Orléans Health Hub

Project Type:
BF-Build Finance
Infrastructure Type:
Health Care
Contract Value:
$59.7 million
Estimated Value for Money:
$4.8 million

About the Project:

The Orléans Health Hub project involved the construction of a new facility at the corner of Mer-Bleue Road and Brian Coburn Boulevard. The 96,000 square foot facility will bring together complementary services from the following health and community service partner organizations:

  • Bruyère
  • Champlain LHIN 
  • Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO)
  • Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre (EORC)
  • Geriatric Psychiatry Community Services of Ottawa (GPCSO)
  • Hôpital Montfort
  • Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa


  • Request for Qualifications:
    Jan 15, 2018
  • Short-list Bidders Selected:
    Apr 12, 2018
  • Request for Proposals:
    Oct 10, 2018
  • Winning Bidder Selected:
    Aug 01, 2019
  • Construction Begins:
    Aug 02, 2019
  • Construction Ends:
    Mar 16, 2021

Latest News

Winning Bidder

EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare


The Hub will respond to client needs within a comprehensive service delivery model of care. The project is the first of its kind in Ontario, and is expected to drive community-based health care thinking across the Province. Services will include:

  • A needs-based ambulatory program
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Geriatric support and wellness
  • Mental health and wellness
  • Active rehabilitation

The Hub’s model of care translates to a more cost-effective use of resources and a better patient experience. Appointments will be coordinated as much as possible to minimize travelling, information will be sent back to primary care physicians, and clients consulting several specialists will have access to a coordinated care plan.

The Hub will also serve as a place for teaching and research.

Community and Green Benefits

Residents of the greater Orléans area, from newborns to seniors, will have access to integrated programs close to home, focused on their needs and offered in both official languages.

A section of the site will be conveyed to the City of Ottawa to become a city park with native flowers and plants.

Economic Benefits

Approximately 200 workers were on site daily at the peak of construction.

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