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PCL picked to build $2.1B replacement for St. Paul’s Hospital at new Vancouver site (New SPH)

A rendering of the new hospital, expected to open in late 2026 in Vancouver. Further details on the construction timeline are expected to be available later this month. (Photo credit: On-Site Magazine)
A rendering of the new hospital, expected to open in late 2026 in Vancouver. Further details on the construction timeline are expected to be available later this month. (Photo credit: On-Site Magazine)

A team headed by PCL Construction has been picked to build the new St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver.

Providence Health Care announced its choice Feb. 9 after shortlisting two build teams to bid on the project in fall 2019. The final contract has yet to be signed, but the selection of the PCL team effectively caps a 20-month procurement period and years of preliminary planning.

The latest estimates for the new facility at 1002 Station St. in the False Creek Flats peg the total cost at $2.083 billion, up from $1.9 billion previously. The sprawling — at least relative to its densely packed surroundings — 18.4-acre site will let the hospital nearly double its current footprint.

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