February 10, 2023

Commissioning for Community Building!

It’s hard to believe we are already into month two of 2023… Taking a look at our project portfolio, aside from schools (which always keep us very busy!), Community Centres are our top ranking project type in 2023! This is great news, as we love being involved in projects with community building in mind. We all can use as much community building as we can get these days, after a couple years hiatus from such spaces during the pandemic. We also know how important physical activity is to promote healthy minds and bodies. Many of these Community Centres also include for libraries and child care centres, providing much needed resources in any community. Here’s a brief look at these exciting projects that are either in design or under construction:

  • Ethennonnhawahstihnen’ Community Centre, Toronto Public Libary and Child Care, opening in 2023
  • North East Scarborough Community Recreation and Child Care Centre, opening in 2025
  • Muskoka Lumber Community Centre, opening 2024
  • Wasaga Beach Library and Twin Pad Arena, opening 2023
  • King Township Wide Community Centre, opening 2024
  • Western North York Community Centre and Daycare, opening 2027
  • Davisville Aquatic Centre, opening 2025
  • Whitby Sports Complex, opening 2025
  • Tomken Twin Pad Arena Refresh, opening 2023
  • Century Gardens Community Youth Hub, opening 2024
  • Peterborough Community Centre, opening 2024
  • Embleton Community Centre, opening 2025/26
  • Lawrence Heights Community Recreation and Child Care Centre, opening 2027
  • Don Mills Community Recreation Centre, opening 2027
  • West Parry Sound Library and Cultural Hub, opening TBD

This extensive list of projects underway adds to our already long list of completed Community Centres, and we are proud to include such important spaces as projects in our portfolio.

You can check out more of our portfolio HERE.

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Cover rendering provided courtesy of project Architects Perkins&Will.

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