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Stuart Lake Hospital Redevelopment Project

The Stuart Lake Hospital Redevelopment Project will result in development of a new Stuart Lake Hospital to serve Fort St. James and surrounding area including First Nations communities.

Stuart Lake Hospital Redevelopment Project

Project Details

Project Description: The Stuart Lake Hospital Redevelopment Project will result in development of a new Stuart Lake Hospital to serve Fort St. James and surrounding area including First Nations communities of the Takla Lake First Nation, Tl’azt’en Nation, Binche Whut’en First Nation, Nak’azdli Whut’en, and Yekooche First Nation.

The Project will include:

  • Design and construction of a new hospital with:
    • Nine in-patient acute beds;
    • Eighteen long-term care beds;
    • Emergency care, medical imaging, laboratory, and supporting services;
    • Primary Care Clinic;
  • Demolition of the Existing Hospital; and
  • Construction of surface parking, landscaping, and a redundant emergency access.

The Northern Health Authority is one of six health authorities established by the provincial government to administer healthcare services in British Columbia. The Authority serves close to 300,000 residents, of whom 19.3 percent are of Indigenous descent, the highest concentration in any health authority within B.C. throughout 12 census communities. This region also includes 54 First Nations communities, and numerous unincorporated areas.

Client: Northern Health Authority
Project Cost: $116 million
Partner: TBD
Project Status: In procurement
Project Website: Click to access website
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Milestones

Request for Qualifications issued April 9, 2020
Request for Qualifications closed June 18, 2020
Request for Proposals issued
Contract award
Construction to begin
Construction completed

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

Project Contacts

Jag Tamber
Partnerships BC
Email: jag.tamber@partnershipsbc.ca

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