Comox Valley Community Meeting June 11, 2013

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Comox Valley Community Meeting June 11, 2013

  1. 1. North Island Hospitals Project Comox Valley Hospital Community Meeting June 11, 2013 1
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Project description, schedule and timelines 2. Hospital design and new features 3. Project Objectives, Guiding Principles, Design Guidelines 4. Procurement – PPP (P3 Process) 5. Community Issues: What we’ve heard 6. Community Benefits and Engagement 2
  3. 3. Comox Valley Hospital • 29,000 m2 • 153 beds • $334 million • Comox Strathcona Regional Hospital District 40% o $133.6 million • MRI • University of British Columbia (UBC) Academic Teaching Space • 71% growth 3 3
  4. 4. Comox Valley Hospital Proposed Design 4 4
  5. 5. Comox Valley Site Area 5
  6. 6. Hospital Design and Construction • Project and Program Design: o Initial design decisions for RFP made with direct consultation from over 20 user groups (300 people)  Physicians, nurses, food services, laundry, housekeeping, management o Future design decisions with proponent to include:  User Champions and Super Users Meeting  User groups (physicians, nurses, food services, laundry, housekeeping, management, public/patient)  Evidence Based Planning  Process Flow Mapping 6
  7. 7. New Hospital Features • Standardization: o Office space, meeting rooms, lounges o In Patient rooms, Intensive Care rooms, Operating Rooms o Maternity - Labour – Delivery – Recovery – Post-Partum (LDRP’s) • Space saving: o Washrooms – no longer staff and gendered (with exception of bathrooms in staff areas) 7
  8. 8. Comox Valley Hospital • Acute Care Community Hospitals – Fully Functional • 315,000 sq feet • 153 Acute care beds • 105 In-Patient Units • 8 Intensive Care Units • 9 Telemetry • 9 LDRP • 6 Pediatrics • Psychiatry 11, 4 PICU 8
  9. 9. Comox Valley Hospital • 6 OR’s, 18 Surgical Daycare, 13 PARR • 5 Procedure rooms • Outpatient clinics o Chemo 7, Medical Daycare 7 • 31 Emergency • Lab (including autopsy) • Medical Imaging • Rehab • Pharmacy 9
  10. 10. Public Private Partnerships (PPP) ● Long term, performance-based contract between government and a private partner to deliver infrastructure and facility management services: o Design, build, finance, maintain into one contract o Transfers key risks: schedule, cost, lifecycle, design o Innovation and competition o Enables VIHA to focus on core business - healthcare 10
  11. 11. Manage Project Program Plan Program Delivery Design Build Maintain Facility Management Services Finance Project Own Building Own Land Public sector Private partner 11
  12. 12. Project Procurement – PPP Process Concept Plan 2 to 4 months We are here Business Case & Design Concept 5 months to 2 years Issue RFQ Issue RFP Negotiate Design Construction 2 to 4 years Maintenance Contract Term 30 years 12
  13. 13. Project Proponents Team: Arbutus Healthcare Partners • Carillion Canada Inc. • Bird Capital Limited • Concert Infrastructure Ltd. • Bird Design-Build Construction Inc. • Campbell Construction Ltd. • Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd. • NBBJ Architecture 13 13
  14. 14. Project Proponents Team: Plenary Health • Plenary Group (Canada) Ltd. • PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc. • CEI Architecture Planning Interiors • Parkin Architects Western Ltd. • Johnson Controls Inc. 14 14
  15. 15. Project Proponents Team: Tandem Health Partners • Balfour Beatty Capital – Canada Ltd. • Gracorp Capital Advisors Ltd. • Connor Clark & Lunn GVest Traditional Infrastructure LP • Graham Design Builders LP • Farmer Construction Ltd. • Stantec Inc. • Honeywell International Inc. 15 15
  16. 16. Project Schedule ‘Request for Proposal’ Package Finalized April, 2013 VIHA Site Preparation Work Comox Valley Site – Leighton Contracting (2009) Ltd. Campbell River Site – Palladian Development Request for Proposal Phase March – November, 2013 Collaborative Meetings (4) Identify Preferred Proponent Project Agreement Negotiations April – December, 2013 January – March, 2014 16
  17. 17. Project Schedule Financial Close March, 2014 Ground Breaking Ceremony Design and Construction of New Facilities April, 2014 – March, 2017 Service Commencement – Project Completion March, 2017 Commissioning and Transition Period April – September, 2017 Move-In Late Fall, 2017 17
  18. 18. Six Month Look Ahead: What is going to happen? • Finalize VIHA site preparation – Comox Valley Hospital • Collaborative meetings with three proponents • User Groups: o Process Flow Mapping o Present State – Future State o LEAN Process Redesign o User Group Team Building • Public meetings: October 29 and 30, 2013 (location TBD) • Technical Evaluations – October – November, 2013 • Financial Evaluations – November – December, 2013 18 18
  19. 19. Site Preparation: Schedule and Update • Site preparation activity began March 2013 • Tree removal complete, site hydro seeded • All work to be completed by October 2013 19 19
  20. 20. Site Preparation: Schedule and Update • 2-4 foot berm being established in • Over 1000 trees being planted in selected areas of the buffer zone buffer zones between NIC, hospital and Queneesh • Coniferous, deciduous trees, Garry Oaks, shrubs and other plants 20
  21. 21. What We’ve Heard: Landscaping and Walkway • The existing paved walkway to Lerwick will be closed as of July 1, 2013 • A new walkway is being created around the hospital site to Lerwick and Ryan roads– open as of July 1, 2013 • As of October 1, 2013 you can access Lerwick from two landscaped walkways: o o • One route between the hospital site and NIC One route between the hospital site and Queneesh Walkway and pedestrian routes on hospital grounds will be built to ensure accessibility for: o Individuals with mobility challenges, visually impaired and baby strollers 21
  22. 22. v What We’ve Heard: Landscaping and Walkway 22
  23. 23. What We’ve Heard: Landscaping and Walkway July – October 2013 23
  24. 24. What We’ve Heard: Soccer Field and Baseball Diamonds • Fencing around the one soccer field to be installed end of June • Soccer fields on Queneesh property stay the same • Soccer field on hospital property remains open until early 2014 • From July 1st through September 2013, the soccer field will be accessible only from Lerwick Rd. • October 1 there will be accessibility from Queneesh o • Working with soccer groups and city to ensure usage Baseball diamonds will be removed at the end of June after ball season ends 24
  25. 25. What We’ve Heard: Fencing and Site Safety • An 8ft construction fence will be in place for the entire period of time that there is work on the site • An Emergency Management Contact List has been created in conjunction with School Advisory Committee • WorkSafe BC • Occupational Health & Safety 25
  26. 26. What We’ve Heard: Noise and Dust Management • During construction dust control practices will be utilized • Once the hospital is in place, carefully designed building ventilation systems will be used to minimize noise and exhaust • Noise lessening strategies from Royal Jubilee Project will be applied to areas such as refuse, recycling, loading, and service areas • Noise reduction materials will be provided on parking structure walls within 200 metres of residential developments 26
  27. 27. What We’ve Heard: Parking and Traffic Management • During construction, workers and suppliers will not be allowed to park on any street within 1km of the site • Currently, SJGH has 438 stalls on site, but those accommodate both acute care and residential care, staff and visitors • New CV hospital will have 655 parking stalls including: o 425 for physicians and staff o 230 for patients and visitors including at least 24 stalls for disabled persons 27
  28. 28. What We’ve Heard: Parking and Traffic Management • In addition, the Project Agreement calls for: o 50 motorcycle o 50 secured bicycle o 30 unsecured bicycle o 2 Handy Dart bus stops o 10 main door drop-off spaces o 2 taxi stands o 2 ambulance parking o 3 Emergency drop-off 28
  29. 29. What We’ve Heard: Transportation and Traffic • Stepped right turn facility 29
  30. 30. What We’ve Heard: Transportation and Traffic • Pedestrian friendly 30
  31. 31. What We’ve Heard: Community Engagement • Quarterly open houses and information sessions • Meetings with: o o Chamber of Commerce o City Council o Aboriginal Working Group o Service clubs o • School District and local Queneesh Elementary School Construction association, and others Project newsletters, Website, Social Media 31 31
  32. 32. What We’ve Heard: Community Engagement • Industry Speed Dating: o May 27, 2013 – Campbell River o May 28, 2013 – Comox Valley o 140 businesses attended in both communities, with over 225 people:  64 local Campbell River businesses attended  75 local Comox Valley businesses attended 32
  33. 33. What We’ve Heard: Community Engagement • Industry Speed Dating: o Feedback from proponents overwhelmingly positive – excited about the capacity and level of service of local businesses 33
  34. 34. Aboriginal and First Nations Engagement • Aboriginal Working Group: o Kwakiutl District Council o Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council o First Nations Health Authority o We Wai Kai Nation o Wei Wai Kum First Nation o K'ómoks First Nation o Wachiay Friendship Centre o VIHA Aboriginal Employment o North Island Métis Nation o MIKISW Métis Association Photo courtesy of Comox Valley Echo 34
  35. 35. Community Benefits • Employment – direct and indirect • Majority of construction hired locally • Construction services and material procured locally • BC Cancer Agency for the North o o • 90% of trades came from North Majority of local companies hired as part of construction team Royal Jubilee Patient Care Centre: • At the peak of construction, approximately 725 people were employed on the project • The majority of them from Greater Victoria 35
  36. 36. Community Benefits Preliminary Employment Numbers – Direct Employment 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Total Comox Valley 50 200 250 350 300 1150 Campbell River 30 175 225 325 275 1030 36
  37. 37. Thank You!! Questions? 37 37

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