The Government of Alberta has launched a tenders process by issuing a request for proposal (RFP) for a fairness auditor for the new Calgary Cancer Centre PPP project.
The project is needed to replace the Tom Baker Cancer Centre, which ran out of space more than a decade ago. The province of Alberta plans to spend CAD$160 million over the next three years.
The project will be developed on a design, build, finance, operation and maintenance basis.
Construction of the 80 - 90,000 square metres Calgary Cancer Centre is anticipated to commence early in 2016.
The RFP for fairness auditor services was launched on 23 October 2014. Interested parties must submit their proposals on or before 20 November 2014.
See RFP announcement:
In mid March this year Arup was selected to advise the Government of Alberta on the project. Arup is providing expertise on all disciplines of engineering, master planning, architecture, traffic and transport, IT, medical equipment, and technical specialties.
Canada has several health PPP projects in tender stage. These include, among others: