Construction Cam

Watch the live feed camera


Interested viewers can watch the construction of West Park’s new hospital in the comfort of their homes or anywhere else in the world. A live-feed camera has been installed at the top of the Ruddy Building to overlook the construction of the new hospital.

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      Viewing highlights

      You can catch all the construction excitement from now until 2023. Below are some milestones and activities you can look forward to:

      • Level-by-level construction of West Park's six-story, approximately 730,000 square foot building;
      • Up to four cranes onsite and potentially up to 500 construction workers and tradespeople on the campus at the height of construction;
      • Topping off event when the final concrete slabs are poured at the top of the new hospital in 2022;
      • Opening of the new hospital in 2023.
        • Features of the New Hospital

          West Park has spent thousands of hours engaging patients, family members and staff in the planning of the new hospital with the goal of enhancing quality, patient safety and outcomes. With the architectural designs in the final stages, West Park is confident the new facility will enable staff to provide exemplary care in an environment that is spacious, nurturing and accessible.

          The next generation of patients, caregivers and visitors can look forward to the following in West Park's new hospital:

          • 314 beds;
          • 80 per cent of beds being in single-patient rooms; 20 per cent in double-patient rooms;
          • A private three-piece washroom for each inpatient, including those in double rooms;
          • Therapy gym on every floor;
          • Communal dining room on every inpatient unit;
          • Terraces on every floor so patients can easily access the outside;
          • New services which include geriatric clinics and day hospital, and satellite hemodialysis unit;
          • Extensive outdoor therapeutic spaces, gardens and walking trails to be used by patients, family members and the community;