REGINA – Link Developments Ltd. has been selected as the team to construct and maintain the new Regina General Hospital (RGH) parkade with construction set to start this fall.
Teams went through a two-stage procurement process with four teams making it through the request for qualifications process to the request for proposals stage where Link Developments Ltd. was ultimately selected.
“This milestone is significant in addressing the challenges encountered by residents, staff and other users of the Regina General Hospital parkade facility. Our commitment remains unwavering as we strive to deliver accessible and convenient infrastructure for the benefit of all Saskatchewan residents,” SaskBuilds and Procurement Minister Joe Hargrave said in a statement.
The new RGH parkade will be built in the northwest section of the existing visitor parking lot and Link Developments proposed design includes a parking facility with 1,005 stalls, with 873 stalls in the parkade and 132 surface stalls, for a net increase of 686 spaces.
Regina-based Link Developments Ltd. has operated in Saskatchewan since 2014 and recently built the Eastgate Centre – Medical Professional Building with a heated parkade in Regina as well as the University of Saskatchewan stadium parkade and the Avenue P Medical office building in Saskatoon.
Construction is expected to begin this month and is expected to be complete by the end of 2024.