July 19, 2012
Montgomery Sisam, Perkins + Will to prepare RFQ documents for Hamilton, Ontario hospital
Montgomery Sisam Architects of Toronto will work with Perkins + Will in a joint venture helping to plan a new building for the McMaster Children's Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario.
In a joint press release July 12, Infrastructure Ontario and Hamilton Health Sciences announced Perkins + Will and Montgomery Sisam will comprise the planning, design and compliance (PDC) team preparing documents to establish the guidelines and performance requirements for the project.
Once the documents are completed, IO and the hospital plan to issue a request for qualifications for a company to design, build and finance the project, to be located on Wellington Street near Barton Street, across from the Regional Rehabilitation Centre.
The building, to be funded by the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services, is intended to house four programs from the Hamilton Health Sciences Chedoke campus: autism and spectrum disorders services; the child and youth mental health program; development pediatrics and rehabilitation services; and prosthetic and orthotic services.
The site will include an outdoor wheeling track, therapeutic playground and physiotherapy space.
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