The Windsor Construction Association and the Heavy Construction Association of Windsor have made it clear they are ready to build the future of healthcare in Windsor-Essex.

“There is no doubt that our community’s current medical building infrastructure is fast approaching their expiry dates, and while our industry has enjoyed patching them together to remain functional over the last couple of decades, there comes a time when such efforts are no longer practical,” they stated in a letter addressed to the President and CEOs of Windsor Regional Hospital and Hotel Dieu Grace Healthcare.

Click here to view the letter written on behalf of the Windsor Construction Association and Heavy Construction Association of Windsor Boards’ of Directors and membership representing more than 440 General Contractor, Sub Contractor, Supplier, Manufacturer and Professional Firms in our region.

Job creation projections from a 2015 Economic Development report by KPMG, are listed below.

Note: These numbers are only for the new Single-Site Acute Care Hospital and do not take into account the construction and redevelopment at the Tayfour Campus, the Urgent Care Centre at the former Grace Hospital site or the investments in the outpatient mental health and a community hub at the Ouellette Campus.


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