Library and Archives Canada wins award at 2019 National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in Public-Private Partnerships

Front row, from left : Albert Iwasaki (Senior Vice President, Project Delivery, Plenary Group), Angela Clayton (Group Head – Buildings Division, Plenary Group), Scott Hamilton (Director General, Real Property, Library and Archives Canada) and Nathalie Éthier (Project Director, Gatineau 2 Project, Library and Archives Canada). Second row: David Hudock (Manager, Business Development, PCL Construction) and Olivier Caron (Manager, P3 Procurement Directorate, Public Services and Procurement Canada).

On November 18, Library and Archives Canada’s (LAC) Gatineau 2 Project team won the Silver Project Development Award at the annual conference of the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships.

This award recognizes the outstanding work done over recent years by LAC staff and Plenary Properties Gatineau, the consortium in charge of the project, to make the new preservation facility a reality. The building is currently under construction behind the existing Preservation Centre in Gatineau, Quebec.

Construction of this state-of-the-art facility and improvements to the existing Preservation Centre will allow LAC to ensure access to Canada’s documentary heritage for many years to come.

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