Infrastructure Ontario releases short-lists and awards contract

Following evaluations, three companies have been short-listed to design, build, finance and maintain a new, state-of-the-art facility for offenders with mental health disorders for the Mental Health Centre Penetanguishene (MHCP). The expanded hospital will replace the existing 160-bed Oak Ridge Facility and the 20-bed Brebeuf Facility, and will consolidate MHCP into a more efficient, 312-bed psychiatric hospital complex.


The three short-listed companies include:

  • Carillion Health Solutions, including: Carillion Canada Inc.; Vanbots, a division of Carillion Construction Inc.; Parkin Architects Limited; Read Jones Christoffersen; TMP Consulting Engineers; Crossey Engineering Ltd.; JMR Electric; Siemens Building Technologies.
  • Integrated Team Solutions, including: EllisDon Corporation; Fengate Capital Management Ltd.; Cannon Design; Mulvey & Banani International Inc.; Geo. A. Kelson Company Limited; Hidi Rae Consulting Engineers Inc.; Honeywell Limited (Canada); National Bank Financial Inc.; Univex (Ontario) Limited; Stephenson Engineering Limited.
  • Plenary Health, including: Plenary Group Canada; PCL Constructors Canada; Johnson Controls; Innisfree; HCP; HDR; Halsall Associates; Smith and Andersen; Plan Group Modern Niagara; RBC Capital Markets; Lobo; Vipond.

Three other companies were short-listed for a new mental health care project with two sites: one in London and one in St. Thomas, Ont., both owned and operated by St. Joseph’s Health Care — St. Joseph’s Regional Mental Health Care London and the Regional Mental Health Care St. Thomas.


The three short-listed companies include:

·        AI Health Group, including: Innisfree Limited; Acciona S.A.; HCP Canada Ltd.; Acciona Infrastructures Canada Inc.; Walbridge Construction Canada Inc.; Kasian Architecture Ontario Limited; MAPP Architecture; MMM Group Limited; Vollmer Inc. – Sutherland-Schultz; E.S. Fox Limited, Black & McDonald Limited, Investec Limited.

·        Integrated Team Solutions, including: EllisDon Corporation, Fengate Capital/LPF Infrastructure Fund, Honeywell Limited (Canada), Parkin Architects Limited, Architects Tillmann Ruth Mocellin Inc., Hastings and Aziz Consulting Structural Engineers Ltd., The Mitchell Partnership Inc., The Walter Fedy Partnership, Modern Niagara Toronto Inc., Gordan Electric, Scotia Capital.

·        Lend Lease Health Solutions – St. Joseph’s, including: Lend Lease Canada Inc., Stantec Consulting Ltd., Johnson Controls Inc., RBC Dominions Securities Inc., Bondfield Construction Company Limited, McKay-Cocker Limited, J.M.R. Electric Ltd.


The short-listed bidders for all three projects will be invited to respond to the request for proposals, which will be released in early 2010.


Finally, Carillion Health Services recently signed a contract with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) to design, build, finance and maintain phase 1B of CAMH’s capital redevelopment project in Toronto. The Carillion team includes its fully integrated Construction and Facility Management Divisions; Stantec Architecture Ltd.; and Scotia Capital Inc. Financing for the CAMH project is being provided by Scotia Capital Inc., Dexia Credit Local S.A. (acting under the name Dexia Capital Markets), and Casgrain & Company Ltd. as long-term debt underwriters. Construction financing is provided by Banco Espirito Santo de Investimento, S.A., New York branch; The Bank of Nova Scotia and Dexia Credit Local S.A. acting through its Canada branch. Equity is being provided by Carillion Private Finance Ltd. and by Fengate Capital Management Ltd. on behalf of OE Infrastructure Fund. The contract with Carillion is for $293 million in net present dollars, to be delivered by a fixed completion date.



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