Versatile, less expensive floor for Summit Centre
The question at the recent General Committee Meeting wasn't asking if the floor in the auditorium of the Canada Summit Centre is in need of repair, but what material should be used moving forward.
The options on the table were an adhesive, commercial-grade rubber tile which, as Simone Babineau confirmed, “would be more durable and require less maintenance,” compared to tile similar to the original installation. This quote came in at $47,500.
The winning choice is an Adhesive VCT Tile flooring which the town says offers the best of both worlds: versatility of function and a lower price tag of only $23,791.41. The cost of the new floor will be funded from the Facilities Capital Reserve.
By Jennifer Turney, for HuntersBayRadio.com
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