FH – Royal Columbian Hospital Redevelopment – British Columbia - Project Profile
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Fraser Health Authority (FH) is undertaking the redevelopment of its hospital in British Columbia, Canada.
The project involves the construction of a hospital and will be developed in three phases.
The first phase includes the construction of a new four-story, 13,000m2, 75-bed mental health building by replacement of 30-bed Sherbrooke Center. It also includes a new multi-level 450 stall parkade and an energy center to provide the power, IT communication hub and utilities infrastructure required to support the current campus and future work. The helipad will also be relocated. It will include a two-level bridge link to the existing hospital with one level for patient movement and the other for hospital services. There will also be eight added or expanded outpatient clinics to help patients transition to community mental health services and to community life. The total cost is estimated to be US$258.9 million.
The second and third phase of the project are expected to add new acute care beds, a new and larger emergency department, new operating suite, and upgrades to existing spaces. Final scope and schedule will be outlined in a separate business plan, expected in 2016.
The project includes the construction of a larger emergency department, a new surgical suite and related facilities.
In the first quarter of 2013, FH submitted a detailed redevelopment plan to the Ministry of Health.
In April 2013, FH received approvals for the project.
In February 2015, business plan for the first phase of redevelopment of Royal Columbian Hospital was completed and sent for review by government.
On May 27, 2015, B.C. government approved the business plan for first phase of the project, with a US$202 million commitment from the Province and US$7 million from the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation.
On August 14, 2015, FH issued Request for qualification (RFQ) for the first phase of the project to appoint design-build contractor.
On December 16, 2015, FH has short-listed three teams Bird Design-Build Construction Inc, EllisDon Corporation and PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc For Request for Proposal (RFP).
On May 12, 2016, FH issued RFP for mental health building.
On January 2, 2017, Bird Design-Build Construction Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary Bird Construction Inc. selected as the preferred bidder for the first phase's new 75-bed mental health center, energy center and IT communications hub.
On February 15, 2017, FH awarded US$200 million contract to Bird Design-Build Construction Inc. for the construction of the first phase's new 75-bed mental health center, energy center and IT communications hub.
In April 2017, construction activities were commenced.
On April 6, 2017, FH has received approvals for the second and third phase.
Construction activities are underway and are scheduled to be completed by 2019. Construction activities on the second phase are expected to begin in 2018 with scheduled completion by 2020 and the acute care tower expected to open to patients in 2024. Construction activities inthe third phase are expected to start in 2023 and be complete in 2026.
The project involves the construction of a hospital in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada.
The US$820 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a new four-story, 13,000m2, 75-bed mental health building in the first phase
2. Construction of a larger emergency department
3. Construction of a new surgical suite
4. Construction of related facilities
5. Construction of eight outpatient clinics.
6. Construction of a new multi-level 450 stall parkade in the first phase
7. Construction of an energy centre in the first phase
8. Construction of new acute care beds in the second and third phase
9. Construction of a new and larger emergency department in the second and third phase
10. Construction of new operating suite in the second and third phaseReasons To Buy
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