OPP Modernization – Phase 2

Location:
Nine communities across Ontario
Project Type:
DBF - Design Build Finance
Infrastructure Type:
Justice
Contract Value:
$148.3 million
Estimated Value for Money:
To be announced following Financial Close

About the Project:

Ontario is working to improve community safety and better support modern policing operations by updating Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) facilities across the province. 
Nine new detachments will be constructed, replacing buildings at the end of their useful lifespan. The new detachments will be located in:

  • Huron County Detachment, 325 Albert Street, Clinton
  • Port Credit Detachment, 2735 Argentia Road, Mississauga
  • Hawkesbury Detachment, 1425 Cameron Street, Hawkesbury
  • Manitoulin Island Detachment, 488 Boozeneck Road, Little Current
  • Marathon Detachment, 101 Peninsula Road, Marathon 
  • Parry Sound Detachment, 1 North Road, Parry Sound
  • Fort Frances Detachment, 200 McIrvine Road, Fort Frances
  • Moosonee Detachment,  16 Butcher Road, Moosonee  
  • Orillia Detachment, 1 University Avenue

Status

  • Request for Qualifications:
    Jan 27, 2017
  • Short-list Bidders Selected:
    Jun 22, 2017
  • Request for Proposals:
    Jul 24, 2017
  • Winning Bidder Selected:
    Jul 18, 2018
  • Construction Begins:
  • Construction Ends:

Winning Bidder

Bird Capital Limited Partnership

Features

The structures being replaced are an average of 40 to 60 years old and are well past their expected lifespan. They need to be replaced so the OPP can offer the best possible service to the people it serves.

New detachments will range in size from 17,000 to 35,000 square feet.

  • CCTV system for cell monitoring.
  • Secure sallyport allowing for direct access to secure holding cells and prisoner processing area.
  • Buildings meet new accessibility standards in the public area.
  • Spacious Exhibit/Evidence Vaults with a proper processing area.
  • Holding cells (Adult Male/Adult Female/YOA).
  • Modern building infrastructure to meet changing technology requirements.

Community and Green Benefits

  • The OPP and the communities it serves will benefit from enhanced community safety with the construction of nine new facilities.
  • The new detachments will be designed and built to meet the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver standard, which recognizes buildings with reduced environmental impacts.

Economic Benefits

  • The project will create and support hundreds of direct and indirect jobs.

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