Photo: (Right) Pat Pimm, MLA and Tom Sparrow, Project Manager for Northern Health look over one of three kiosks at the new Interpretive Centre for the new Fort St. John Hospital. Brent Hodson/Energeticcity.ca
Today, Northern Health unveiled the new Interpretive Centre on the walking path near the 86th street crosswalk to keep Fort St. John up to date on the new Hospital project. This centre features 3 kiosks with each one detailing aspects of the project. You can see an overview of the layout of the project or see how the project is progressing with the construction schedule there that will be updated every few months.
Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm thought the centre was great as residents can see more information on the project and how these kiosks keeps the openness of the project as anyone can now stop by to see the project progress over the next 3 years.
Project Director of the Hospital for Northern Health, Tom Sparrow said the centre is in a safe environment so people can see the schedule and the site plan for the project and gain a clearer understanding of what the new acute care and residential care facility will be for Fort St. John and British Columbia. Sparrow mentioned that due to the warmer weather over the past month, that the project is actually 3 weeks ahead of schedule.
Tom Sparrow will be a guest speaker at the upcoming Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Tuesday, November 24 where he will provide them with a more detailed explanation of how the project is progressing and how it will benefit the area on an economic viewpoint.
Photo: This is just 1 of the 3 kiosks on site at the Interpretive Centre. This one gives an overview of the layout of the site. Brent Hodson/Energeticcity.ca