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Local hospital design honoured at Queen's Park

The hospital was one of eight projects selected to be showcased at the Legislature
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The North Bay Regional Health Centre was the first hospital in Ontario to be built under a public-private construction model.

The North Bay Regional Health Centre and architect Brian Bertrand were acknowledged in a Queen’s Park ceremony today after being nominated for the recognition by Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli.

The hospital was one of eight projects selected to be showcased at the Legislature by the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), which is celebrating World Architecture Day.

Earlier this summer, the OAA invited MPPs to nominate a favourite building within their riding to highlight the diversity of architecture across the province. In total, 35 projects were submitted for consideration this year.

“It was my pleasure to be able to advocate for the Regional Health Centre’s nomination, and it’s thrilling they were recognized here today.  I offer them my heartfelt congratulations,” said Fedeli.

 



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