|CLIENT:||Government of Saskatchewan|
|CONTRACT TYPE:||Design-Build- Finance-Maintain|
|Project SIZE:||18 Schools on Nine Joint-Use Sites|
The Joint Use Mutual Partnership (JUMP) is a consortium led by Concert Infrastructure, Bird-Wright Joint Venture, and Johnson Controls, in partnership with SaskBuilds. The team is dedicated to working with the province to deliver the 18 schools on nine sites in Saskatchewan by 2017.
Six new joint-use schools will be located in Saskatoon in the Evergreen, Hampton Village, Rosewood and Stonebridge neighbourhoods, as well as the communities of Martensville and Warman. Together with three new joint-use schools coming to Regina, this represents the largest new schools project in Saskatchewan’s history.
The new schools will accommodate 11,100 students from pre-kindergarten to Grader 8 — 3,300 in Regina, 5,700 in Saskatoon and 2,100 in Martensville and Warman. Each joint‐use site will include two schools: one public and one Catholic, along with a 90‐space childcare centre and community space. Joint-use schools will be co-located so that they share a roof and spaces such as gymnasiums and multipurpose rooms.