Ontario launches RFP for health P3

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Ontario launches RFP for health P3

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) have launched the next step in the process and the three finalist teams are invited to submit their Request For Proposal (RFP) for the contract to design, build, finance and maintain the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Phase 1C redevelopment project in Toronto, Canada.

Once the RFP submissions are received, IO and CAMH will evaluate them and select the successful team. The winning team is expected to be announced in late 2016, with construction scheduled to follow shortly thereafter.

In August 2015, Infrastructure Ontario and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health shortlisted three teams for the redevelopment PPP project.

 The shortlisted teams were:

  • Plenary Health. Developers: Plenary Group and PCL Investments Canada Inc.; Constructor: PCL Constructors Canada Inc.; Architect: Stantec Architecture Inc.; Facilities Management: Cofely Services; Financial Advisor: TD Securities.
  • FHBT Group. Developers: Fengate Capital Management, Hochtief PPP Solutions North America and Bondfield Construction Company Limited; Constructors: Bondfield Construction Company Limited and Turner Construction; Architects: Diamond Schmitt Architects and IBI Architects; Facilities Management: Black & McDonald and Hochtief Facility Management; Financial Advisor: National Bank Financial Markets.
  • EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare. Developer: EllisDon Capital Inc.; Constructor: EllisDon Design Build Inc.; Architect: CannonDesign Ltd.; Facilities Management: Johnson Controls Canada L.P.; Financial Advisor: EllisDon Capital Inc.

The redevelopment project will see the construction of two modern buildings that will integrate innovative treatment, research and education facilities with retail spaces, parks and the surrounding neighbourhood. The project will result in the new construction of approximately 600,000 square feet of new build space, which will include: inpatient and outpatient clinical services for people with complex mental illness, including emergency care and therapeutic supports; research and educational facilities; information and resource facilities.

The project will also see the extension of roads, parks and green space improvements and restoration of heritage structures around the facility.

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