RFQ launched for Mount Sinai Hospital renovation

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RFQ launched for Mount Sinai Hospital renovation

Infrastructure Ontario and Sinai Health System issued a request for qualifications August 13 for a P3 to build and finance six key areas of Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.

This third phase of the publicly owned hospital's multi-year redevelopment involves the following elements:

  • Doubling the size of the emergency department to accommodate an expected increase in patient volume over the coming years.
  • Adding 18 state-of-the-art operating rooms, including a new robotics-assisted suite and 3D imaging technology.
  • Adding 18 beds in the intensive care unit for a total to 36, upgrading equipment and improving access to the emergency department.
  • Adding 28 beds to the in-patient unit.
  • Renovating a central out-patient area in the ambulatory clinic.
  • Redeveloping a full-service, in-house medical devices reprocessing department

The RFQ response deadline is September 24. A request for proposals is expected to be issued in early 2016.

The project's first phase, which was completed in 2012, added six floors to one side of the facility and 160,000 square feet of space, primarily to expand the hospital's women and infant health center. Phase two, which opened this year, involved construction of neonatal intensive care, labor and delivery, and antenatal units.

Construction of a new hospital lobby, which will include a family wellness center and a food court, is underway.

In early August we informed that three teams were shortlisted to design, build, finance and maintain the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health's redevelopment project in Toronto. Two buildings with 600,000 square feet of space will be built to serve as treatment, research and education facilities.

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