September 6, 2007
Aecon set to build Pickering hospital
A team, led by Aecon Buildings, has been selected to build and finance the Ajax and Pickering Hospital Phase I Redevelopment Project.
“We’re very pleased that a building team has been selected, paving the way for construction to begin” said Minister of Public Infrastructure Renewal David Caplan.
The project financing was arranged by Stonebridge Financial Corporation.
With the addition of more than 75,000 square feet of new construction and more than 65,000 square feet of renovations, the hospital will be able to provide more effective health services to Durham Region’s expanding population. As well, it will be able to deliver more effective family-centred care for a broad range of health conditions.
The value of the construction project is still under negotiation and will is expected to be released in a couple of weeks. The project is scheduled to begin in late October.
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