Valleyview Project

The Valleyview project is a new building that will house two mental health programs and accommodate 38 beds, as well as academic, program and recreational spaces, with approximately 6,340 square metres in net program area.

Valleyview Project

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Project Description:

The Valleyview project is a new building that will accommodate 38 beds, as well as academic, program and recreational spaces, with approximately 6,340 square metres in net program area. The building will accommodate two mental health programs currently housed on the Willingdon and Canada Way site in Burnaby, BC:

  • The Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre provided by the Ministry of Children and Family Development; and
  • The Provincial Assessment Centre provided by Community Living British Columbia.
The Project is part of the redevelopment of the Riverview Lands, a 244-acre site in Coquitlam that was home to Riverview Hospital. It is bounded by Lougheed Highway to the east; Riverview Forest, Riverview Crescent/Chilko Drive and residential developments to the west; Como Lake Road to the North; and Cape Horn to the south.
Client: Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services
Project Cost: $75 million
Partner: PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc.
Project Status: Under Construction
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MILESTONES:

Request for Qualifications issued March 24, 2016
Request for Qualifications closed May 4, 2016
Shortlist announced July 20, 2016
Request for Proposals issued July 20, 2016
Contract award February 6, 2017
Construction to begin Spring 2017
Construction completed

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Contact:

Catherine Silman
Partnerships BC
Email: catherine.silman@partnershipsbc.ca
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