Volume 13, Number 5 October 21, 2005

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New building slated for Innovation Place

Construction on facility is to start immediately.

Construction on facility is to start immediately.

The provincial government announced Oct. 14 that a new $25-million, five-storey office building will be built in Innovation Place, the successful 25-year-old research park adjacent to the U of S operated by the Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation (SOCO).

SOCO President Doug Tastad said the 151,000-sq-ft. building, to be called 121 Research Drive, will be located in the northeast corner of the park facing north on Research Drive and fairly near Preston Avenue.

Construction will start immediately and the facility should be ready for occupancy in late-summer 2007. Sixty per cent of its space is already committed.


For more information, contact communications.office@usask.ca


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