June 17, 2009
RFP issued for Toronto courthouse
The new Toronto West Courthouse project is moving forward with the release of a request for proposals (RFP) to select an architectural firm to lead the planning, design and compliance aspects of the project.
The planning, design and compliance team will further develop the site master plan and prepare key documents including project specific output specification.
The Toronto West Courthouse will be the first new, purpose built, criminal courthouse facility in the City of Toronto. The new courthouse will provide services to the west end of Toronto. Highlights of the Toronto West Courthouse include:
The project is targeting a LEED silver designation.
The RFP for the planning, design and compliance teamcloses on July 6. It will be build under Infrastructure Ontario’s design-build-finance-maintain model.
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