EllisDon Capital wins $215m Canadian hospital redevelopment contract

WCN Editorial Team 13 Jun 2017 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

EllisDon Capital has been awarded a CAD288.5m ($214.5m) contract by Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Sinai Health System to build and finance Sinai Health System's Phase 3A redevelopment project in Ontario, Canada.

The project includes redevelopment of the critical care unit and expansion and redesign of the emergency department, operating rooms and surgical services.

It will also include the enhancement of medical/surgery inpatient capacity, redesign of some of the ambulatory care areas and redevelopment of a full-service, in-house medical devices reprocessing department.

Construction on the project will commence soon and is anticipated to complete in late 2022.

The project is being implemented using Infrastructure Ontario's Alternative Financing and Procurement (AFP) model, a new way of financing and procuring large, complex public infrastructure projects.

Sinai Health System president and CEO Gary Newton said: “As we embark on the largest capital redevelopment in our history, I am confident that the impact will be transformative for patient care.

“Our increasingly complex patient population, and rising patient volumes require growth and upgrading of our facilities, which support leading practices in our priority areas including surgical oncology, emergency medicine, and chronic disease management.

“The extensive renewal of key areas of our hospital will create both increased capacity for our growing community and a state of the art patient and family-centred environment that will allow us to continue the excellent clinical care that we deliver every day.”

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