B.C. shortlists three bidders, issues RFP for first phase of $1.3B Burnaby hospital redevelopment
Stage one of the major renewal project includes construction of a new six-storey tower, as well as renovation and demolition work
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The British Columbia government has carved out a shortlist of bidders and issued a request for proposals for a major hospital redevelopment project in the Vancouver area.
Partnerships BC, the crown agency that oversees major infrastructure work in the province, advanced the procurement process for the Burnaby Hospital Redevelopment Project June 22, calling on three bidders to prepare proposals for the first phase of the approximately $1.3 billion initiative.
According to the RFP, Canadian Turner Construction Company Ltd., EllisDon Design Build Inc. and Ledcor Design-Build (B.C.) Inc. have prequalified for the next stage of procurement. The announcement follows a request for qualifications last December and a project announcement in September that detailed nearly a decade of construction at the hospital.
The all-in cost for the first phase of work totals $413 million, according to Partnerships BC. It includes design and construction of a new six-storey patient tower that will cover approximately 12,000 square metres (130,000 sq. ft.). The expansion and/or renovation of existing support buildings, as well as the demolition of the hospital’s Cascade and West Wing Buildings are also included in the project.
Later stages in the redevelopment of the hospital will see a second patient tower and cancer treatment centre erected at the site, which first opened in 1952. The province has committed $1.3 billion to pay for the wider project.
Partnerships BC expects to pick a winner bidder for the first phase of work by next May, with construction starting shortly after.
Work on stage one is scheduled to reach completion by December 2024, making way for the next phase of construction estimated to run until 2027.