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Sullivan to build Prince Edward County hospital

By Adam Freill   

Construction Institutional

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Quinte Health have awarded M. Sullivan & Son Limited the contract to build the new PECMH.

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Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Quinte Health have awarded the contract for the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Site Redevelopment Project to M. Sullivan & Son Limited. The new hospital will be a leading, cutting-edge healthcare facility bringing improved equipment and facilities, including a 24-hour emergency department, to the region.

“It’s the culmination of hard work, passion, generosity, and good old-fashioned tenacity that has brought us to this exciting milestone,” said Stacey Daub, president and CEO of Quinte Health. “After more than a decade, we are moving forward with the build-phase of the new hospital, and I am filled with gratitude.”

“With an approved contract for M. Sullivan and Son Limited to build the new Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital, we’ve reached the finish line after a long journey together,” added Todd Smith, MPP for Bay of Quinte. “I’m looking forward to seeing shovels in the ground this summer on this state-of-the-art healthcare facility.”

Construction on the new Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital is expected to begin in the weeks ahead.

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“I am thrilled to see that construction is finally on the horizon to build the new Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital,” said Kinga Surma, Ontario’s Minister of Infrastructure. “This contract award brings our government another step closer to delivering a world-class, state of the art healthcare facility for residents across Prince Edward County and beyond, ensuring they have access to the high-quality healthcare they deserve for generations to come.”

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