SHNB – North Battleford Hospital Replacement – Saskatchewan - Project Profile
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Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford (SHNB) is undertaking the construction of the hospital replacement project in Saskatchewan province of Canada.
The project involves the construction of new facility comprising 188 beds to replace the existing 156 at SHNB and an integrated 96-room correctional facility to house male and female offenders.
The project includes the construction of 120 post-Saskatchewan Hospital residential support spaces, inpatient wards, operating theaters, parking space and other related facilities and the installation of safety and security systems.
The Saskatchewan province of Canada has provided US$8 million to commence work on detailed planning of the project.
In April 2009, Ministry of Health approved additional planning to redefine the scope of the project to replace the facility.
In December 2010, the revised plans of the project were approved by Prairie North Regional Health Authority.
In August 2012, the Saskatchewan Health Ministry is proposed to build new health care facilities under public-private partnerships (P3) agreement. Private involvement in hospital projects can extend into Design Build Finance and Maintain (DBFM).
The project will be funded by the Ministry of Health, provincial government and Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford.
On April 30, 2014, Request for Qualification (RfQ) was issued for DBFM contract with submission date on July 15, 2014.
On October 7, 2014, three consortiums were short-listed and moved forward to request for proposal (RFP) phase of procurement. The three shortlisted consortiums are:
Access Prairies Partnership comprising of Graham Design Builders LP, Gracorp Capital Advisors Ltd., Carillion Canada Inc., Connor, Clark & Lunn GVest Traditional Infrastructure LP, WSP Canada, Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning.
Integrated Team Solutions comprising of Ellis Don Corporation, Ellis Don Capital Inc., Fengate Capital Management, Cofely Services, MMM Group Ltd, Stephenson Engineering Ltd, Parkin Architects Ltd, Group 2 Architecture Interior Design.
Plenary Health North Battleford LP comprising Plenary Group (Canada) Ltd., PCL Construction Management Inc., Johnson Controls Canada LP, Acumen Engineering Ltd., DGBK, B+H Architects, Montgomery Sisam.
On April 27, 2015, pre-construction activities commenced with a ground breaking ceremony.
On July 7, 2015, Access Prairies Partnership consortium selected as the winning bidder on PPP basis. The consortium includes Graham Design Builders, Carillion Canada, Gracorp Capital Advisors, Carillion Private Finance, Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning, WSP Canada.
On September 21, 2015, construction works commenced on the project.
On September 30, 2016, SHNB received an anonymous donation of US$1 million.
In May 2017, 60% construction works completed.
In January 2018, Carillion Canada Inc was terminated, due to bankruptcy.
Construction works are underway and scheduled to be completed in June 2018.Scope
The project involves replacement of a hospital for Saskatchewan Hospital at North Battleford, in Saskatchewan province of Canada.
The US$307 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 188-bed provincial facility and 96-room correctional facility for offenders
2. Construction of 120 post-Saskatchewan Hospital residential support spaces
3. Construction of inpatient wards
4. Construction of operating theaters
5. Construction of parking space
6. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy