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Project: Charlottetown Centre Renovation and Construction of Centre for Applied Science and Technology
Status of Project: Substantially completed
This project involves constructing a Centre for Applied Science and Technology and renovating the Charlottetown Centre.
Primary Areas of Benefit
- Expands or enhances utility of research and development space: The Centre for Applied Science and Technology provides early-stage companies with the infrastructure to conduct research and development with the skilled labour and intellectual capital necessary to commercialize products and technology. Improved and expanded space enable the institution to provide advanced skills development in support of federal and provincial, social and economic policy objectives.
- Expands or enhances utility of training space: Upgrades to the campus allow the institution to accommodate an additional 280 students annually.
- Improves energy efficiency: Upgrades and new construction are estimated to reduce energy usage by 18 percent.
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