Companies Shortlisted for Milton District Hospital Redevelopment
- Bondfield Construction Company
- EllisDon Corporation - EllisDon Capital
- Fengate Capital
- HOCHTIEF - HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions
- Investec Asset Management
- Johnson Controls
- PCL Constructors
- Plenary Group
- Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
Infrastructure Ontario and Halton Healthcare Services have announced that three teams are shortlisted for the Design, build, finance and maintain of Milton District Hospital expansion project in Ontario, Canada.
Based on a request for qualifications process that began in August 2013, three teams were shortlisted and will be invited to respond to a request for proposals, expected to be issued in spring 2014. Each of the teams includes a developer, design/builder, finance group and a facility maintenance provider:Hospital Infrastructure Partners
- Developer: Carillion Canada Inc., EllisDon Capital Inc., Fengate Capital Management Ltd.
- Constructor: EllisDon Corporation
- Architect: Parkin Architects in joint venture with WZMH Architects
- Financial Advisor: Scotiabank
- Facility Manager: Carillion Canada Inc., EllisDon Corporation
- Developer: HOCHTIEF PPP, Innisfree Limited
- Constructor: Bondfield Construction Company Limited, Canadian Turner Inc.
- Architect: Diamond Schmitt Architects Inc in association with Gunsul Frasca Architects
- Financial Advisor: Investec
- Facility Manager: Honeywell
- Developer: Plenary Group (Canada) Ltd.
- Constructor: PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
- Architect: B+H Architects
- Financial Advisor: RBC Capital Markets
- Facility Manager: Johnson Controls
John Oliver, Halton Healthcare Services President and CEO, stated:
The companies selected have put together very qualified teams to work on the bids for this much needed hospital expansion. We are confident that these teams will bring forward competitive bids with innovative design solutions.
The teams will be invited to respond to a request for proposals, expected to be issued in spring 2014.
The expansion project will focus on increasing in-demand services and facilities, including emergency, surgical, critical care, maternal newborn, diagnostic imaging and support services, as well as medical/surgical inpatient units. The 320,000 square-foot hospital expansion is expected to break ground in 2015 and be completed by 2018.