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APM planning P.E.I. building

Nov 2 2005

Charlottetown – One of the largest private sector employers in PEI is asking Charlottetown city council to approve plans for a 5 story head office on the waterfront.

Atlantic Project Management better known as APM Group is a construction and property development company doing business in all four Atlantic Provinces. It has a branch office in Dartmouth and was the developer for the DES call centres in Sydney and Port Hawkesbury.

APM has also done development and construction projects for Loblaw, Sears, Killam Properties and the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission. The company has annual revenues of $85 million and 400 employees in PEI and Nova Scotia.

Council will be holding a meeting later this week to gauge public input on the proposal.

The 45,600 foot building would require a rezoning change since the waterfront is a comprehensive development area and development is tightly controlled.

There are a number of office buildings in the area but none as large as APM is proposing.

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