The 85,573 ft2 Sacred Heart School project was built using a multi-phase approach to minimize the disruption to the students, staff and community. Phase 1 consisted of the new school for 600 children, with the ability to add future portables for another 100 children; Phase 2 consisted of a new gym and demolition of the old school, and Phase 3 was the demolition of the old church and construction of the playground.
The new school is a three-storey structural steel building with a number of program areas including: learning studios, offices, staff room, washrooms, lounge area, library/media centre, breakout rooms, elevator, mechanical room, kitchen, multipurpose/commons area and a 51 child daycare. Throughout construction the existing school remained operational. Careful planning, ensuring safety of all, and skillful execution by Westridge was required to successfully deliver this unique mandate. Sacred Heart School was certified LEED gold in 2019.
Regina Catholic Schools
Stantec Architecture Ltd.