B+H Lands Two Projects on the Top 100 List

January 14, 2014

Two of our projects — Mosaic Stadium (pictured above) and Corner Brook Regional Hospital — have been included on the list of Canada's Biggest Infrastructure Projects, curated by ReNew Canada magazine. Landing at the 72nd and 81st spots respectively, the list features the country’s biggest infrastructure projects by cost.

B+H is the Architect of Record for Mosaic Stadium at Evraz Place, the iconic keystone project of the city’s Regina Revitalization Initiative and new home of the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders. It will be the most significant new building in the city in the last 20 years and will be purposefully integrated into the city’s masterplan through relationships to outdoor public space, including a planned linear park extending from Evraz Place East to the city centre.

Acting as a member of the Corner Brook Care Team, B+H is the Prime Consultant for the Corner Brook Regional Hospital. The design and construction team also includes Montgomery Sisam Architects, PCL Construction and Marco Builders of Atlantic Canada. The team represents the nation’s foremost experts in healthcare design and construction, working— through an integrated design process—to deliver an innovative, high-performance facility.

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B+H is the Architect of Record for the new Mosaic Stadium at Evraz Place, the iconic keystone project of the city’s Regina Revitalization Initiative and new home of the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders. With a standard capacity of 33,000 spectators which is expandable to 40,000, the flexible design will allow the stadium to host a variety of events. - See more at: http://www.bharchitects.com/en/projects/399#sthash.v9cdeW72.dpuf
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