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From Cape Breton Post – Another step in the process of moving the Nova Scotia Community College’s Marconi Campus is underway, with the issuing of a tender for environmental site assessments and geotechnical assessments for the new location.
From Elevate Magazine – Nova Scotia Community College’s (NSCC) Marconi Campus will soon have a new, contemporary home on downtown Sydney’s waterfront. With a significant investment from the province of Nova Scotia, this move will both strengthen student enrollment and support the revitalization of downtown Sydney.
Government is another step closer to construction of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital’s new emergency department, cancer centre and critical care department. The construction management services contract was awarded today, Jan. 9, to Pomerleau Lindsay Construction Joint Venture, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project.
Government continues to move forward with improving sports and recreation facilities in New Waterford, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project. LAT49 Architecture Inc. has been awarded the contract to design and rebuild two sports fields and recreation facilities that are being relocated in New Waterford, today, Dec. 16.
The province is taking another important step to make way for the construction of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital expansion, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project. Today, Dec. 4, the province approved funding of $2.6 million to relocate one of the parking lots at the back of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital. The parking lot, which is closest to the building, has 238 spaces. The spaces will be moved across the street from the current Cape Breton Cancer Centre.
From CANS – The vision of the Marconi Campus Relocation projects is to create a campus with a dynamic learning environment that will attract students from across the province. It will have a modern design, open spaces and state-of-the-art technology and contribute to the revitalization of the downtown.
Government has issued a request for proposal for the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project that will result in improved health-care services in North Sydney. A request for proposal for design services to build a new, modern community health centre, a 60-bed long-term care home and laundry centre in Northside Business Park was issued today, Nov. 19.
Government is inviting bids from companies interested in managing the construction of a major expansion at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital. The Cape Breton Regional Hospital is getting a new emergency department, critical care department and cancer centre. All three services will be part of the new 190,000 square-foot building to be built at the back of the hospital as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment project.