CAMH – Queen Street Hospital Redevelopment: Phase 1C – Toronto

Pages: 8 Published: June 20, 2017 Report Code: GD-184285

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is undertaking the construction of Phase 1C of Queen Street Hospital project at 1001 in Queen Street West, Ontario, Canada.The project involves the construction of two new buildings – Complex Care building and Acute Care building – featuring 235 beds, the extension of Stokes Street through to Shaw Street and Workman Way to Adelaide Street West enlarging Shaw Park and public amenities on 11ha of land.1. Building B – Acute Care building will include the construction of a 24/7 Emergency Department, Extended Assessment Unit and Inpatient complex mental illness units.2. Building D – Complex Care building will include the construction of a library, an auditorium, an inpatient complex mental illness units, a Simulation Learning Centre, a Temerty Centre for Brain Stimulation and Research and Education facilities.The new two buildings also include ground floor retail space and a massive green space for clients and the community on existing parking lot.The project will be developed under Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM) or Design-Build-Finance (DBF) delivery model.In September 2011, CAMH received approval for the proposed project.The project team includes: Swallow Acoustic Consultants Limited as Acoustic Consultants and Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc. and KPMB Architects as design consultants.In March 2015, request for qualification (RFQ) was issued for the project and three consortia were shortlisted for the next stage.The three consortium shortlisted for the project are Plenary Health, FHBT Group and EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare.The consortium Plenary Health comprises Plenary Group and PCL Investments Canada Inc. as a developer, PCL Constructors Canada Inc. as the construction company, Stantec Architecture Inc. as the architect, Cofely Services as the facility manager and TD Securities as the financial advisor.The consortium FHBT Group comprises Fengate Capital Management, HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions North America and Bondfield Construction Company Limited as developer, Bondfield Construction Company Limited and Turner Construction as the construction company, Diamond Schmitt Architects and IBI Architects as the architect, Black & McDonald and HOCHTIEF Facility Management as the facility manager and National Bank Financial Markets as the financial advisor.The consortium EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare comprises EllisDon Capital Inc. as a developer, EllisDon Design Build Inc. as the construction company, Cannon Design Ltd. as the architect, Johnson Controls Canada L.P. as the facility manager and EllisDon Capital Inc as the financial advisor.The Request of Proposal (RFP) was issued in February 2016, CAMH is waiting for a response to RFP.Construction of the new buildings is expected to begin in early 2017, and be completed by early 2020.Once staff and clients have been moved into the new buildings, demolition of Units 2 and 4 and the maintenance building will begin and continue through 2020.Once demolition is complete, CAMH will begin the extension of Stokes Street through to Shaw Street. In January 2017, Plenary Group Canada Ltd is selected as a developer of the project, PCL Constructors Canada Inc is appointed as the design-build contractor, Stantec Architecture Inc is selected as the architect, ENGIE Services Inc is selected as facilities management and Plenary Group is selected as the financial advisor for the project.In June 2017, Startec Architecture revealed the design for the two buildings.The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled in October 2017. The construction of Phase 1C is expected to commence by the end of 2017 and completion in 2020.

Scope

The project involves the construction of two new buildings – Complex Care building and Acute Care building at 1001 Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.The US$388 million project include the following:1. Construction of Complex Care building: a. Construction of Library b. Construction of Auditorium c. Construction of Inpatient complex mental illness units d. Construction of Simulation Learning Centre e. Construction of Temerty Centre for Brain Stimulation f. Construction of Research and Education facilities2. Construction of Acute Care building: a. Construction of 24/7 Emergency Department b. Construction of Extended Assessment Unit c. Construction of Inpatient complex mental illness units3. Construction of public amenities4. Enlarging Shaw Park5. Extension of Stokes Street through to Shaw Street6. Extension of Workman Way to Adelaide Street West

Key Highlights

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is undertaking the construction of Phase 1C of Queen Street Hospital project at 1001 in Queen Street West, Ontario, Canada.The project involves the construction of two new buildings – Complex Care building and Acute Care building – featuring 235 beds, the extension of Stokes Street through to Shaw Street and Workman Way to Adelaide Street West enlarging Shaw Park and public amenities on 11ha of land.1. Building B – Acute Care building will include the construction of a 24/7 Emergency Department, Extended Assessment Unit and Inpatient complex mental illness units.2. Building D – Complex Care building will include the construction of a library, an auditorium, an inpatient complex mental illness units, a Simulation Learning Centre, a Temerty Centre for Brain Stimulation and Research and Education facilities.The new two buildings also include ground floor retail space and a massive green space for clients and the community on existing parking lot.The project will be developed under Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM) or Design-Build-Finance (DBF) delivery model.In September 2011, CAMH received approval for the proposed project.The project team includes: Swallow Acoustic Consultants Limited as Acoustic Consultants and Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc. and KPMB Architects as design consultants.In March 2015, request for qualification (RFQ) was issued for the project and three consortia were shortlisted for the next stage.The three consortium shortlisted for the project are Plenary Health, FHBT Group and EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare.The consortium Plenary Health comprises Plenary Group and PCL Investments Canada Inc. as a developer, PCL Constructors Canada Inc. as the construction company, Stantec Architecture Inc. as the architect, Cofely Services as the facility manager and TD Securities as the financial advisor.The consortium FHBT Group comprises Fengate Capital Management, HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions North America and Bondfield Construction Company Limited as developer, Bondfield Construction Company Limited and Turner Construction as the construction company, Diamond Schmitt Architects and IBI Architects as the architect, Black & McDonald and HOCHTIEF Facility Management as the facility manager and National Bank Financial Markets as the financial advisor.The consortium EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare comprises EllisDon Capital Inc. as a developer, EllisDon Design Build Inc. as the construction company, Cannon Design Ltd. as the architect, Johnson Controls Canada L.P. as the facility manager and EllisDon Capital Inc as the financial advisor.The Request of Proposal (RFP) was issued in February 2016, CAMH is waiting for a response to RFP.Construction of the new buildings is expected to begin in early 2017, and be completed by early 2020.Once staff and clients have been moved into the new buildings, demolition of Units 2 and 4 and the maintenance building will begin and continue through 2020.Once demolition is complete, CAMH will begin the extension of Stokes Street through to Shaw Street. In January 2017, Plenary Group Canada Ltd is selected as a developer of the project, PCL Constructors Canada Inc is appointed as the design-build contractor, Stantec Architecture Inc is selected as the architect, ENGIE Services Inc is selected as facilities management and Plenary Group is selected as the financial advisor for the project.In June 2017, Startec Architecture revealed the design for the two buildings.The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled in October 2017. The construction of Phase 1C is expected to commence by the end of 2017 and completion in 2020.

Reasons to Buy

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is undertaking the construction of Phase 1C of Queen Street Hospital project at 1001 in Queen Street West, Ontario, Canada.The project involves the construction of two new buildings – Complex Care building and Acute Care building – featuring 235 beds, the extension of Stokes Street through to Shaw Street and Workman Way to Adelaide Street West enlarging Shaw Park and public amenities on 11ha of land.1. Building B – Acute Care building will include the construction of a 24/7 Emergency Department, Extended Assessment Unit and Inpatient complex mental illness units.2. Building D – Complex Care building will include the construction of a library, an auditorium, an inpatient complex mental illness units, a Simulation Learning Centre, a Temerty Centre for Brain Stimulation and Research and Education facilities.The new two buildings also include ground floor retail space and a massive green space for clients and the community on existing parking lot.The project will be developed under Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM) or Design-Build-Finance (DBF) delivery model.In September 2011, CAMH received approval for the proposed project.The project team includes: Swallow Acoustic Consultants Limited as Acoustic Consultants and Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc. and KPMB Architects as design consultants.In March 2015, request for qualification (RFQ) was issued for the project and three consortia were shortlisted for the next stage.The three consortium shortlisted for the project are Plenary Health, FHBT Group and EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare.The consortium Plenary Health comprises Plenary Group and PCL Investments Canada Inc. as a developer, PCL Constructors Canada Inc. as the construction company, Stantec Architecture Inc. as the architect, Cofely Services as the facility manager and TD Securities as the financial advisor.The consortium FHBT Group comprises Fengate Capital Management, HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions North America and Bondfield Construction Company Limited as developer, Bondfield Construction Company Limited and Turner Construction as the construction company, Diamond Schmitt Architects and IBI Architects as the architect, Black & McDonald and HOCHTIEF Facility Management as the facility manager and National Bank Financial Markets as the financial advisor.The consortium EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare comprises EllisDon Capital Inc. as a developer, EllisDon Design Build Inc. as the construction company, Cannon Design Ltd. as the architect, Johnson Controls Canada L.P. as the facility manager and EllisDon Capital Inc as the financial advisor.The Request of Proposal (RFP) was issued in February 2016, CAMH is waiting for a response to RFP.Construction of the new buildings is expected to begin in early 2017, and be completed by early 2020.Once staff and clients have been moved into the new buildings, demolition of Units 2 and 4 and the maintenance building will begin and continue through 2020.Once demolition is complete, CAMH will begin the extension of Stokes Street through to Shaw Street. In January 2017, Plenary Group Canada Ltd is selected as a developer of the project, PCL Constructors Canada Inc is appointed as the design-build contractor, Stantec Architecture Inc is selected as the architect, ENGIE Services Inc is selected as facilities management and Plenary Group is selected as the financial advisor for the project.In June 2017, Startec Architecture revealed the design for the two buildings.The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled in October 2017. The construction of Phase 1C is expected to commence by the end of 2017 and completion in 2020.

Key Players

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; City of Toronto; KPMB Architects; Montgomery Sisam Architects; PCL Constructors Inc; Plenary Group; Stantec Architecture Ltd; Swallow Acoustic Consultants Ltd

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1.Key Statistics

2.Key Dates

3.Sector

4.Operating metrics

5.Tender Information

6.Scope

7.Description

8.Latest update

9.Background

10.Key Contacts

11.General News, Project News

12.Appendix

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