Graham is proud to announce that we’ve been awarded the New Moose Jaw Joint Use School project.
The New Moose Jaw Joint Use School serves the Prairie South School Division and Holy Trinity Catholic School Division in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan–where Graham originated in 1926. The school will be a 110,000 sqft, 3 story, steel structure with hollow core slabs. Accommodating 900 students, the school will also include a regulated childcare facility with capacity for 51 children.
Both sides of the facility will include adaptable state-of-the-art learning environments, separate gymnasiums, and a shared community resource space. The facility will also include learning stairs, which offers a formal and informal area for gathering, teaching, socializing, and performing in a flexible, amphitheater-style environment.
Moose Jaw Joint Use School will consolidate Sacred Heart, St. Mary’s, Empire, and Westmount elementary schools from across both Holy Trinity Catholic School Division (HTCSD) and Prairie South School Division (PSSD), which were nearing the end of their lifespan.
Project commencement is summer 2023, with completion set for fall 2025.