Architects wanted: City sets preliminary timelines for Ottawa's new central library
from CBC News
Architects interested in building Ottawa's long-anticipated new central library, get those resumés ready. A notice of planned procurement posted recently on online tender site MERX sets out the timelines for a "two-stage competitive process" to build the $168 million flagship branch on the eastern edge of LeBreton Flats. According to the notice, the city is looking for a design team that's completed a project of "similar size, scope and complexity" to what's been proposed for the so-called "super library": A 216,000 square-foot facility that the Ottawa Public Library would share with Library and Archives Canada.
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