September 20, 2012
PCL Constructors works on Humber River Regional Hospital in Toronto
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Construction is moving along for the Humber River Regional Hospital’s new acute care complex in Toronto.
The project is being delivered under the Ontario government’s Alternative Financing and Procurement (AFP) program by Plenary Health Care Partnerships, which includes: Plenary Group/HCP Social Infrastructure (developer); Innisfree (equity); PCL Constructors Canada Inc. (design-construction); Johnson Controls LP (facilities management). Other partners in this project include HDR Architects and RBC Capital Markets (financial advisor/underwriter).
The design and construction of the new hospital will adhere to the guidelines and principles of the LEED® rating system, with a goal of achieving LEED® Silver certification. The facility includes a 14-storey, state-of-the-art acute care hospital complex equipped with expanded emergency services, diagnostic services and modern infectious disease containment systems. Completion of the project has been scheduled for spring 2015. The mechanical/electrical consultant is Smith and Andersen Consulting Engineers and subcontractors include: Michael Brothers Excavating, a division of Royal Excavating & Grading Limited; Caledon Structures Inc. (formwork); Harris Rebar, a division of Harris Steel ULC; Innocon Inc. (concrete); Prestressed Systems Inc. (precast); Modern Niagara Toronto Inc. (mechanical) and Plan Group Inc. (electrical).
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