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Coast Mountain College Student Housing Project

Coast Mountain College offers college access programs; small class sizes; health and human services programs; online programs; university credit programs; trades foundation and apprenticeship programs.

Coast Mountain College Student Housing Project

Project Details

Project Description: Established in 1975 in Terrace, B.C., Coast Mountain College (the “Owner”) has expanded to six regional campuses serving 34 communities and seven First Nations (Haida, Tsimshian, Haisla, Nisga’a, Gitxsan, Wet’suwet’en and Tahltan) in northwestern B.C.

Coast Mountain College offers college access programs; small class sizes; health and human services programs; online programs; university credit programs; trades foundation and apprenticeship programs. It also offers innovative and flexible mobile training, reaching communities beyond its campuses.

In order to accommodate students who need to live at the Terrace campus while attending Coast Mountain College, there are currently four student housing buildings in operation with a total capacity of 71 beds. The existing student housing buildings were constructed in the 1970s, and are now beyond their useful life.

The Province has approved funding for the Owner to move forward with the design and construction of a new 108-bed modular student housing complex at the Terrace campus. The Project will:

  1. be procured under a design-build delivery model;
  2. be delivered using modular wood construction; and
  3. meet Step 4 of the B.C. Energy Step Code.
Client: Coast Mountain College
Project Status: Under construction

Milestones

Request for Proposals issued February 27, 2020
Request for Proposals closed April 23, 2020
Contract award May 2020
Construction to begin Summer 2020
Construction completed Summer 2021

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

Project Contacts

Catherine Silman
Partnerships BC
Email: Catherine.Silman@partnershipsbc.ca

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