ACTIVE LIVING CENTRE FEASIBILITY STUDY

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ACTIVE LIVING CENTRE FEASIBILITY STUDY

Project objective: ‘To find an indoor facility mix that meets the current and future needs of a growing community and has the opportunity to attract new residents and visitors to the Greater Vernon area.’

The 2018 Recreation Master Plan indicated the need for facility development and specifically the need for the following facilities as the highest priority:

  • Aquatic Centre (a NEW pool to increase aquatic use capacity, upgrade existing pool features)
  • Gymnasium(s)
  • Dedicated Program Spaces
  • Fitness Space
  • Indoor Walking / Running Track

Based on community input, the Feasibility Study has outlined a Preferred Design Option for the development of a new Active Living Centre and is determining associated costs to build and operate.

PREFERRED DESIGN OPTION AND COSTING REPORT

WHAT WE HEARD REPORT

FaulknerBrowns Architects worked with the Feasibility Study Committee to develop a preferred design option that considers:

  • Amenities aligned with the facility priority recommendations identified in the Greater Vernon Recreation Master Plan.
  • Synergies of use and Community Support for one location vs two
  • What We Heard from the Community through public engagement

Below are conceptual designs for the proposed Active Living Centre facility.

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For more information, please contact: Doug Ross 250-550-3687

Project objective: ‘To find an indoor facility mix that meets the current and future needs of a growing community and has the opportunity to attract new residents and visitors to the Greater Vernon area.’

The 2018 Recreation Master Plan indicated the need for facility development and specifically the need for the following facilities as the highest priority:

  • Aquatic Centre (a NEW pool to increase aquatic use capacity, upgrade existing pool features)
  • Gymnasium(s)
  • Dedicated Program Spaces
  • Fitness Space
  • Indoor Walking / Running Track

Based on community input, the Feasibility Study has outlined a Preferred Design Option for the development of a new Active Living Centre and is determining associated costs to build and operate.

PREFERRED DESIGN OPTION AND COSTING REPORT

WHAT WE HEARD REPORT

FaulknerBrowns Architects worked with the Feasibility Study Committee to develop a preferred design option that considers:

  • Amenities aligned with the facility priority recommendations identified in the Greater Vernon Recreation Master Plan.
  • Synergies of use and Community Support for one location vs two
  • What We Heard from the Community through public engagement

Below are conceptual designs for the proposed Active Living Centre facility.