Corner Brook seeking consultants for pool feasibility study
CORNER BROOK — The City of Corner Brook has issued a request for proposals to find an architectural/engineering consultant interested in the preparation of a feasibility study to assess the viability of constructing a new aquatic facility for the Corner Brook/Humber Valley Region. The purpose of the feasibility study is to undertake research and critical analysis to determine a solution to the existing and impending gaps in aquatic facilities in the Corner Brook/Humber Valley region as a means to address the long-term recreational needs of the community.
The study will include a cost analysis of the operational, capital and ongoing sustainability requirements; consider appropriate operational models and present a concept plan for an aquatics centre with a recommended location.
The study is being funded by the city and some surrounding towns, the YMCA of Western Newfoundland Humber Community and the provincial government.
Proposals will be accepted up to noon on July 28.