Graham is excited to announce that the St. Paul’s Hospital Front Entrance project, situated in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan has been awarded to Graham.
“The project includes an 8,353 ft2 expansion, consisting of a fully accessible and expanded front entrance with 6,609 ft2 of interior renovations supporting the relocation of Patient Registration, Security, Information, additional washrooms, and a relocated gift shop. A Healing Centre is located in the front entrance for First Nations and Métis citizens to access for ceremony.”
“Upon completion, this project is set to improve safety, accessibility, and patient flow, as well as to establish a Cultural Healing Centre equivalent to those at Regina General and Pasqua Hospitals. The new First Nations and Métis Healing Centre will offer space for celebration of culture and for patients to seek culturally safe healing.”
Construction is slated to commence in the Fall of 2023, with a projected completion date in the Fall of 2025.
A STRONG HISTORY OF DELIVERING MAJOR PROJECTS IN SASKATCHEWAN
It’s noteworthy that Graham has deep roots in Saskatchewan, having been founded in the province back in 1926. The company boasts a robust track record of delivering major projects in Saskatchewan, including the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital in Moose Jaw, the Southwest Integrated Healthcare Facility in Maple Creek, and the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital in Saskatoon.
Source: Government of Saskatchewan