The Water Resource Centre includes a greenhouse that uses innovative organic processes to filter waste products as a key feature of the treatment process. The design ensures the facility will integrate well with the surrounding neighbourhood and the adjacent Sechelt Marsh park.
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The building is awarded the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold standard.
Funding for this $24.9 million project was provided from a variety of sources.
- Contribution from the shíshálh Nation -
- Senior Government Grants - $12,200,000
- District reserves - $1,219,500
- Debt - $7,400,000
- Development Cost Charges - $1,488,000
- Architectural Innovation from Architectural Institute of British Columbia - 2018
- Southern Interior Construction Association (SICA) – 2016 Innovation Award
- Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) – 2016 Sustainable Communities Award
- Canadian Design Build Institute (CDBI) – 2016 – Grand Winner – Awards of Excellence
- Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC-BC) – 2016 Award of Excellence
- Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC – 2016 Environmental Award
- Canadian Construction Association (CCA) – 2015 Environmental Achievement Award