University of Ottawa Heart Institute - Cardiac Life Support Services Redevelopment
- Project Type:
- BF - Build Finance
- Infrastructure Type:
- Health Care
- Contract Value:
- $135 million
- Estimated Value for Money:
- $18.7 million
About the Project
- The University of Ottawa Heart Institute is an academic health science centre dedicated to understanding, treating and preventing heart disease. The project will expand the facility to accommodate the changing needs of the area resulting from shifting demographics and technological advancements, and will improve access to high quality, specialized cardiac services for residents in the Champlain Local Health Integration Network region.
Request for QualificationsSep 19, 2013
Short-list Bidders SelectedFeb 21, 2014
Request for ProposalsMar 21, 2014
Winning Bidder SelectedNov 28, 2014
Construction BeginsDec 01, 2014
Construction EndsJan 18, 2020
PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
New construction at the facility will:
- Add five floors of clinical and in-patient services
- Expand support services such as biomedical engineering and data services
- Add approximately 146,000 square feet of space, 90,000 of which will house life support services such as cardiac catheterization, cardiac surgery and the cardiac surgery intensive care unit
Redevelopment work at the existing facility will:
- Include renovation of approximately 60,000 square feet of space
- Provide support services for the heart catheterization/electrophysiology suite, surgical suite and the cardiac
- Intensive care unit
- Relocate the cardiac imaging suite
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