The North Bay Community and Recreation Centre is now fully designed and has been tendered to pre-qualified contractors.
Work by the design team from MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects Ltd. and North Bay’s Mitchell Jensen Architects has included stakeholder consultation, public information sessions and Council updates. The multi-use facility will be fully integrated with the existing Steve Omischl Sports Complex at 1105 Lakeshore Drive.
The facility will be accessible to all and will prioritize environmental sustainability through a net-zero-carbon design, which also incorporates multi-season use, multi-functionality, and integration between indoor and outdoor spaces.
The North Bay Community and Recreation Centre will replace the aging West Ferris Arena, ensuring that the City continues to provide the community with recreational services and opportunities within an improved and modernized facility. The new facility will add an ice pad to the City's existing inventory, helping to better meet demand as demonstrated through public consultation and the findings of a Multi-use Recreational Facility (MURF) Feasibility Study.
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Visualize the future facility through a variety of architectural renderings created by the design team.
Review related documents, staff reports and presentations used to inform and guide the project planning process.