An exterior view of the new hospital during the day. (Artist rendering, subject to change)

Development Phase Agreement begins for

The Ottawa Hospital's new campus


The Ottawa Hospital (TOH) and Infrastructure Ontario (IO) are pleased to announce they have signed a Development Phase Agreement with The Ottawa Hospital Build Partners to deliver a state-of-the-art new hospital in downtown Ottawa.

“Signing this agreement is an enormous milestone for the new campus project,” said Cameron Love, President and CEO of The Ottawa Hospital. “Our collaborative efforts with all of our partners will reshape the future of health care across the region for our community for generations to come.”

The new hospital is being planned and built through a progressive public-private partnership approach, designed to foster collaborative development. The Ottawa Hospital Build Partners will now work collaboratively with TOH, IO, and the Ontario Ministry of Health to finalize the design, pricing, schedule, risk parameters and project requirements for the new hospital. If the development phase is successfully completed, it is expected that TOH will enter into a fixed-price project agreement with the development partner to design, build, finance, and maintain the project.

For more information about the procurement process, please visit the Infrastructure Ontario website.

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Did you know?


The total economic output of the construction of TOH’s new campus is estimated at $3.77 billion. Output is measured as the value of all goods and services produced during a specific period of time; in this case, it’s the duration of the construction of the parking garage and main hospital building.

Learn how the new campus development is an economic anchor in our community.