Dartmouth General Hospital Moves Toward Energy Efficient Addition

Government awarded a contract today, Nov. 17, for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for the Dartmouth General Hospital expansion project to MMM Group Limited.

Along with providing high quality services to meet the future health needs of Nova Scotia, government is ensuring new additions to the QEII redevelopment project are energy efficient.

Expansion at Dartmouth General Hospital Moving Forward

Government awarded the contract today, Oct. 5, for construction management services for the Dartmouth General Hospital expansion and renovation project to PCL Constructors Canada Inc.

The planned expansion and renovations are part of the QEII redevelopment project and include construction of space for 48 beds on the fifth floor, eight operating rooms to replace four existing operating rooms and adding four more, and extensive upgrades to outpatient and diagnostic imaging areas. This is in addition to work already underway on the third and fourth floors.

Next Step Begins for Expansion at Dartmouth General Hospital

The province is taking another step to expand and modernize the Dartmouth General Hospital and enhance its role in Nova Scotia's health care system.

A request for proposals for construction management services for the planned expansion and renovations at Dartmouth General Hospital was issued today, July 8.

The services required include advice on the pre-construction planning and scheduling to minimize disruptions to hospital operations.

Dartmouth General Video

Dartmouth General Hospital will be expanded as part of the QEII redevelopment, with patient beds and operating rooms added to its current capacity. The expansion of a working hospital is a complex process of planning, design and finally construction involving consultation at each step to ensure it meets health care and physical needs into the future.


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