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Infrastructure Ontario awards contracts for long-term care homes

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Infrastructure Ontario awards contracts for long-term care homes

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) recently announced contracts to accelerate the construction and redevelopment of long-term care infrastructure in Ontario.

Various developments for long-term care are taking place in Mississauga, Toronto, and Durham region. These projects, which are part of the Accelerated Build Pilot Program, will add up to 1,280 long-term care beds in the Greater Toronto Area.

The new homes will meet the latest standards for long-term care design, and will include private or semi-private bedrooms, lounge areas, dining rooms, terraces and enhancements to HVAC such as 100 per cent fresh air supply capability.

Mississauga – IO and Trillium Health Partners (THP) announced that EllisDon signed a contract to design and build two new long-term care homes on Speakman Drive in Mississauga. EllisDon was selected as the successful proponent as the result of a two-stage competitive and accelerated procurement process. IO will work with THP to manage construction and commissioning of the project. The completed long-term care homes will be owned and operated by a new not-for-profit corporation.

Toronto – IO and Humber River Hospital announced that EllisDon has signed a contract to design and build a new long-term care home at Humber River Hospital’s Finch Campus. EllisDon was selected as the successful proponent as the result of the two-stage competitive and accelerated procurement process. IO will work with Humber River Hospital to manage construction and commissioning of the project. The completed long-term care home will be owned by Humber River Hospital and operated on a not-for-profit basis.

Durham Region – IO and Lakeridge Health announced that PCL Constructors Canada Inc. has signed a contract to design and build a new long-term care home at the Ajax Pickering Hospital site. PCL was selected as the successful proponent as the result of a two-stage competitive and accelerated procurement process.

For further information on these projects, click here.

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