Bird preferred for hospital project

As Originally Seen in the Journal of Commerce : 

B.C. Interior Health has named Bird Construction as its preferred proponent to design and build the new Clinical Services Building (CSB) at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops, B.C.

As part of the design-build agreement, the preferred proponent is responsible for completing the final designs of the Clinical Services Building and for overseeing the subsequent construction of the new facility.

The project includes improving site access, expanded space for medical outpatient services, a clinical education program space, the UBC medical school, additional parking stalls and a pedestrian bridge link connecting the new building to the main hospital.

The project will cost about $79.8 million.

Construction will begin this spring and is estimated for completion by 2016.
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