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ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development Redevelopment Project
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ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development Redevelopment Project
Renderings courtesy of Stantec Architecture

LEED Silver

ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development Redevelopment Project

Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Ontario

Clients

ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development (“EOK”)
Infrastructure Ontario

Consultant

Stantec Architecture

Project Completion Date

April, 2017

Type of Contract

Design Build and Finance

Project Value

$165,800,000

Description

The project will enable ErinoakKids to consolidate its current patchwork of leased and retrofitted office and commercial space into three new facilities that are fully accessible and appropriately designed to provide care to children and youth with a broad range of disabilities and special needs.

In May 2015, construction began on the three new facilities which will be located in Brampton, Oakville and Mississauga.  They are scheduled for completion in the spring of 2017.

Brampton site

At approximately 121,000 sq. ft., the Brampton site will house 250 staff on an 8-acre parcel of land that backs onto a forested area and natural stream, offering opportunities for outdoor treatment sessions and activities.

Features of the new Brampton facility include:

  • 26-bed respite house
  • Therapy pool
  • Two fully accessible playgrounds for therapy and play
  • Audiology, hearing aid fitting and dispensing
  • Adapted fitness facility
  • Two gyms for physiotherapy, group therapy and recreation therapy
  • Youth drop-in centre
  • Longo’s Family Resource Centre
  • Indoor and outdoor space to support skill and hobby development, as well as pre-vocational training
  • Treatment and group therapy rooms
  • Meeting/training spaces
  • Built to LEED Silver standards
  • Green roofs to manage storm/rain retention

Mississauga site

At approximately 93,000 sq. ft., the Mississauga site will house about 150 staff on a 6-acre parcel of land close to residential and commercial properties.  This location will be just steps away from public transit, including the Erindale GO station.

Features of the new Mississauga facility include:

  • Snoezelen room, providing a controlled multisensory environment
  • Fully accessible playgrounds for various therapies
  • Adapted fitness facility
  • Two gyms for physiotherapy, group therapy and recreation therapy
  • 20 treatment rooms
  • Two therapeutic playrooms
  • Longo’s Family Resource Centre
  • Youth drop-in centre
  • Serenity gardens
  • Audiology, hearing aid fitting and dispensing area
  • Built to LEED Silver standards
  • Green roofs to manage storm/rain retention

Oakville site

At approximately 73,000 sq. ft., the Halton site will house 210 staff on a 5.2-acre parcel of land located adjacent to the new Oakville hospital.  This location will provide opportunities for future clinical collaboration with the hospital.

Features of the new Halton facility include:

  • Snoezelen room, providing a controlled multisensory environment
  • Fully accessible playground for various therapies
  • Adapted fitness facility
  • Two gyms for physiotherapy, group therapy and recreation therapy
  • 20 treatment rooms
  • Two therapeutic playrooms
  • Longo’s Family Resource Centre
  • Indoor and outdoor space to support skill and hobby development, as well as pre-vocational training
  • Youth drop-in centre
  • Audiology, hearing aid fitting and dispensing area
  • Built to LEED Silver standards
  • Green roofs to manage storm/rain retention