Bruce Power Office Complex and Training Facility

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    Kincardine, ON

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About the Bruce Power Office Complex and Training Facility Project

The 129,000 square feet building is located on 7.1 hectares in Kincardine, Ontario. It contains offices and specialized training space that are vital to the success of the Bruce Power Major Component Replacement projects, ultimately supporting the Government of Ontario’s long-term energy plan. The refurbishment of the Bruce Power nuclear reactors will occur on six of eight reactors through 2033, beginning in 2020 with Unit 6. These projects will extend the life of the Bruce Power site to 2064.

The new building features a two-story office area with classrooms, amenities, and facilities for the nearly 500 employees. This includes a one-story, high-bay shop with storage and training space for 150 workers.  

The facility opened in February 2019 with a 25-year project concession period concluding in 2044.

The Bruce Power Office Complex and Training Facility project utilizes a public-private partnership model with Bruce Power LP. The contract value has not been publicly disclosed.

Concert Infrastructure is proud to be working with Concert Realty Services Ltd. to deliver this project during the operations phase.

Concert Infrastructure's Involvement

In December 2017, Concert Infrastructure secured the opportunity to lead deliver the Bruce Power Office Complex and Training Facility through a modified design, build, finance and maintain model over a term of 26.5 years.

Concert Infrastructure holds a 100% equity interest in BPCOCP Partnership, the project company responsible for the delivery and management of the project.

About Concert Infrastructure

Concert Infrastructure is an independent, long-term investor, developer, and manager of public infrastructure projects across Canada, and has been successful in forming strong strategic partnerships and securing solid investment opportunities for our pension plan investors.

Concert Infrastructure approaches each project with the intention of remaining a partner for the duration of the concession period, valuing long-term, stable returns for our ten Canadian union and management pension fund unitholders.

Concert Infrastructure invests Canadian dollars in Canadian projects that span today five provinces and territories. Over 80% of our facilities meet the LEED Gold or Silver sustainable building standard.

Concert Infrastructure is part of the broader Concert group of companies, that include Concert Real Estate Corporation and Concert Properties - a Canadian real estate company with over 30 years of industry leading investment, development, and management experience.

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