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Picture of the productSouthwest Calgary Ring Road Project - Hard Copy

Detailed case study of the Southwest Calgary Ring Road project, the 2016 Gold Award for Project Financing winner.

Vital to the completion of the Calgary Ring Road corridor, the Southwest Calgary Ring Road project comprises approximately 31 kilometres of new 6- and 8-lane divided freeway including additional and auxiliary lanes in addition to existing infrastructure. Fifteen kilometres of the priority new infrastructure will be located on lands the Government of Alberta acquired from the Tsuut’ina Nation. The $1.4 billion project's unique set of constraints required an optimization of risk transfer – the DBFOM P3's estimated $700 million cost savings were achieved through significant pass-down of risk and through the project’s highly innovative hybrid debt financing solution, which included using medium-term financing to amortize costs.

This 26-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Gold Award for Project Financing winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

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Picture of the productSouthwest Calgary Ring Road Project

Detailed case study of the Southwest Calgary Ring Road project, the 2016 Gold Award for Project Financing winner.

Vital to the completion of the Calgary Ring Road corridor, the Southwest Calgary Ring Road project comprises approximately 31 kilometres of new 6- and 8-lane divided freeway including additional and auxiliary lanes in addition to existing infrastructure. Fifteen kilometres of the priority new infrastructure will be located on lands the Government of Alberta acquired from the Tsuut’ina Nation. The $1.4 billion project's unique set of constraints required an optimization of risk transfer – the DBFOM P3's estimated $700 million cost savings were achieved through significant pass-down of risk and through the project’s highly innovative hybrid debt financing solution, which included using medium-term financing to amortize costs.

This 26-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Gold Award for Project Financing winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

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Picture of the productForensic Services and Coroner's Complex - Hard Copy

Detailed case study of the Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, the 2016 Silver Award for Service Deliverywinner.

The 663,000-square-foot Forensic Services and Coronerâ€ÿs Complex was developed in direct response to a judicial inquiry into pediatric forensic pathology in Ontario that identified a need for updated and consolidated facilities. Housing under one roof the Office of the Chief Coroner, the Ontario Forensic Pathology Service, the Centre of Forensic Sciences and the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management, with state-of-the-art lab facilities and courtrooms that enhance investigations and the quality of evidence, the medicolegal building is among the best-performing and -serviced facilities of its type in North America. The DBFM public-private partnership model motivates innovative facilities management approaches and a superior level of service, and the projectâ€ÿs total cost of $497 million achieves a value for money of $111.5 million.

This 26-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Silver Award for Service Delivery winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

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Picture of the productForensic Services and Coroner's Complex

Detailed case study of the Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, the 2016 Silver Award for Service Deliverywinner.

The 663,000-square-foot Forensic Services and Coronerâ€ÿs Complex was developed in direct response to a judicial inquiry into pediatric forensic pathology in Ontario that identified a need for updated and consolidated facilities. Housing under one roof the Office of the Chief Coroner, the Ontario Forensic Pathology Service, the Centre of Forensic Sciences and the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management, with state-of-the-art lab facilities and courtrooms that enhance investigations and the quality of evidence, the medicolegal building is among the best-performing and -serviced facilities of its type in North America. The DBFM public-private partnership model motivates innovative facilities management approaches and a superior level of service, and the projectâ€ÿs total cost of $497 million achieves a value for money of $111.5 million.

This 26-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Silver Award for Service Delivery winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

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Picture of the productNew Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital - Hard Copy

Detailed case study of the New Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, the 2016 Gold Award for Infrastructure winner.

The new Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital sets a new Canadian standard for hospital construction and design. Community input contributed to the success of this DBFM P3, which combines innovative architecture and the latest technology to deliver high-quality patient- and family-centred healthcare. Replacing a legacy hospital, the new Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital can accommodate 457 inpatient beds and has additional space for up to 602 beds. The project's total cost of $1.7 billion demonstrates an estimated value for money of $383.1 million and as a centre for medical excellence is expected to be an economic stimulant for the developing north Oakville region.

This 29-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Gold Award for Infrastructure winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

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Picture of the productNew Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital

Detailed case study of the New Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, the 2016 Gold Award for Infrastructure winner.

The new Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital sets a new Canadian standard for hospital construction and design. Community input contributed to the success of this DBFM P3, which combines innovative architecture and the latest technology to deliver high-quality patient- and family-centred healthcare. Replacing a legacy hospital, the new Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital can accommodate 457 inpatient beds and has additional space for up to 602 beds. The project's total cost of $1.7 billion demonstrates an estimated value for money of $383.1 million and as a centre for medical excellence is expected to be an economic stimulant for the developing north Oakville region.

This 29-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Gold Award for Infrastructure winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

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Picture of the productHumber River Hospital

Detailed case study of the Humber River Hospital, the 2015 Gold Award for Infrastructure winner.

The new Humber River Hospital P3 project, a partnership of Humber River Hospital and Plenary Health Care Partnerships, replaces three older hospitals with North America's first fully digital hospital. One of Canada's largest acute-care hospitals, serving a catchment area of 850,000 residents in northwest Toronto, it is also the most energy-efficient hospital of its size in North America, incorporating digital technologies in the design, operations and maintenance of the facility to reduce its operating costs and carbon footprint and improve patient care. The hospital opened its doors to the public in October 2015.

This 34-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Gold Infrastructure Award winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

Published: 05/2016; 34 pages.
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Picture of the productOkanagan Correctional Centre

Detailed case study of the Okanagan Correctional Centre, the 2015 Silver Award for Community Involvement winner.

The Okanagan Correctional Centre (OCC) project is the first maximum security correctional centre in British Columbia to be built on First Nations land, part of the Osoyoos Indian Band's traditional reserve lands in the Senkulmen Business Park. The land was leased by the Government of British Columbia in an historic 80-year agreement with the band to achieve this public-private partnership between the government and the private sector consortium led by Plenary Group. The state-of-the-art facility is currently under construction. Once operational in early 2017, the OCC will more than double corrections capacity in BC's interior, improve safety for staff and inmates and act as an ongoing economic catalyst for the Osoyoos Indian Band and the Okanagan region.

This 30-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Silver Community Involvement Award winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

Published: 05/2016; 30 pages.
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Picture of the productSaskatchewan Joint Use School Projects

Detailed case study of the Saskatchewan Joint Use School Projects, the 2015 Silver Award for Innovative Partnerships winner.

The Saskatchewan Joint Use Schools Project 1 and 2, a P3 between SaskBuilds and the Joint Use Mutual Partnership team led by Concert Infrastructure Ltd., is the largest new schools construction project in Saskatchewan's history and demonstrates the value of bundling smaller facilities as one P3. The project includes the design and delivery of 18 schools for 11,100 students from kindergarten to grade eight at nine joint use sites in Regina, Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman, all communities experiencing unprecedented growth. The new schools, which will also include 810 child-care spaces and community resource space, will be fully owned and operated by their school divisions and ready for students in September 2017.

This 25-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Silver Innovative Partnerships winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

Published: 05/2016; 25 pages.
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Picture of the productHumber River Hospital - Hard Copy

Detailed case study of the Humber River Hospital, the 2015 Gold Award for Infrastructure winner.

The new Humber River Hospital P3 project, a partnership of Humber River Hospital and Plenary Health Care Partnerships, replaces three older hospitals with North America's first fully digital hospital. One of Canada's largest acute-care hospitals, serving a catchment area of 850,000 residents in northwest Toronto, it is also the most energy-efficient hospital of its size in North America, incorporating digital technologies in the design, operations and maintenance of the facility to reduce its operating costs and carbon footprint and improve patient care. The hospital opened its doors to the public in October 2015.

This 34-page case study provides details on the elements that made this project the Gold Infrastructure Award winner. Information on the project includes: quick facts, procurement process, structure of the agreement, financial arrangements, risk allocation, benefits, communications, labour, monitoring, innovative features, testimonials and partner contacts.

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