Ontario Construction News staff writer
Peel Regional Police have broken ground on a new Operational Support Facility (OSF) at 8100 Mississauga Rd. in Brampton, set to be completed in 2027. The site will be home to over 700 employees with some bureaus and units operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The building will be a “flagship of technology and innovation”, designed using sustainable materials consistent with the Region of Peel’s net zero carbon commitment.
Early works will start before the end of the year and construction is expected to start early next year.
The 250,000-sq. ft. building will be designed using sustainable materials consistent with the Region of Peel’s net zero carbon commitment. Early works are expected to start in November, with full construction beginning early next year.
“We are excited to announce this landmark investment to maintain public safety across our growing region,” said Chief Nishan Duraiappah. “This facility will help address current and future service pressures and meet the needs of our community.”
Peel Region is among the fastest growing, most diverse communities in Canada with an additional 350,000 residents expected in the next 10 years. The new OSF will also include departments previously housed in Sir Robert Peel Centre including the 9-1-1 Communications Centre.