The National Aquatic Complex Project
The National Aquatic Complex (naqc) project development continues to materialize. The NAqC has entered into a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with the National Capital Commission. 29 acres of land directly north and adjacent to the Hurdman Road LRT station and south of the Rideau River, will be the home of the National Aquatic Complex. The parent company, the National Aquatic Institute Inc., is a not-for-profit company that is establishing and owns this project and the facility.
This prominent location is an investors dream. With a height specific to house the world’s first indoor High Diving sport platforms, the structure will be seen from all directions as you travel highway 417. With direct access to transit and situated in the center of the National Capital Region at Hurdman Park, National Sport Organizations are hailing the strategic location of our new facility.
Further development of the property proposes; a hotel, restaurants, and sufficient parking. Event planners can advertise the ease of access and accommodations to use for hosting teams, clubs, and visitors to compete and train at the NAqC.
The President and CEO, Mr. Peter Lawrence, backed by a strong Board of Directors, led by our Chair, Mr. Greg Kells, President of Sunbelt Business Brokers Canada, are together furthering the development of technological advancements in lighting, broadcasting, digital media, and spectator capacities. Sport organizations will enjoy the absolute best this enviable state-of-the-art facility has to offer.
Interest is pouring in from around the world through our personal contacts and social media platforms. Excitement is building. The world, the country and the City of Ottawa want and need a facility of this magnitude.
The renowned phrase, “build it, and they will come” is what we are hearing from around the globe. We want you to be apart of that voice.
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Many thanks to our valued supporters. For more information and how you can support the National Aquatic Complex Project, please visit naqc.ca. An introductory video about the complex, narrated by Carolyn Waldo, is on the YouTube.