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February 21, 2006
Proposals called for Durham courthouse
The Ontario government has invited the three short-listed consortia to bid on a proposal to design, build, finance and maintain the Durham consolidated courthouse.
The teams are:
•SNC-Lavalin Engineers & Constructors Inc. (SNC-Lavalin), Bondfield Construction Co. Ltd. and ProFac Facilities Management Services Inc.
•Durham Courthouse Centre Corp., consisting of EllisDon Inc., EllisDon Design Build Inc., LPF Realty (owned 100 per cent by Labourers’ Pension Fund of Central and Eastern Ontario), CIBC World Markets and Carillion Canada Inc.
•Access Justice Durham, a consortium involving ABN Amro Bank N.V., Canada Branch, PCL Constructors Canada Inc. and Johnson Controls LP.
The state-of-the-art, integrated facility will consolidate justice services currently being delivered from six locations in the Region of Durham. The new 360,000-square-foot courthouse will house 33 courtrooms, three motions rooms, two conference/settlement rooms and related justice services.
The courthouse will be built on city-owned land – a former brownfield site – at Bond and Mary Streets.
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