The Credit Valley Hospital and Infrastructure Ontario have selected Bondfield Construction Co. Ltd. to build and finance the hospital’s Phase II Expansion and Redevelopment Project, expanding the hospital with approximately 270,000 square feet of new construction and 70,000 square feet of renovation.
The expansion will result in increasing capacity from 392 to 471 beds with additional room for growth and the doubling of the number of labour and delivery rooms from seven to 15. Other improvements include providing a new high-dose radiation therapy suite and resources for expanded cancer treatments, additional surgical oncology, palliative and complex continuing care beds, more capacity for neonatal care, and increased diagnostic services and support areas. An expanded laboratory from approximately 15,000 square feet to 42,000 square feet will provide more in-house support for diagnostics.
The team, led by Bondfield Construction Co. Ltd., includes financing arranged by National Bank. Financial close on the project is expected shortly and construction will follow soon after. Project costs will be released at financial close.
In addition to a new four-storey inpatient unit and a two-storey/three-level addition located at the north end of the hospital, additional capacity for the Regional Maternal Child Centre to improve care and services in the South Peel Halton region will include:
doubling the number of labour and delivery rooms from seven to 15
expanding services for higher risk obstetrics
a new and expanded Special Care Nursery
an increase in bassinets from 22 to 37 to facilitate care for pre-term and other newborns requiring specialized neonatal care closer to home
an expanded Paediatric Unit to enhance CVH’s role as a Regional Children’s Health Centre for South Peel-Halton regions
new and expanded facilities for paediatric outpatient clinics including paediatric oncology satellite clinic and other sub-specialty programs and services for children
An expanded laboratory from approximately 15,000 square feet to 42,000 square feet to provide more in-house support for diagnostics.
Two new caesarean section operating rooms.
A new high-dose radiation therapy suite and resources for expanded cancer treatments to better meet current patient volumes and the expected volumes in coming years.