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    Coronation Community Recreation Centre | ?m | ?s | City of Edmonton | Dub Architects

    Unfortunately, due to site logistics, both existing and proposed utilities to the main building partially run underneath the existing tennis courts. Additionally, the intent is to preserve and protect as many of the existing trees as possible and lessen the overall disturance to the green space...
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    Coronation Community Recreation Centre | ?m | ?s | City of Edmonton | Dub Architects

    Thank you! I work in the general contracting industry and I was involved in this project during its tendering phase (hence I have access to all the drawings).
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    Coronation Community Recreation Centre | ?m | ?s | City of Edmonton | Dub Architects

    Those Tennis courts will be replaced with new ones where the existing Coronation Arena stands (this building will also be demolished)
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    Coronation Community Recreation Centre | ?m | ?s | City of Edmonton | Dub Architects

    My friend who works on this project in Clark Builders has confirmed that these courts will be replaced with new ones as part of the project.
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    Coronation Community Recreation Centre | ?m | ?s | City of Edmonton | Dub Architects

    The $153 mil costs the includes of the total cost of the project including the engineering design, consultation, as well as a new tennis court and the demolition of the existing coronation arena. Even though the costs have inflated since first announced, the budget--at least for the...
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    Coronation Community Recreation Centre | ?m | ?s | City of Edmonton | Dub Architects

    My friends works for Clark Builders and I can confirm that Clark Builders was awarded GC for this contract. They are suppose to start right away and the project will take over the 2 1/2 years. This project is definitely one of a kind and "world class"---at least in the world of Triathlon. The...

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