Eric Langton Elementary Replacement Project

Eric Langton Elementary Replacement Project

Eric Langton Elementary 2026

Architectural rendering. Some details may change.

In November 2022, the Ministry of Education and Child Care announced funding for a new and expanded Eric Langton Elementary school. Construction on the new building will start in May 2024, and the new school is expected to be ready for occupancy by January 2026.

May 2024 Update

Site preparation is scheduled to start in the third week of May and will begin with the fencing of the existing field where the new school will be located. 

Construction vehicles will access the site from 227th Street. 

As work gets underway, ensuring the safety of students, staff, and the public remains our top priority.

We will share further updates as they become available.

Project Timeline
Where are we in the process?

The project timeline below was updated May 2024, and reflects that we are entering the construction phase. The project was tendered to pre-qualified general contractors on February 20, 2024, and bids were received on April 8, 2024. We will soon be announcing the successful bidder.

Project Timeline for Eric Langton Elementary School

Archived: Public engagement for design phase
  • Second Open House and Online Survey: June 14, 2023

    At the June 14, 2023, second open house, Station One Architects (SoA) reported on the feedback received from our community, and addressed how this input influenced the proposed Eric Langton Elementary school design. Attendees also had a further opportunity to provide their perspectives on the proposed designs.

    Those who were unable to attend the second open house but wanted to provide additional feedback, were able to participate in our second online survey, which was open from June 15 to 4 pm June 22, 2023

     

    How feedback influenced design

    A summary document of all feedback received with notes on how this feedback influenced design is available in our updated Public Engagement Summary document.

    You may also download the renderings of the proposed design here. Please note this is a large file (15MB) and may take a few moments to download.

  • First Open House and Online Survey: April 13, 2023

    On April 13, 2023, Station One Architects (SOA) and the Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District hosted a public input session at which SoA presented a draft of the design and collected ideas on the general use of the building, the site, and on program suggestions for the Neighbourhood Learning Centre (NLC) that will be hosted in the new school.

    Community members who were unable to attend in-person and wanted to participate in the process had an opportunity to provide feedback through our online survey, which was open from April 14, 2023, to April 28, 2023.

  • Existing site context and conceptual site plan

    At the April 13, 2023, public consultation, Station One Architects and the school district presented a draft of the design and collected ideas on the general use of the building, the site, and on program suggestions for the Neighbourhood Learning Centre (NLC) that will be hosted in the new school. The following poster boards were shared for input at the April 13, 2023, public engagement session.

  • Conceptual plans: Pod concept

    At the April 13, 2023, public consultation, Station One Architects and the school district presented a draft of the design and collected ideas on the general use of the building, the site, and on program suggestions for the Neighbourhood Learning Centre (NLC) that will be hosted in the new school. The following poster boards were shared for input at the April 13, 2023, public engagement session.

  • Conceptual Plans: Neighbourhood Learning Centre (NLC) concept

    At the April 13, 2023, public consultation, Station One Architects and the school district presented a draft of the design and collected ideas on the general use of the building, the site, and on program suggestions for the Neighbourhood Learning Centre (NLC) that will be hosted in the new school. The following poster board was shared for input at the April 13, 2023, public engagement session.

    What is a Neighbourhood Learning Centre?

    Neighbourhood Learning Centres are inviting places where everyone can access education, community services, recreation and culture. Every centre is unique, offering programs and services most relevant to its community members.

    A Neighbourhood Learning Centre is funded by the Ministry of Education and Child Care, is physically integrated within the school, and offers services complementary to the educational programming within the school.

    The draft NLC concept for public input is below:

Engagement Framework

Our vision
Our vision is for every individual to feel valued and for all learners to reach their potential.
Our mission
Our mission is to support all individuals in their development as successful learners, and as respectful, caring and responsible members of society.