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Saskatchewan to build nine schools using P3 model

🕔 October 24, 2013
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The Government of Saskatchewan, Canada, announced two days ago it will build nine new joint-use schools through a Public Private Partnership (P3). These schools will be located in communities experiencing unprecedented growth including: Saskatoon, Regina, Warman and Martensville.

The government said the the P3 model will enable the province to build more schools in less time than the typical funding and procurement approach would allow.  The government will soon undergo due diligence to determine the best approach for moving forward.

Saskatoon Public School Division Board Chair Ray Morrison said:

"Saskatoon Public Schools has seen unprecedented growth in the last few years. With new neighbourhoods being built, we need to ensure we can provide the right facilities to support learning for our students."

The 2013 budget committed nearly $120 million to maintain existing schools, and responded to the need for additional space as a result of the increased enrolments throughout the province.

The state of Saskatchewan is getting very active in P3 projects during this year 2013. The state has launched several tender processes throughout this year:

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