Barrie Primary Care Campus
The three-storey, 83,400 SF Barrie Primary Care Campus houses the Barrie & Community Family Health Team, consists of a team of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers, dietitians and other healthcare professionals. The project goal of improving timeliness to appropriate care and reduced waiting times is met through partnerships with family practice offices, educating patients and maximizing health care resources. The campus provides design features and materials that promote health and wellness while being efficient in operations and space utility. It has exterior and interior finishes reflecting the Barrie landscape and rainwater recycling with state-of-the-art air exchange systems. The campus is fully accessible and exceeds these legislative requirements.
The building features a broad and strategic combination of healthcare services, in collaboration with the Barrie and Community Family Health Team. With 20,300 square feet of programs and staff consolidated on the entire third floor, the BCFHT is the largest Family Heath Team in Ontario. The second floor of 20,300 square feet is ideally suited to physician office space including the Health Park managed clinic. The ground floor of 42,800 square feet consists of clinic space and allied health services including pharmacy, lab, physio, audiology, in-home health and many others.
Scope of Services: As the lead developer, Amico acquired, serviced, and developed the land that is part of the redevelopment of part of the former Molson Breweries land. As Construction Manager, Amico worked together with the clients and consultants in value engineering the building to ensure enhanced constructability. Amico was also responsible for overseeing the management of the construction process, including controlling the project schedule and budget, ensuring quality control, document control, tendering and directing subcontractor work, and implementing site safety.
The building structure is comprised of a poured concrete foundation and a structural steel frame structural steel framed skeleton, including a composite panel and glazed curtain wall exterior building envelope.