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Pickering Museum Village Foundation to fund Feasibility Study for New Visitors Centre

Posted on Wednesday April 02, 2014

The Pickering Museum Village Foundation Inc. (the “Foundation”) is currently seeking proposals from qualified professionals to undertake and develop a feasibility and business case assessment study for a Pickering Museum Village Site and a new Visitor Services Centre to be located at the Pickering Museum Village (PMV) in the City of Pickering, Ontario, Canada.

The proposed “PMV Visitor Services Center”, in its final form, is envisioned to be a visible, scalable structure to include museum exhibit space, collection storage, conservation lab, artefact holding/quarantine area, multi-purpose space, small auditorium, museum resource centre, washroom facilities, office space, gift shop, ATM, parking and snack bar/catering facility.

For more information on the RFP, please visit the Pickering Museum Village Foundation website at www.pmvf.ca


As the gateway city to the east GTA, Pickering (population 94,000) is strategically located where Toronto, York and Durham Regions meet.  Pickering is an affluent community that is steeped in history, natural beauty and small town charm with all the amenities and services that a big city has to offer.  The City of Pickering is considered a municipal leader in fiscal management, service delivery, sustainability and the environment; and offers a wealth of sports, leisure and recreation opportunities to its residents.  Pickering has been recognized by Profit magazine as one of the ten best cities in Canada for growth companies and received the 2008 FCM-CH2M Hill Sustainable Community Planning Award. 

Media Contact:
Tanya Ryce
Supervisor, Cultural Services  |  Culture & Recreation Department
905.420.4660 ext. 3603  |   1.866.683.2760    TTY 905.420.1739