Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Moose Jaw campus receives $12M from provincial government

The Saskatchewan Government has announced significant construction projects totaling $17 million at post-secondary institutions across the province. This includes renovations to Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Moose Jaw Campus to increase usability and safety for students, faculty and staff.

“Thank you to the Government of Saskatchewan for their $12 million investment in Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Moose Jaw Campus,” says Dr. Larry Rosia, president and CEO. “This money will be used to renovate Construction, Electrical, Welding, Automotive and Civil Water program areas and mezzanines.”

Renovations will make the mezzanines more adaptable to student and faculty’s changing educational needs and will provide opportunity for future growth.

Construction is expected to begin this year and all projects will be completed by the spring of 2022, supporting the province’s Growth Plan commitment to build strong communities by investing $30 billion in infrastructure over the next decade.