Infrastructure Ontario (Canada) has launched a tender process for the development of the CAMH Phase 1C redevelopment PPP project.
The project forms part of the Queen Street site redevelopment as a central hub for the programs, services and resources of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), which is the is the largest mental health and addictions facility in Canada, and a Pan American Health Organization and World Health Organization Collaborating Centre.
As the head office for CAMH, the hub will support all aspects of the organization and integrate with the overall health care network. The goal is to create a centre for care, research, education, health promotion and prevention that carries a national and international reputation for its focus on addictions and mental health client / patient needs.
The project will be developed on a design, build, finance and maintain (DBFM) basis.
The request for qualification (RFQ) was issued on 12 March 2015. Interested parties must submit their qualifications documents on or before 7 May 2015.
CAMH is recognized for its uniqueness and its ability to provide a complete continuum of care in one setting; integrate the treatment of alcohol, drug and mental illness; be a health-promoting hospital; and conduct leading-edge neurological, social and clinical research, making major advancements in the treatment of a number of diseases and translating it into practical treatment and tools.
See tender announcement: