Limestone Learning Foundation
Image of support walls going up for the new secondary school.Image of west elevation looking eastImage of water entry roomImage of interior courtyard south entranceImage of south stair forming to third floorAerial image of school constructionView of north sideAerial image of school construction

Support walls going up

West elevation looking east

Water entry room

Interior courtyard south entrance

South stair forming to third floor

Aerial view July 29, 2018

North side view July 29

East side view July 29, 2018

Bondfield Construction was awarded the contract to build the Limestone District School Board’s new Kingston Secondary School on the Lyons and Kirkpatrick site (former Queen Elizabeth Collegiate & Vocational Institute property).

Bondfield was awarded the contract from among seven construction firms following a pre-qualification and tender process. Bondfield, a family-owned construction company with offices in Concord and Kanata, Ontario, previously built the École Sir John A. Macdonald Public School as well as dozens of other elementary and secondary schools throughout Ontario.

Construction on the $38.3 million facility began in the fall of 2017. The new school is expected to be complete for the 2019-2020 school year.

The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.