Beginning in 2012, the Yukon Government initiated a series of reviews of government-owned and leased facilities in communities across the Territory. Cornerstone was retained Cornerstone was retained to develop a functional review and development in 12 different communities under four separate contracts. Cornerstone examined the current Yukon Government functions and assessed the potential for change in either volume or scope of services, for a range of facilities including: health centres, fire halls, airports, schools, maintenance stations, and community buildings.
Cornerstone created 20-year asset investment plans including project timelines for all the government-owned facilities in the 12 communities. Redevelopment projects were priorities according to functional and physical condition. The team also developed standards across communities and identified operational and capital efficiencies to support Yukon Government in its operations.