Infrastructure works with Alberta Health and Alberta Health Services (AHS) to design and build health facilities that will meet the needs of a growing Alberta.
As these projects move forward, construction updates will be provided on some of these projects every 3 to 4 months.
Additional information about health facilities is available at Alberta Health.
|Facility name||Project update|
|Calgary Cancer Centre||October 2019 (PDF, 358 KB)|
|Edmonton Area Hospital||November 2019 (PDF, 623 KB)|
|Foothills Medical Centre: Power Plant Upgrade and Cogeneration Initiative||October 2019 (PDF, 170 KB)|
|Fort McMurray Continuing Care Centre (Willow Square)||October 2019 (PDF, 369 KB)|
|Grande Prairie Regional Hospital||October 2019 (PDF, 568 KB)|
|Northern Lights Regional Health Centre: Building Envelope Upgrade||October 2019 (PDF, 241 KB)|
|Norwood Redevelopment||October 2019 (PDF, 228 KB)|
|Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Red Deer Project||October 2019 (PDF, 264 KB)|
|Stollery Children’s Hospital: Pediatric Critical Care Expansion||October 2019 (PDF, 231 KB)|
Calgary Cancer Centre
The project will take 6 years to complete, with the facility open to the public in 2023.
When completed, the cancer centre will integrate comprehensive care, education and cancer research into a single state-of-the-art facility.
Learn more about the Calgary Cancer Centre.
Health facilities maintenance planning
All health facilities in Alberta are inspected regularly to assess their physical condition to ensure hospitals, clinics and health facilities are safe for patients and employees and are able to accommodate the effective delivery of health programs and services.
Funding for health facilities capital maintenance and renewal is administered by Alberta Infrastructure through the Infrastructure Maintenance Program (IMP) guidelines (Section 6.0).
IMP funding generally covers projects, such as:
- repair or replacement of electrical systems
Annually, AHS submits a list of renewal and maintenance projects to Alberta Infrastructure and Alberta Health. Those projects are reviewed to ensure they meet the IMP program eligibility criteria.
Funding is then provided to AHS, who in turn allocates funding to address their priority projects, from the supported project list. AHS is responsible for prioritizing, scheduling and delivering maintenance and renewal projects.
Connect with Alberta Infrastructure:
6950 113 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T6H 5V7