The Centre for Discovery and Innovation (CDI) at Cape Breton University (CBU) will sustain CBU for future generations and drive population growth and the economic health of the entire Island.
In 2019, CBRM began exploring possible treatment plants in Glace Bay and Port Morien, along with Battery Point disinfection system upgrades. This is in keeping with federal wastewater regulations, which dictate that effluent emptying into waterways must be treated by 2020. Government funding has since been secured and plans confirmed for new sewage treatment plants in Glace Bay and Port Morien.
Adsum for Women & Children is announcing the launch of the ‘Sunflower’ – a development project in Lakeside that will construct 25 homes for women, families and gender-expansive folks who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.
The 12,000-square-foot, climate-controlled warehouse will serve as a storage space for Health PEI’s pandemic readiness supplies. That will include personal protective equipment such as gloves, gowns and masks, as well as wipes, sanitizers, syringes and bedding
Although great progress had been made in Phases I – III, some work scheduled for 2020 has been delayed due to COVID-19. Site visits are available on request. They are working to start major parts of the work in July and August 2021, providing the government moves forward with its plans to alleviate restrictions.
The redevelopment of the QEII Health Sciences Centre is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to rethink and rebuild the way we deliver health care. It is a massive, multi-year project that’s laying out how we’ll meet the health care needs of Nova Scotians for the next 50 years. It will also allow services to be moved out of the ageing Centennial, Victoria and Dickson buildings on the Victoria General (VG) site of the QEII.
The City of St. John’s is planning to expand its current wastewater treatment facility to include secondary processes. The facility currently serves residents in St. John’s, Mount Pearl and Paradise. The Windsor Lake Wafer Treatment Facility currently treats raw water collected from the Broad Cove River and Windsor Lake watersheds.
As part of the Province’s $85 million investment in new school projects and upgrades, Liverpool Regional Highschool will soon see the addition of a skilled trades building on campus.
Visit CANSnet and search our Project Number NS21-0281 about the open tender for construction on a new visitor information centre in Wolfville, NS.
Visit CANSnet and search our Project Number NS21-0054 for details on the New Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, a part of Halifax’s Waterfront Arts District.