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Joint-Use Schools Project Webcams and Designs

The public can view the designs and webcams for the 18 elementary schools on nine joint-use sites in Regina, Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman. The designs allow you to see what the school sites and floor plans will look like. The webcams show people real-time progress being made on the construction of all 18 schools.

You can view the designs and webcams for each school here:

Regina

Saskatoon

Martensville

Warman

The new schools are being built using a public-private partnership (P3) model.

Construction is on time and on budget at all nine sites. The schools are scheduled to be completed and ready for students by September 2017.


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