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Abbotsford Law Courts Project

The Province of B.C. is building a new law courts within the City of Abbotsford’s Civic Precinct. The 14-room law courts will include three Supreme Court courtrooms, eight Provincial Court courtrooms and three judicial conference rooms.

Abbotsford Law Courts project

Project Details

Project Description: The Province of B.C. is building a new law courts within the City of Abbotsford’s Civic Precinct.

The 14-room law courts will include three Supreme Court courtrooms, eight Provincial Court courtrooms and three judicial conference rooms. The facility plans also incorporate justice programs like the BC Prosecution Service, Community Corrections, a Justice Access Centre, as well as a parkade to supplement parking requirements for the City of Abbotsford.

The new Abbotsford Law Courts is one of the key court facilities within the Lower Fraser Valley and will play a critical role in the administration of the justice system in this region.

Client: Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services
Project Cost: approximately $150 million
Partner:

Plenary PCL Justice:

  • Plenary Group (Canada) Ltd. (project co-lead and equity provider)
  • PCL Investment Canada Inc. (equity provider)
  • PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc. (design-builder)
  • WZMH Architects (architect)
  • Smith + Andersen (IMIT consultant)
  • Johnson Controls Canada LP (service provider)
Project Status: Under construction
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Milestones

Request for Qualifications issued March 15, 2017
Request for Qualifications closed May 4, 2017
Shortlist announced June 28, 2017
Request for Proposals issued June 29, 2017
Contract award May 30, 2018
Construction to begin July 4, 2018
Construction completed

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

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