Meadowvale Redevelopment

Meadowvale Community Centre and Library Redevelopment

 

 

Welcome to the Meadowvale Community Centre and Library Redevelopment website. Through its Strategic Plan and the Community Services Future Directions plan for recreation, the City of Mississauga is committed to evaluating its programs and services, as well as building and maintaining facilities and infrastructure to meet the changing needs of our community.

A renovated Meadowvale Community Centre and Library is scheduled to reopen to the public this coming fall 2016.

The renovations allow us to provide additional recreation programs while updating and replacing the building's aging systems. As well, Meadowvale Library will be moved to the community centre from the nearby Meadowvale Town Centre. The community centre will have a larger fitness program area, new meeting rooms and program space, a new gym and a new therapeutic pool.

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Status as of April 2016

Information below is current as of the date identified. Information, including the date and status for each phase may change throughout the project.

Phase Date Status
Consultant sourced Sept. 2011 Completed
General Contractor sourced Sring 2014 Completed
Program development Spring 2013 Completed
Schematic design May 2013 Completed
Design development June 2013 Completed
Contract Documentation Spring 2014 Completed
Site plan approval June 2013 Completed
Tendering Spring 2014 Completed
Construction start July 2014 July 21, 2014
Construction completion Fall 2016 On Schedule
Open to the public Fall 2016 On Schedule
Official opening event Oct. 22, 2016 To Follow

Fall 2015

Birds Eye View
Library

Summer 2015

Birds Eye View
Aug 28, 2015
Therapeutic Pool
Stairs Entrance
Fitness
Library

Plans and Renderings

Elevations
East Exterior
West Exterior
Level 1 Plan
Level 2 Plan
Library
Lobby
Site Plan

Estimated Cost

$37.0 million

Architect

Perkins+Will Canada

Contractors

Aquicon Construction Company Ltd.

Background

According to the City of Mississauga's Strategic Plan, one of the City's strategic goals is to build and maintain its infrastructure for its citizens for generations to come. Sound, functional and attractive buildings, facilities, roads, transit, public and open spaces are integral to completing our neighbourhoods as we build a City for the 21st century.

The Meadowvale Community Centre was officially opened in January 1982, and facility improvements were made to the lobby and fitness centre since that time. The original building was 43,500 square feet, including a pool, fitness centre with racquetball and squash courts, meetings rooms (including a large auditorium) and lobby space.

Objectives/Benefits

The redeveloped Meadowvale Community Centre will expand and improve recreation programming, public accessibility and replace building systems at the end of their 30 year life cycle. Also, it is an opportunity to co-locate the Meadowvale Library to this site. Expanded features will enhance the comfort, convenience and safety for facility users as well as increase operational and program efficiencies for the City.

Once completed, residents will enjoy the benefits of:

  • Improved security and control access points
  • An improved and integrated fitness space
  • New meeting rooms and program space
  • A new gymnasium
  • A new therapeutic pool

The Meadowvale Community Centre will also be the City of Mississauga's first Community Centre to pursue a LEED certification and building a greener and sustainable community.

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