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Construction team chosen for Burnaby Hospital phase two project

Construction team chosen for Burnaby Hospital phase two project
FRASER HEALTH - A multi-party contract involving PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc. and Parkin Architects Western Ltd. has been signed and approved for Phase 2 of the Burnaby Hospital redevelopment.

BURNABY, B.C. – Fraser Health and British Columbia’s Provincial Health Services Authority have selected the preferred proponent team for phase two of the Burnaby Hospital redevelopment project in Burnaby, B.C.

The multi-party contract, also known as a as a single target outturn cost alliance development agreement, involves PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc. and Parkin Architects Western Ltd. and was signed and approved on June 21.

Under the agreement, the owner, builder and designer team up together for full project delivery.

Phase two of the redevelopment includes construction of the Keith and Betty Beedie Acute Care Tower, which will feature 160 private rooms to support general medicine, medical oncology, cardiac telemetry, intensive care and high-acuity patients, a new medical imaging department with two CT scanners, a spiritual-care suite, public spaces and hospital support services, the release said.

The new tower will also house the new BC Cancer – Burnaby McCarthy Centre, including 54 ambulatory-care rooms, 31 chemotherapy chairs, space for five linear accelerators, space for two PET/CT scanners, an oncology pharmacy, and clinical trials and research space.

In April two cranes were removed from the site as part of phase one. Additional phase one work, undertaken by design-builder EllisDon, includes construction of the new health-care pavilion featuring maternity, neonatal intensive care, mental-health in-patient and medical in-patient units.

The estimated completion date for the new pavilion is 2025, the release said.

Further phase one work includes an upgrade of the Jim Pattison Surgery Centre and renovations to the emergency department and other support areas as part of the expansion and renovation of the Support Facilities Building.

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