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Monday 28 Jul 2014
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CURRENT PROJECTS

National Recreation Agenda Support Materials

PERC has been retained to develop a Discussion Paper and other background materials for continued evolution of a National Recreation Agenda. The Discussion Paper will be used at the New Brunswick Recreation Round Table in May 2013. PERC has also been retained to develop the Draft National Recreation Agenda subsequent to the Round Table.

Calgary Inner City PAMA Study

The City has retained PERC to undertake a Recreation Program Amenity and Market Assessment for the Inner City neighbourhoods with a focus on two existing recreation facilities in the area. This needs assessment and market analysis will result in positioning for the long term densification of the Inner City area.

City of Trail Parks and Recreation Master Plan

This long range comprehensive Master Plan covers the City as well as the surrounding contributing communities and rural areas.

Campbell River Recreation Review

The City has retained PERC to review and comment on the organizational structure, staffing levels, fees and charges and operating effectiveness of the Recreation Department.

Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam Pool Study

The two neighbouring communities in BC's Lower Mainland have joined together to retain PERC to complete a long term plan for indoor and outdoor aquatic facilities that will be needed in this fast growing area.  John McMurchy will lead the PERC team which will include Kevan Tisshaw and Brian Johnston.

Chilliwack Parks, Recreation and Cultural Master Plan

PERC will prepare its fourth Master Plan for this growing community in BC's Fraser Valley.  Over the past 35 years PERC has completed more than a dozen studies for this municipality, including three previous ten year Plans. This is the first time PERC has been retained for four consecutive ten year plans in any community. Brian and Don Hunter will work on this project together.

Sturgeon Partnership Recreation Master Plan

This consortium of six municipalities within the boundaries of the County of Sturgeon, just north of Edmonton, has retained Stantec and PERC to undertake a Recreation Master Plan for the region. The Plan will focus on a fair and equitable funding formula for financing recreation amenities, almost all of which are within the five incorporated communities within the County. Brian and Don Hunter will lead PERC efforts in support of Stantec for this project.

Whistler Cultural Plan

PERC has been retained to do the second Whistler Cultural Master Plan after completing the resort community's first 10 Year Cultural Plan in 2002. The challenge of this Plan is to find consensus between the three distinct and separate categories of stakeholders; namely the residents, the recreational property owners and the tourists. Margo Gram, PERC's newest Associate, will work with Brian on this project.