Mar 01, 2018

EllisDon Reaches Financial Close on Brockville General Hospital Redevelopment

Mississauga, ON, March 1, 2018 —Today, EllisDon achieved financial close on the Brockville General Hospital redevelopment project in Brockville, Ontario. Mississauga, ON, March 1, 2018—Today, EllisDon achieved financial close on the Brockville General Hospital redevelopment project in Brockville, Ontario.

After extensive evaluations following a competitive request for proposals process, EllisDon was awarded the contract to build and finance the redevelopment by Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Brockville General Hospital (BGH). 
"EllisDon is proud to be part of the team building the Brockville General Hospital redevelopment and deliver a facility that will have increased capacity and provide better access to healthcare and the wide-range of services offered by the hospital to the growing community," said Wayne Ferguson, Vice-President & Ottawa Area Manager, EllisDon. 

With BGH currently operating out of four campus locations, the primary objective redevelopment is to consolidate the various programs and services offered at these campuses to the main Charles Street site. The project involves approximately 20,000 square feet of renovations and construction of a four-storey addition plus mechanical penthouse which will add approximately 170,000 square feet of space. 

The redevelopment will allow for increased inpatient beds in the Complex Continuing Care, Palliative Care, and Rehabilitation departments. The new tower will accommodate: 

- 29 mental health beds 
- 32 complex continuing care and palliative care beds
- 32 inpatient rehabilitation and restorative care beds
- Support services such as food service and environmental services and facilities 

The project design will target a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver certification by integrating sustainable elements including storm water management bio-swales within parking areas, programmed landscape areas, and an accessible green roof garden. Senior-friendly design principles will also be incorporated. 

Construction is scheduled to begin in early March 2018.

Read the full press release HERE