Construction of the Mâmawêyatitân Centre is now over 50 per cent complete, and is well on the way to being finished in late spring 2017.
“Work continues at a steady pace and we’ve maintained our construction schedule,” Jeff Barber, Regina Public Library Director/CEO and Chair of the Owners’ Group, said. “It’s exciting to think that this facility and its services are scheduled to open and be available to the public a year from now.”
Download the full announcement here. Click here to view images taken in the past week.
Construction of the Mâmawêyatitân Centre continues to be on budget and the unique building is well on its way to becoming a reality in North Central Regina. Construction is more than 25 per cent complete, and is expected to finish in late Spring 2017.
“The partner groups are pleased with how the Centre is proceeding,” Jeff Barber, Regina Public Library Director/CEO and Chair of the Owners’ Group, said. “There have been no significant delays and we are on track to open in Spring 2017.”
Download the full announcement here. Click here to view images taken during construction.
Click the link to Images (above) to view photographs from various significant points of the project.
The North Central Community is invited to a celebration for the Mâmawêyatitân Centre on June 10th from 3:30 – 6:30 pm at the Albert Scott Community Centre. Come and see how construction is progressing, grab a burger and talk to the project partners about this exciting project!
On April 17, 2015 the Partners creating the North Central Shared Facility formally announced the new name for the facility now under construction.
Mâmawêyatitân, a Cree word meaning “let’s all be together”, accurately describes the integrated approach to programming that will be used within the facility once it opens in 2017.
Mamaweyatitan Centre name unveiled
Additional links to information related to the announcement and media coverage can be found here:
Joint Press Release
Regina Leader Post Coverage
News Talk 650 Coverage
Global Regina (starts at 5:21)