SNC-Lavalin has been selected by Graham Capital Partners LP (Graham) as the facility manager for the $407-million Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford (SHNB).
The 30-year contract includes responsibilities for the building’s electro-mechanical systems, elevators, help desk, utilities management, emergency management, road maintenance, snow removal, landscaping, building automation systems, as well as the replacement and refurbishment of assets to name a few.
“The Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford is significant to the community and SNC-Lavalin is pleased to join the team to help ensure this facility delivers its essential role in mental health care,” said Dale Clarke, Executive Vice-President, Operations and Maintenance (O&M), SNC-Lavalin. “We look forward to delivering services and collaborating with Graham and its partners. The community can be confident knowing we have a very experienced team to ensure long-term success and achieve the greater goal of a first class facility that provides quality health care.”
“As the owner of Access Prairies Partnership, Graham is proud to work in partnership with the Saskatchewan Government and Saskatchewan Health Authority to deliver this modern and innovative facility to the communities in this province,” said Adam Burk, Graham’s Vice-President, Concessions and Infrastructure Finance. “We look forward to collaborating and leveraging our collective expertise with SNC-Lavalin to operate and maintain SHNB for years to come.”
SHNB is the newest and most advanced mental health treatment centre in Canada. The facility has 284 beds, 96 of which are secure beds for male and female offenders living with mental health issues.