Construction at parc Paul-André-Potvin in Shawinigan is progressing well

SHAWINIGAN – The Montreal Impact Foundation confirmed on Tuesday, following a meeting between its president Carmie Frassetti Saputo and Shawinigan mayor Michel Angers, that the construction of a new multisport mini-field at parc Paul-André-Potvin in Shawinigan, Mauricie, is progressing rapidly and efficiently. The delivery is planned for the beginning of July.

It will be the first mini-field inaugurated by the Foundation outside of Montreal and the third overall, after the ones built at parc Champdoré, in Saint-Michel, in 2018, and parc Joe-Beef, in Pointe-Saint-Charles, in 2019.

On the photo, from left to right: Pluritec’s engineer and project manager Nicolas Richard, Shawinigan’s mayor Michel Angers, Pluritec’s general director Jonathan Duguay, Montreal Impact Foundation President Carmie Frassetti Saputo, the Foundation executive director Véronique Fortin, the city councillor Martin Asselin and Shawinigan’s recreation, culture and community life services director David Cadieux.

 

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