intern: Aaron Simoes
Interior Designer: Kristin Reischek
Senior Technician: Neil Laurel

Please see the gallery above for a rendering of the proposed building exterior.