Building Alberta

Alberta Infrastructure works with other ministries to ensure Albertans have the schools, hospitals and other public infrastructure necessary to support a strong economy and meet the needs of a growing population.

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New Royal Alberta Museum

Watch the recent Global News Edmonton story to learn more about the progress of the new museum and the demolition of the old Canada Post Office Building.
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Progress on the new Royal Alberta Museum continues

Alberta Infrastructure honoured by BOMA Calgary

Alberta Infrastructure received two awards at the annual Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Calgary Excellence Awards. “One of our strongest partners in the BOMA BESt program is Alberta Infrastructure. Not only has Alberta Infrastructure attained the largest number of BOMA BESt buildings with 86 buildings certified or in process, it has committed to enhancing its overall environmental performance by taking many of its buildings from Level I certification to Level 2, 3 and some to Level 4,” said BOMA Calgary President and Chief Staff Officer William Partridge.

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Building Canada Plan

On March 28, 2014 the Government of Canada released information about their New Building Canada Plan to the provinces and territories. The New Building Canada Plan, which continues the previous Building Canada Fund, includes an investment of about $942 million into Alberta infrastructure priorities.

The provincial government, led by Alberta Infrastructure, is working with the federal government to clarify the details about the New Building Canada Plan, specifically around process for submission for our province’s infrastructure priorities to meet Albertans’ needs and to maximize the value to all taxpayers.

We will provide more information as soon as it becomes available. Once we have determined the process for how the funds will be used, each Government of Alberta department will work with its stakeholders to administer the Plan. Infrastructure Canada has information about the overall Plan on their website at  

Late Payment Help

If you’ve worked on or supplied equipment, material or services for a Government of Alberta project and money is owed to you, the Alberta Public Works Act may be able to help. 

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Milestone 50th new school announced

A new K-9 Catholic school will provide space for as many as 700 students in the city’s growing Royal Oaks community.

This school is in addition to two other new K-8 schools and the modernizations of Montrose Junior High School and École Nouvelle Frontière also underway in Grande Prairie as part of Premier’s commitment to invest in school infrastructure.

The new Grande Prairie school marks the last of the 50 new and 70 modernized schools promised to Albertans. These 50 new schools alone will create about 38,000 new spaces for Alberta students throughout the province.

Read more about other school projects currently underway and additional details on modernization projects, as they become available. 

Click here for highlights of previous new school announcments