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Dernière Version: 23 Mars 09. OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION . A bit of history A visual summary of who we are Our mission Guiding principles Facilities 101 How we did finance the project ? The future Summary. A bit of history. Development inspired by the Sport-Études philosophy (80s)

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outline of the presentation
OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION
  • A bit of history
  • A visual summary of who we are
  • Our mission
  • Guiding principles
  • Facilities 101
  • How we did finance the project ?
  • The future
  • Summary
a bit of history
A bit of history
  • Development inspired by the Sport-Études philosophy (80s)
  • Failure to maintain private facilities
  • Trois-Rivières becomes one city (fusion - 140 K citizens)
  • Creation of the NPO
  • Project is launched in 2003 (developed in 3 phases)

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A visual summary of who we are ?

WHO ARE WE ?

Students

CITY

FONDATION

Partners

The community

Schools

Sport federations

Athletes

Sport-Études (ALE)

Activities

Accessibility

Achieving our goals

SERVICES

Associations

Non Profit Org.

Sport Associations

Business people

NPO + Municipal ass.

Companies

SCHOOL

BOARD

Staff

CSAD

our mission
Our mission
  • Help athletes (all levels) and the community practice their sport in (high-quality) facilities which respect the standards set by different sport federations
  • For and by the community !
  • Shared decision-making
  • Board of trustees composed of :

5 community members

2 city members

3 school board members

guiding principles
Guiding principles

Let’s make excellence accessible to all ! How ?

  • By creating an environment which promotes a healthy lifestyle
  • By creating partnerships within our community
  • By making the grade a priority
  • By optimizing the usage of our facilities
  • By being community-oriented (reinvesting in …)
  • By pooling and centralizing sport and health services under one roof
  • By adopting a multidisciplinary and multigenerational focus
  • By establishing durable long term partnerships
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3

2

1

Facilities 101

Phase 1 – 2 – 3

Traning area : 235 000 square feet

Académie Les Estacades

High School

(2000 students)

Sports school:

15 sanctioned sports

6 local sport programs

supervised by level 3 coaches

facilities 101
Facilities 101

1st PHASE – Tennis pavillon In service: OCTOBER 2003

Cost : 4.76 M $

4 Tennis courts, Weight room, Day care, 200 m Track,

Spinning room, 8 Badminton courts, 4 Volleyball courts

Tennis Pavillon

october 2003

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Facilities 101

2nd PHASE: LA SOURCE DU SPORT Pavillon In service: OCT. 2007

Cost: 17.5 M $

Olympic size hockey rink, Business center, Health center,

2 Gymnasiums, Palestra, Food court, Pro shop, Sport lounge, Conference rooms.

Pavillon La Source

October 2007

g n ral suite
GÉNÉRAL (suite)

3rd PHASE : SAPUTO PAVILLON In service: JANUARY 2008

Cost:13.5 M $

Indoor FIFA 2 star synthetic soccer field (100m x 64m),

Football field, 6 virtual golf machines, Indoor baseball pitching mounds

Saputo Pavillon

January 2008

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Facilities 101
  • As of 2009:
    • Total construction cost : 36 M $
    • Over 1 M $ in payroll (over 150 employees)
    • Operating budget 2,6 M $
    • Over 1 M of visitors yearly
    • Our profits are given back to young athletes
    • 15 businesses are present within the center (65 jobs)
    • Hosted a variety of national and international sport events
    • Event management committee
    • 25 year contract with the city
    • Our users range in age from 18 months to 89 years
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How did we finance the project ?

  • Operational phases (1-2-3)
  • For these 3 phases, 84 % of the bill was paid by local income sources !
  • The partnership between the NPO, the city Trois-Rivières and the school commission Chemin-du-Roy is unique and this collaboration maximizes the taxpayer’s $.

*MunicipalRuralInfrastructure Fund (MRIF)

how do we operate
How do we operate ?
  • The process
  • Who governs ?:
    • Shared responsibility between the different partners of our NPO
    • Neutral board of trustees
  • Who is the owner ?
    • Land and infrastructure : Chemin-du-Roy School board.
  • Who borrows?
    • Chemin-du-Roy School board.
  • Who uses ?
    • 2nd and 3rd phase - City uses 94 % of the «Prime time» for the community
    • School board students: 65 % during the day
    • Community, Athletes, Adults…
  • Administration principles ?
    • 25 year contract between us and the city to protect kids access to the facilities
    • The city rents hours for their sports associations
    • The city is a partner for annual financing which helps us reach the break even point
    • The CSAD is responsible for the management of infrastructure
    • The provincial government pays the annual land taxes return to the city
    • The private sector as well the community contribute by renting our facilities
    • Event management is also a strength of the CSAD
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SCHOOL BOARD

LAND and FACILITIES OWNER

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CITY

LAND VALUE TAXES RETURN

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COMMUNITY and

PRIVATES ASSOCIATIONS

FACILITIES RENTINGS

EVENTS

ALL LEVELS

CITY:

25 YEARS CONTRACT

annual budget
Annual budget
  • Source of annual income $ (Break even point) ?

* 25 year guaranteed agreement indexed annually IPCQ

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1st PHASE

TENNIS PAVILLON

THE FUTURE

2nd PHASE

LA SOURCE PAVILLON

5th PHASE

HOCKEY COMPLEX

3rd PHASE

SAPUTO PAVILLON

4th a PHASE

OUTDOOR SYNTHETIC FIELD

7th PHASE

REMODELING JGT

6th PHASE

HOTEL SCHOOL

8th PHASE

WATER GAMES

4 thb PHASE

SERVICE FACILITIES

9th PHASE

OUTDOOR FOOTPATHS

UPCOMING

OPERATIONAL

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

summary
Summary

Phase 5 – Asked for Goverment subsidy

In progress

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Take home messages…

City – School commission – NPO

Strong partnership

Infrastructure durability

Regional catalyser

Accessibility

Provincial training center

Adapted to needs

Multidisciplinary

Local consultation

Community Spin-offs

Regional circumstances

Self-financing

Peripheral services

Phase 1, 2, and 3 - 84 % locallyfinanced !

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