Three Hills Aquatic Centre gets extensive retrofit

Site Supervisor Chris Murray of Greenough Construction, left, with Three Hills Director of Operations and Infrastructure Mike Glavin July 21 at the Aquatic Center retrofit project. ECA Review/D. Nadeau

The Town of Three Hills is spending $584,000 to retrofit and repair its 33-year-old Aquatic Centre.

Mike Glavin, Director of Operations and Infrastructure, said the upgrades will address deterioration and moisture-related issues with the roof and walls.

 “The roof leaks,” he said, “its membrane is stretching and we have heat loss through exterior walls.”

In addition to a new R-30 roof, the two-month project sees metal siding replacing exterior brick walls.

At its April 14, 2020, meeting, Kneehill County council approved a $200,000 grant request from the Town of Three Hills for the upgrades.

Glavin said the wall retrofit will cost approximately $223,000 and the roof project $242,000.

The wall contract went to Greenough Construction in Edmonton and the roofing contract was won by Airdrie’s Top Roof and Exteriors.


David Nadeau

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