In 2014 the District worked with a design team to develop a facility design complete with Class A costing estimate of $4.2M, which was subsequently presented to Council who deemed more justification was necessary for such a facility. Cornerstone Planning Group was contracted to undertake a Functional Program and Needs Assessment for the District Public Works and Parks Operations.


Cornerstone’s approach included a utilization analysis, functional facility review and analysis, staff and key stakeholder workshop, functional program development, gap analysis, facility development option analysis, site analysis, and presentation to council.


The outcomes of the study identified two options that would support Public Works and Parks Operations on a pre-existing site owned by the District. Option One was developed to ultimately reduce cost, while Scenario 2 was developed optimizing site flow.

The final Functional Program was presented to council and unanimously approved. The project is going ahead with detailed design, costing, and construction.

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