Etobicoke General Hospital Redevelopment

Project Type:
DBFM - Design Build Finance Maintain
Infrastructure Type:
Health Care
Contract Value:
$330 million
Estimated Value for Money:
$41.7 million

About the Project:

The new Phase 1 Patient Tower Project, involving the construction of a new four-storey tower, will add approximately 250,000 square feet of space to the existing facility and house the services most urgently needed by the Etobicoke community. 


  • Request for Qualifications:
    Oct 23, 2014
  • Short-list Bidders Selected:
    Mar 09, 2015
  • Request for Proposals:
    May 07, 2015
  • Winning Bidder Selected:
    May 06, 2016
  • Construction Begins:
    May 06, 2016
  • Construction Ends:

Winning Bidder

Etobicoke Healthcare Partnership; Developer: Axium Infrastructure Canada and DIF Infra 4 Canada Ltd.; Constructor: Walsh Canada; Architects: HDR Architecture Associates Inc.; Financial Advisor: Brookfield Securities LP; Facility Manager: ENGIE Services Inc.     


  • An ICU/CCU that is nearly four times larger than the current space. Larger patient rooms will be filled with natural light and provide privacy and space to comfortably accommodate family members
  • A maternal newborn unit with birthing suites and a specialized Level II nursery
  • An ambulatory procedures unit featuring procedure/operating rooms, pre- and post-op preparation and recovery areas and dedicated clinic spaces, including a respiratory clinic.

Community and Green Benefits

  • The project focuses on the services most urgently needed by the Etobicoke community.
  • The new Phase 1 Patient Tower will be designed and built to comply with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) standards.

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