HWDSB – Scott Park Secondary School and Recreation Complex – Ontario - Project Profile
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Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) is planning to undertake the construction of Scott Park Secondary school and recreation complex project in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
The project involves the construction of a secondary school for 1,250 students and a recreation complex. It includes the construction of retail units, and parking and other related facilities.
In April 2013, HWDSB committed to partner with the city on a new secondary school and recreation complex in the Pan Am neighborhood.
In September 2013, HWDSB received US$31.8 million from the province to build the project.
SVEDAS Architects Inc. and MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects have been appointed as architects.
In March 2016, the Ontario's Court of Appeal has rejected the previous owners appeal to reclaim the property.
The project is facing delay due to lack of funds.
The project involves the construction of a secondary school for 1,250 students and a recreation complex at Scott Park in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
The US$47 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of retail units
2. Construction of parking facilities
3. Construction of other related facilities
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