The new Centennial Secondary School is set to open to students next week. Read more about the new school in the Tri-City News.
Thinkspace has been retained by Provincial Health Services Authority for the design and construction of the replacement of the CT scanner at the Vancouver BC Cancer Agency. The existing CT scanner, located on the third floor of the BC Cancer Agency Vancouver Centre is to be replaced with a relocated Siemens unit. Renovations are required to accommodate the installation of the relocated CT scanner. The scope of work includes consultant services from schematic design through to project close-out. The ability to minimize disruption to the BC Cancer Agency is of the utmost concern. The schedule and phasing has been coordinated to allow for continuous uninterrupted use of the facility from design through to construction completion. The project is targeted for November 2017 completion.
Thinkspace has been retained by Interior Health Authority for the design and construction of a renovation project consisting of existing rooms within the KGH Royal Building in the Medical Imaging department. The Multipurpose room project includes the removal of the existing equipment, complete demolition of the room including a washroom. The newly designed space will include all new finishes and coordination of new unistruts and ceiling lift. The renovation to the General Radiographic System is a project running concurrently with the Multipurpose System and will replace a general X-ray system in the Medical Imaging Department with a new General Rad System. The projects are targeting completion for May 2018.