Saskatchewan seeks insurance advisor for P3 project

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Saskatchewan seeks insurance advisor for P3 project

The Government of Saskatchewan, Canada, has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for insurance advisory services for the Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford - Integrated Correctional Facility PPP project.

The insurance advisor  will provide comprehensive insurance advisory and support services to the project team.

The project will be developed on a design, build, finance and maintenance (DBFM) basis for a period of 30 years. The project cost is estimated between US$175 million to US$250 million.

The hospital portion of the project will replace the Saskatchewan Hospital, which is the province's main mental health rehabilitation centre. The building opened in 1913 and does not meet the needs of a modern psychiatric hospital. While the jail portion of the facility will replace the Battleford Community Corrections Centre.

The new hospital will have 188 patient beds and the new 96-room jail will have 64 cells for men, 16 cells for women, eight medical cells, and eight segregation cells. The hospital and jail will likely share laundry, food services, and cleaning services. Programs will be run separately, but some professionals may work in both facilities.

The tender process to hire an insurance advisor was launched on 9 June 2014. Interested parties must submit their proposals on or before 19 June 2014.

See tender announcement:

http://www.merx.com/English/SUPPLIER_Menu.asp?WCE=Show&TAB=1&PORTAL=MERX&State=7&id=SK-000

In early May we published that the Government of Saskatchewan had launched a tender process for the Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford - Integrated Correctional Facility PPP project. The request for qualifications (RFQ) was issued on 30 April 20014. Interested parties must submit their proposals on or before 15 July 2014. The shortlist is expected to be announced in September 2014 and the project is scheduled to be operational by summer 2018.

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