The Halton District School Board, the Burlington Public Library and the City of Burlington are forming a partnership for a project that stands out among any other community project.
Construction is scheduled to begin late this summer on a three storey public high school, a community library and a public community centre. The Campus will also include the Norton Community Park on the east side of Tim Dobbie Drive. By unifying these facilities and sharing resources, the school board, the library and the city will be able to reduce the overall design and construction costs while providing necessary services to the Alton Village Community. The project is to be completed by fall 2012.
The High School:
- 156,000 square feet (14,493 square metres)
- Expected to house 1,500 students
- Students will have access to the community centre's athletic facilities and the community will have use of the high school's three gymnasiums during evenings and weekends.
- 7,000 square feet (650 square metres)
- Will combine with the school board's 4,478 square feet (416 square metres) library to create a fully integrated library space that serves both students and the community.
- The design provides for multi-generational use and includes flexible space that will take full advatage of new and emerging information technology.
The Community Centre and Park
- 55,500 square feet (5,510 square metres) Community Centre
- Park will feature 2 lit artificial turf sports fields surrounded by an eight-lane track with spectator seating, a water feature, an outdoor multi-use sports courts, a playground, a skate park, an open air pavilion and washrooms
For more information, visit http://www.burlington.ca
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