At the Stage 3 launch, David Garlin, Planner for the Campus Development team, explains how West Park will make the new Hospital more accessible to persons with disabilities
Request For Proposals (PFP) now closed
Feb. 27, 2018
The request for proposals stage has closed for teams to submit their bids to design, build, finance and maintain the West Park Healthcare Centre development project in Toronto.
July 28, 2017
Infrastructure Ontario and West Park Healthcare Centre have released a request for proposals (RFP) to three teams prequalified to design, build, finance and maintain the new hospital development project in Toronto.
City Council Approves Amended Zoning Application
March 9, 2017
After a year long process, Toronto City Council approved on March 9, without debate, West Park’s zoning amendment application to build an all-new hospital facility. Learn more
RFQ Shortlisted Teams Announced
February 2, 2017
West Park and Infrastructure Ontario prequalify three teams to bid on the top job of designing, building, financing and maintaining the hospital's new six-storey, approximately 730,000 square foot facility. Learn more
Stage 3 Submission Complete
October 21, 2016
After spending an intense year engaging more than 450 patients, family members, employees, physicians and volunteers through 700-plus hours of formal meetings, workshops and open houses, West Park submitted its final planning document to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Learn more
September 1, 2016
The process has begun to select a team, which includes an architect and construction company, to build West Park’s new hospital. Infrastructure Ontario (IO), the government body that oversees major construction projects in the province, issued the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a team to design, build, finance and maintain our new facility. Learn more
July 5, 2016
The City of Toronto hosts a community consultation on West Park's site plan application to build a larger hospital building than originally proposed. The change in plans is driven by the need to meet current healthcare standards and building codes. Public transit, traffic, parking and trees were among the issues community members raised. Learn more
Mock-up Open House
Staff, physicians, patients, families and volunteers were invited to view and critique the full-scale, cardboard mock-up of patient spaces for the new hospital throughout June. Learn more
Stage 3: Output Specifications Begins
October 7, 2015
West Park launches Stage 3: Project Specific Output Specifications (PSOS) of the capital planning process. Using the Functional Program as a guide, the PSOS document outlines “rules” and “must-haves” that the developers bidding on the new hospital must incorporate in their architectural design. Learn more
Stage 2: West Park submits Functional Program
August 31, 2015
After a year of meetings and workshops with employees, physicians, patients and families from across the hospital, West Park submits its Functional Program. Learn more
West Park proposes an all-new hospital build
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care endorses West Park's new proposal to build an all-new hospital facility that would accommodate all patient care services and demolition of the Main Building. Learn more
Creative juices flow at Design Innovation Workshop
May 25, 2015
West Park’s campus development is transformed into reality as 60 patients, physicians, employees and volunteers came together to brainstorm possible designs, creating mock-ups of what inpatient and outpatient areas may look like. Learn more
Non-Hospital Development: Offer to Lease agreement signed with Amico Properties
April 13, 2015
West Park and Amico Properties sign an Offer to Lease agreement to develop five acres of land at the east end of West Park's campus. Revenue from the Non-Hospital Development will help cover the cost of the new Hospital. Learn more
Stage 2: Functional Program Begins
September 2, 2014
West Park launches its centre-wide Stage 2: Functional Program. This is a critical planning stage for the project as it will provide the architects and design team with a clear understanding of what West Park wants to achieve in the new and renovated facilities. Learn more
Request for Offer issued to lease Non-Hospital Development Zone
January 24, 2014
West Park Healthcare Centre issues a Request for Offer (RFO) to lease the Non-Hospital Development zone, a five-acre portion of the hospital’s campus intended to offer housing and related services for seniors and persons with disabilities. The revenue generated will contribute to West Park's local share cost of a new Hospital.
New Beacon for West Park: First physical icon of multimillion dollar expansion unveiled
June 26, 2013
The symbolic first stake-in-the-ground for West Park's redevelopment is unveiled at the north-west corner of Eglinton and Emmett Avenues. The new, prominent landmark — a 7.6 metre (25-foot) sign — addresses the hospital's long-standing challenge of visibility within the community. Learn more
Pre-Functional Programming Begins
May 27, 2013
Taking advantage of an extended planning timeline, West Park is the first Ontario hospital to undertake an additional phase before officially entering into Stage 2: Functional Programming. Learn more
Government approves West Park's campus development project
August 24, 2011
The Ontario Government gives the green light to West Park’s development plans, an historic milestone for one of the most significant redevelopments in the hospital's history. Learn more
August 17, 2010
Toronto City Council approves zoning changes that will permit West Park to expand the hospital and construct mixed-use buildings on the five acres of ancillary lands.
The Business Case
West Park submits its 800-page "Business Case for Campus Redevelopment" to the Health Capital Investment Branch of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. It provides details on site and building plans, a fundraising strategy and other operational issues. The business case was approved in 2010.
Business Case Grant
West Park took an important step towards redevelopment with a $3-million planning and development grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. The grant, announced by York South-Weston MPP Laura Albanese, allowed West Park to prepare a business case.
For more information, please contact the Campus Development team at 416-243-3600 ext. 2111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.