[ Current Projects | Completed Projects | Future Projects ]
A project is considered approved once Ministry of Education funding is committed. Normally, a public announcement by the Ministry of Education indicates support to prepare and submit a Project Definition Report (PDR). The projects on this list have received the funding required to proceed into design and construction.
- The completion/occupancy dates in this report are target dates only and subject to change as the projects proceed.
- This progress chart is updated following each board meeting.
Jun. 8, 2020
Apr. 6, 2020
|Aug. 12, 2021||Completed|
|Aug. 12, 2021|
March 30, 2021
|#048 Kwantlen Park Secondary|
|Feb 22, 2023||In process||Spring 2025||0%||Fall 2027|
|#150 Tamanawis Secondary|
|May 10, 2023||In process||Fall 2025||0%||Spring 2028|
|#047 Guilford Park Secondary|
|May 26, 2023||In process||Fall 2025||0%||Fall 2028|
BUILDING ENVELOPE PROJECTS
|#157 Coyote Creek|
|#022 Queen Elizabeth|
|SUPPORTED PROJECTS (Pending Ministry of Education Funding Approval)|
|#167 Fleetwood Park Secondary|
|#175 Clayton Heights|
|#183 Forsyth Road|
*This column represents the percentage of the contract value that has been paid out to the contractor.
Following approval of the funding agreement with the Ministry of Education, the design stage begins.
Sketch plans/schematic design is the preliminary design concept. The sketch plan then advances a more detailed design, used to secure City of Surrey development/building permits. These designs are included in the bid tender package.
When a project's design is complete, it is put to tender. Construction firms bid for the contract agreement to perform the work.
After the project has been awarded to the successful bidder, construction can begin. This stage has many varying factors that affect the amount of time required to finish a project.
In this stage the new development is ready to be furnished, fit and occupied. While the building is now being used as planned, minor work continues.