“REA has successfully completed each project, displaying leadership and professional sill throughout the construction, from start up to final occupancy to the year end warranty period. I would highly recommend them to any potential client.”
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Project: T1 Pharmacy
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Project Cost: $2,000,000
Architecture: HDR Architecture
Schedule: 6 Months

The T1 Pharmacy project at Sunnybrook was a renovation to expand an existing Pharmacy within the building. The renovations included new flooring, painting, and in-house millwork completed by REA Construction.

Project: T1 Chemotherapy
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Project Cost:$3,265,000
Architecture: HDR
Schedule: 8 months

The T1 Chemotherapy project at Sunnybrook was a two-phase renovation to an 11,000sq.ft space. Work took place in a live hospital environment adjacent to waiting areas and public atrium traffic areas. Noise was to be kept to a minimum, and mechanical and electrical tie-ins took place in other areas other than the construction site completed after hours.

Project: C7 Research
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Project Cost: $2,165,000
Architecture: HDR Architecture
Schedule: 9 Months

The C7 Research Project at Sunnybrook was an interior renovation to approximately 10,000sq.ft of space. The renovations consisted of the demolition and rebuilding of the space to accommodate a new Research Pathology Lab.

Project: Brachy Therapy and Gamma Knife 
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Approximate Cost: $6,208,000
Architect: HDR Architecture

The project consisted of refitting two equipment rooms to accept new bratty therapy and gamma knife equipment. Attention to details was critical on this project, as is with any equipment replacement, to ensure dates of equipment delivery were met and intricacies of construction were achieved.

Project: Palliative Care Renovation
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Approximate Cost: 908,000
Architect: Tillmann Ruth Robinson

This project is an a 2500sq.ft renovation to the existing Palliative Care unit. This full scale renovation involves decanting existing palliative care patients to smoothly renovate the existing space including demolition, quarried stone, millwork, new doors and hardware including access controls, new ceilings, flooring and painting as well as glass folding panel privacy partitions, window shades and wall protection.

Project: Orb
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Project Cost: $ 526,180
Architect: HDR 
Architecture 

This project consisted of a refresh to an operating room. After hours work was a large component of this project working alongside other live operating rooms.

Project: Prism MRi
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Project Cost: $ 844,900
Architect: HDR 
Architecture 

This project consisted of demolishing an existing area within the hospital to fit out for new medical equipment. After hours work was an important component.

Project: TG132 MRi Linac
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Approximate Cost: 4,295,000
Architect: HDR Architecture 

The project consisted of demolishing an existing are within the hospital to fit out for new medical equipment. This new MRi Linac equipment is the first of its kind in Canada. Exterior work involved excavating and cutting through to the floor below to make a pit to drop the new equipment. After hours work was an important component.

Project: T-Wing Flooring
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Approximate Cost: $960,500
Architect: HDR Architecture

All work was completed after hours and was performed in a heavily phased approach. Half of the corridor was completed at once with hoarding separating the area in half. Many areas also included extensive mould abatement after removal of existing floors. The challenge was that this area was to be completed in a strict 9 week timeline which required in depth communication from all parties on a daily basis.

Project: GE CT AGFA
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Approximate Cost: $655,780
Architect: HDR Architecture

The project consists of interior alterations of an existing area within the hospital located on the Ground floor of the ‘A’ Wing. The scope of work on this floor consists of cut and patch work of the existing areas to accommodate new GE CT equipment, relocation of existing services and installation of new lead lined door and millwork.

Project: High Voltage
Client: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Approximate Cost: $2,095,375
Architect: HH Angus

Construction of new floor slab and generator pads to implement new generators, switchboard, and suspended silencers provided by others. Exterior envelope re-cladded, new roof installed, as well as new landscaping supplied at the perimeter of the building. The major challenge on this project was keeping the envelope weather tight during the extreme conditions of winter 2014/2015. The weather was monitored daily to ensure proper protection of the existing transformers and later, new transformers.