A Two-Phased Approach
The Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is focusing on a two-phased approach to the design and construction of the Labrador Wellness Centre: 1) aquatics and fitness sections; and 2) ice sports sections. The projected cost of both phases combined is between $42.7 and $58.7 million.
The Town is taking a long-term phased approach, and will first focus on Phase One at a projected cost of $25 million.
The Design & Construction Phases
The Town is taking a long-term phased approach, focusing first on Phase One - the aquatics and fitness sections - at a projected cost of $25 million. This portion of the facility includes: aquatics facilities, multi-purpose gymnasium, walking/running track, fitness centre, community rooms, and childcare centre with space for 60 children.More Info
A Heart for the Community
The YMCA will be creating approximately 35-40 positions (full-time, part-time and youth positions) to operate the aquatics and fitness sections of the facility. They will be providing a number of services including health, fitness, family programs, childcare, employment services and leadership development.More Info