Design, build, finance and operation of 9 new schools in Edmonton, Canada and 9 new schools in Calgary, Canada, with space to educate more than 12,000 students.
The school design consists of a core area, with additional modular units that can be moved between schools according to demographics and demand.
Revenues are availability-based and paid by the Province of Alberta.
The Alberta Schools project has been recognized in several awards, including by CCPPP (11th National Awards for Innovation and Excellence), by Project Finance Magazine (2008 North American Social Infrastructure Deal of the Year), by the Government of Alberta (2008 Premier’s Award of Excellence Gold Recipient), and by Summit Magazine (2008 Leadership in Public Procurement Award).
Initial project cost