This building is an important historical asset to the City of Red Deer. The main part was built in 1940 and featured a small addition built in 1949 and a large addition built in 1965. The structure was originally used as a school and then renovated to house the 2019 Canada Winter Games and an office space for the City of Red Deer.
Our work included asbestos abatement; bathroom modernizations; window replacements; new finishes; millwork and flooring; new electrical and mechanical systems; and a complete re-roof for the 1965 addition.
Unforeseen obstacles were a daily occurrence on this project due to the age of the building and the lack of historical information. We remained transparent with the client throughout the pre-construction phase as well as during the work, and held regular updates and meetings.
This project is aligned with the work we did on the Gary W Harris Celebration Plaza for the 2019 Canada Winter Games.Back to projects