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Depot Master Plan - Frobisher, St. Clair, Suez, Black Lake & Whitefish

Presented To: City Council
Presented: Tuesday, Aug 14, 2018
Report Date: Tuesday, Jul 31, 2018
Type: Presentations

Ce rapport est disponible en anglais seulement conformément aux exigences de la Politique sur les services en français de la Ville du Grand Sudbury.
Signed By

Report Prepared By
Jonathan Clark
Subdivision/Site Plan Control Engineer
Digitally Signed Jul 31, 18

Division Review
David Shelsted
Director of Infrastructure Capital Planning Services
Digitally Signed Jul 31, 18

Financial Implications
Apryl Lukezic
Co-ordinator of Budgets
Digitally Signed Jul 31, 18

Recommended by the Department
Tony Cecutti
General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure
Digitally Signed Aug 1, 18

Recommended by the C.A.O.
Ed Archer
Chief Administrative Officer
Digitally Signed Aug 1, 18


For Information Only

Relationship to the Strategic Plan / Health Impact Assessment

The City of Greater Sudbury, through Council's Corporate Strategic Plan (2015-2018) is committed to responsive, fiscally prudent, open governance.

The proposed recommendation plans a new centralized administration office with adequate meeting spaces required to create collaborative work spaces. The improved centralized depots for each service zone will promote the health and safety of depot staff by providing adequate dry facilities, and creating muster rooms for daily staff deployment training on site. 


Report Summary

In 2015, the City of Greater Sudbury conducted a Facility Rationalization Study. The study recommended closing several public works depots and renovating or modifying numerous other existing facilities. This report carries forward the Facility Rationalization Study and related building condition reviews and identify opportunities to develop efficient and long-term site planning and building infrastructure solutions to support Linear Infrastructure Services, Environmental Services, Water / Waste Water Services, Infrastructure Capital Planning Services and Engineering Services.

Financial Implications

There are no direct financial implications from this report.  There are funds of $5 million allocated from 2018 and previous Capital Budgets to complete the Phase 1 and 2 detailed design for this project.  The construction cost of each of the facilities will be included within the Capital Prioritization process for the 2020 Capital Budget.