OTTAWA, ON (May 3, 2018)
– PCL Construction is proud to celebrate the official opening of the new
Applied Research, and Entrepreneurship) District Building.
are very excited and proud to have partnered with Algonquin College on a
project that demonstrates support towards innovative research, specialized
programs, and dynamic learning environments,” said Rob
MacGowan, PCL Construction Manager. “Over the past 16 months our
collaboration with all construction partners helped us bring this project to
life and maintain a strong relationship with a great client like Algonquin
exciting project consisted of renovations, an expansion, and an addition to
Building C on the Woodroffe Campus. The addition will add space for learning,
entrepreneurship, and innovation, while recognizing Indigenous
roots and acting as a gathering place to spark new ideas and lead change.
“We were proud to have PCL Construction
and Colliers International on our team,” said Todd Schonewille, Director of
Physical Resources at Algonquin College. “This was a very complex, long-term
project that involved many stakeholders, tight timelines and some extreme
weather conditions. The end product is a testament to the hard work of the PCL
and Colliers crews.”
At a special grand opening event and ribbon-cutting,
the College will open the doors on the new heart of its Ottawa campus – an
innovative $44.9 million project two years in the making.
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