St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto has selected Bondfield Construction for building and redevelopment project.
Bondfield will design and build new 17-storey patient care tower at the hospital. In addition, the company will renovate about 150,000 square feet of existing hospital space. The new patient care tower will be built at the corner of Queen and Victoria streets.
Bondfield was one of three companies shortlisted for the construction and renovation project known as St. Michael’s 3.0. It is the construction part of St. Michael’s Partnership, which includes NORR Ltd. with Farrow Partnership, and Rocklyn Capital Inc.
Bondfield agreed to design, build and finance the St. Michael’s redevelopment project for $301 million. Construction of the new Peter Gilgan Patient Care Tower is expected to be completed in three years. The tower has been specifically designed to care for critically ill patients and, with the renovations, will provide a larger, more modern space, equipped to manage the hospital’s current patient care volumes.
Renovations to existing space will include nearly doubling the size of the Slaight Family Emergency Department and replacing the 100-year-old Shuter Wing with a new three-story structure on the corner of Bond and Shuter streets.