Following a rigorous review of qualifications, the MUHC Board of Directors has approved two consortia to move forward in the MUHC’s selection process for a private-sector partner for its Glen Campus. They are Groupe immobilier santé McGill and Partenariat CUSM.
The next phase—the Request for Proposals— will take place in spring 2008. Between now and then, the two consortia will work closely with the MUHC and its professionals to develop a thorough understanding of the healthcare centre’s needs, expectations, budget and timeline.
”We remain focused on our objective of creating an environment where exemplary health care and science can thrive,” said Dr. Arthur T. Porter, MUHC Director General and CEO. “We expect these consortia to submit detailed proposals that reflect our functional and technical specifications as well as our commitment to innovation, healing design and sustainable best practices.”
On June 27, 2007, the MUHC launched the PPP process for the Glen Campus with the support of the Agence des partenariats public-privé du Québec. This announcement completes the first step in the procurement process towards the eventual signing of a PPP for the design, construction, financing and maintenance of the MUHC’s Glen Campus facilities, which will include The Montreal Children’s Hospital, an Adult Hospital, a comprehensive cancer centre, the Research Institute of the MUHC and other facilities. The Canadian Shriners Hospital will also be built on the Glen Campus, but is not included in the PPP.
The Qualified Consortia
Groupe immobilier santé McGill comprises SNC Lavalin; Innisfree Limited; IBI Group; HDR Architecture Canada inc.; Yelle Maillé architectes associées S.E.N.C.; N.F.O.E. et associés architectes; Bouthillette Parizeau et associés Inc.; Pomerleau Inc.; Verreault Inc.; Simard-Beaudry Construction Inc.; Société de contrôle Johnson S.E.C.; Les Services Énergétiques Ecosystem Inc.; and Stationnement Safeway Canada Ltée.
Partenariat CUSM comprises John Laing Investments Limited; Obrascon Huarte Lain, S.A. (OHL); Groupe Decarel inc.; Groupe Arcop, architectes, S.E.N.C.; Genivar, Société en commandite; HKS inc. (AIA, ACHA); Texas energy Engineers, inc. dba ccrd partners; and AXIMA Services Inc.
The auditor of the Request for Qualification process, Mr. André Dumais, was present to observe that the evaluation and selection of consortia was conducted fairly and transparently. His report will be posted soon on the Web sites of the MUHC and the Agence des partenariats public-privé du Québec: www.muhc.ca/construction, www.ppp.gouv.qc.ca.
About the MUHC Redevelopment Project
Guided by its mission and its role as the nerve centre of the McGill integrated university hospital network, the MUHC is carrying out a $1.579-billion Redevelopment Project that will help the Government achieve its vision for academic medicine in Quebec. Excellence in patient care, research, education and technology assessment will be fostered on two state-of-art campuses—The Mountain and the Glen—and through strong relationships with healthcare partners. Each LEED®-registered campus will be designed to provide patients and their families with “The Best Care For Life” in a healing environment that is anchored in best sustainable development practices, including BOMA Go Green guidelines. www.muhc.ca/construction
About the MUHC
The MUHC is a comprehensive academic health institution with an international reputation for excellence in clinical programmes, research, teaching and technology evaluation. The MUHC is a merger of five teaching hospitals affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University: the Montreal Children’s, Montreal General, Royal Victoria, and Montreal Neurological hospitals and Institute, and the Montreal Chest Institute. Building on the tradition of medical leadership of the founding hospitals, the goal of the MUHC is to provide patient care based on the most advanced knowledge in the healthcare field and to contribute to the development of new knowledge. www.muhc.ca