Backgrounder: Canada and Alberta invest in public infrastructure projects to improve energy efficiency and support local economies

Backgrounder

Backgrounder: Canada and Alberta invest in public infrastructure projects to improve energy efficiency and support local economies

Canada and Alberta invest in public infrastructure projects to improve energy efficiency and support local economies

Joint federal and provincial funding through the Investing in Canada plan will support infrastructure improvements at six provincial buildings in Calgary, Edmonton and Wetaskiwin.

The Government of Canada is investing more than $9.2 million in these projects through the COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream of theInvesting in Canada plan. The Government of Alberta is providing $2.32 million.

Project Information:

Project Title

Project Details

Federal Funding

Provincial Funding

Edmonton and Area Retrofit, Repair, and Upgrade Projects

These projects include retrofits, repairs, and upgrades at three provincial buildings in Edmonton and Wetaskiwin area.

  • The Government Centre will see its cooling centres and controls replaced.
  • The security systems at the Edmonton Remand Centre will be renewed.
  • The Wetaskiwin Courthouse’s roof and flashing will be replaced.

$1,360,000

$340,000

Calgary Retrofit, Replacement, and Upgrade Projects

These projects include retrofits, repairs, and upgrades at three provincial buildings in Calgary.

  • The Calgary Remand Centre will have its chillers, air handling units, and controls replaced.
  • The Old Court of Appeal’s electric heating system will be replaced by high efficiency boilers.
  • The Calgary Correctional Centre will upgrade its fire alarm system and replace exterior window assemblies.

$7,920,000

$1,980,000

 

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