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Expansion projects at Cape Breton Regional Hospital continue to move forward. Northern Contracting Limited, a locally owned and operated construction company in Sydney Mines, was awarded an early construction package that includes groundwork and site preparation for the new Cape Breton Cancer Centre, Energy Centre and Clinical Services Building. The contract is valued at over $5 million.
The Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) Healthcare Redevelopment project is another step closer to transforming the way health care is delivered in New Waterford and surrounding area, and the communities of the Northside. Government awarded the contract for the construction management services for the New Waterford Community Hub and Northside Health Centre projects to PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
The province continues to move forward with Cape Breton Regional Municipality’s largest health-care project that will improve access and expand services. The province is allocating $38.4 million towards planning and early construction of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project, today, July 2.
Government is another step closer to construction of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital’s new emergency department, cancer centre and critical care department. The construction management services contract was awarded today, Jan. 9, to Pomerleau Lindsay Construction Joint Venture, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project.
The province is taking another important step to make way for the construction of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital expansion, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project. Today, Dec. 4, the province approved funding of $2.6 million to relocate one of the parking lots at the back of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital. The parking lot, which is closest to the building, has 238 spaces. The spaces will be moved across the street from the current Cape Breton Cancer Centre.