Companies shortlisted for Etobicoke General Hospital project
March 10, 2015 by STAFF REPORT
Three construction consortium teams have been shortlisted to design, build, finance and maintain the new phase 1 patient tower project at Etobicoke General Hospital in north west Toronto.
The three teams will be invited to respond to a request for proposals, expected to be issued in April 2015. The teams include:
- EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare
- Developer: EllisDon Capital Inc.
- Design: CannonDesign Ltd.
- Construction: EllisDon Design Build Inc.
- Facilities management: Johnson Controls Canada L.P
- Financial advisor: CIBC World Markets Inc.
- Etobicoke Healthcare Partnership
- Developer: Fiera Axium Infrastructure Canada II LP and DIF Infra 3 Canada Ltd.
- Design: HDR Inc.
- Construction: Walsh Canada
- Facilities management: Cofely Services Inc.
- Financial advisor: Brookfield Financial Corp.
- Plenary Health
- Developer: Plenary Group (Canada) Ltd and PCL Investments Canada Inc.
- Design: RTKL Associates Inc. and NORR Architects Engineers Planners
- Construction: PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
- Facilities management: Honeywell Limited
- Financial advisor: RBC Capital Markets
The project involves the construction of a new four-storey wing, adding approximately 250,000 sq.-ft. of space to the existing bulding. Some project features include:
- a larger, state-of-the-art emergency department to support best practices
- an ICU/CCU that is nearly four times larger than the current space
- larger patient rooms that are filled with natural light and provide privacy and space to 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
The project will focus on sustainable design and construction with the goal of achieving Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification. LEED buildings focus on healthy indoor environments, reduced greenhouse gas emissions and efficient use of energy, water and other resources.
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