Canada Post Corporation - Mail Sorting Facility

The facility is the company’s first new mail processing plant in more than 20 years and is a part of an overall investment of $160 million in the city. The new plant is situated on 27 acres of land near the James Armstrong Richardson Airport, replacing the 52-year-old plant in downtown Winnipeg.

The new facility houses a 250,000 square foot mail sorting plant; features 41 dock loading bays; and has 25,000 square feet of office space.

In addition to housing state-of-the-art technology, the new processing facility is the company’s first plant to be registered a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building. It has been designed with special considerations for employees’ health and safety. This design-build was completed over a 12 month time period.

Specs

  • Contractor/Client:
    Caspian Construction
  • Role:
    Design Build
  • Completed:
    2009

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