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Siloam Mission 3rd Floor Renovation

300 Princess Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Marrbeck Construction is proud to have successfully completed the Siloam Mission 3rd Floor Renovation Project, a transformative undertaking situated in the heart of Winnipeg, Manitoba. This project involved the renovation to a former administrative space situated on the third floor of 300 Princess Street, which is now known as the Arlene Wilson Recovery Centre, spanning an impressive 10,750 square feet. Marrbeck’s dedication to excellence and commitment to community service were evident throughout every phase of this project.

Marrbeck oversaw the complete renovation of the third floor, transforming it into a functional and welcoming space for Siloam Mission's residents and staff. The renovation included the creation of twenty (20) resident rooms, shower rooms, and common areas such as a kitchen, multi-purpose room, laundry room, and meeting rooms. In addition to residential areas, the project incorporated dedicated offices and counselor spaces to support Siloam Mission's vital work in aiding individuals recovering from their substance addictions.

This project exemplifies Marrbeck's dedication to making a meaningful difference in the community. By revitalizing this space, Marrbeck has provided Siloam Mission with the resources and infrastructure needed to continue their essential work of providing shelter, support, and hope to those in need.

Marrbeck is honored to have been part of this project, contributing to the creation of a safe, dignified, and supportive environment for individuals recovering from their addictions in Winnipeg. This project reflects Marrbeck’s core values of integrity, compassion, and excellence, and serves as a testament to the positive impact that collaboration and community partnership can achieve.


General Contractor





Siloam Mission

Stantec Architecture



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