PCL along with Glenco Electric will design and replace the old Valleyview Pavilion with a new building that will provide multi-disciplinary mental health services for British Columbians.
The B.C. government is investing $75 million in this new building, which will accommodate the Ministry of Children and Family Development’s Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre for Youth, which includes a complex care unit and a provincial outreach team. The building will also house Community Living BC’s Provincial Assessment Centre for people with developmental disabilities and concurrent mental health and or substance use disorders.
The design of both buildings will be consistent with the vision for renewing the Riverview Lands, developed by BC Housing after two years of public consultation. BC Housing is currently undertaking a Riverview Lands Master Planning process that embraces a sustainable, inclusive community that supports mental health and wellness.