Providence Care Hospital
- Project Type:
- DBFM - Design Build Finance Maintain
- Infrastructure Type:
- Health Care
- Contract Value:
- $810 million
- Estimated Value for Money:
- $152.5 million
About the Project
- Providence Care is southeastern Ontario's leading provider of specialized mental health care, physical medicine and rehabilitation, specialized geriatric services, complex continuing care, palliative care and long-term care.
- The redevelopment plan will bring together programs from St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital and Mental Health Services site into a new, state-of-the-art facility.
Request for QualificationsMar 06, 2012
Short-list Bidders SelectedAug 31, 2012
Request for ProposalsDec 21, 2012
Winning Bidder SelectedOct 03, 2013
Construction BeginsMay 05, 2014
Construction EndsDec 02, 2016
Integrated Team Solutions; Developer: EllisDon Corporation/ Fengate Capital Management Limited; Constructor: EllisDon Corporation; Architects: Parkin Architects; Financial Advisor: Scotia Capital; Facility Manager: Johnson Controls Canada LP.
- The design of the new hospital will be in line with modern approaches to health care: fully accessible hallways, bright living spaces and areas for group activities and gatherings.
- Geriatric medicine programs - including the day hospital - are expected to be located on the ground floor of the new hospital, meaning easier access for older patients.
- New, efficient rehabilitation space will mean more people can benefit from occupational and physical therapy after an accident, an injury or surgery.
- There will be improved learning and research facilities - classrooms and all-purpose rooms to allow Providence Care to offer more educational opportunities to staff and community partners.
Community And Green Benefits
- The design and construction of the new hospital will adhere to the guidelines and sustainability principles of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) rating system.
- The building team's goal is to achieve a LEED® Silver certification for its green construction practices.
- There will be improved learning and research facilities allowing Providence Care to offer more educational opportunities to staff and community partners.
- Providence Care will be able to maintain its role as a teaching hospital affiliated with Queen's University, St. Lawrence College and other post-secondary institutions.
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