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Operations Centre

The official opening of the Riverview Operations Centre at 300 Robertson Street took place on April 29, 2017.

It serves as a central location for the Town of Riverview's engineering and public works staff and the parks and facilities division, and includes three radiating wings: administration, service bays and vehicle storage; as well as outlying facilities for salt storage, cold storage and fuel tanks.

The project was budgeted, designed and built to meet modern and sustainable building standards. Expansion potential is possible on the 15 acre site, however the building is designed to accommodate planned growth without renovation for the next 25 years.

Architectural firm exp received the ACEC-NB Pinnacle award, celebrating excellence in engineering for its work on the Riverview Operations Centre.

With final costs tallied, the project finished significantly (9.4%) below budget at $15,018,405 (saving $1.56M).

Project: Construction of a 5345 square metre operations centre to serve as a central location for engineering and public works staff, and the parks and facilities division. The new centre will include administration space that meets all operational and safety standards and proper storage for the town's vehicle and equipment fleet valued at $8 million. 

Project Stats:

  • Main building -  5345 square meters (57,535 square feet)
  • Sand/salt shed - 1091 square meters (11,744 square feet)
  • Cold storage for construction materials - 758 square meters (8,159 square feet)

Project Costs:

Riverview Town Council approved expenditures for this project in the 2015 budget for a total cost of $16,575,000. Construction costs for the building were awarded to Foulem Construction in June 2015 for $13.3 million.


  • Town Project Manager: Michel Ouellet (P.Eng.)
  • Architect: A consortium of Exp and RDH 
  • Construction/Project Manager: Foulem Construction