Flynn Vancouver has partnered with EllisDon to construct the Royal Inland Hospital Patient Care Tower.
This is two-phased project that consists of a new, nine-storey patient care tower as well as significant renovations to the existing emergency department, pediatrics, post-anesthetic recovery unit, and morgue. The new tower is approximately 27,000 SF and will be constructed on the existing Royal Inland Hospital campus.
As you can see in the 3D rendering of the complete structure, the metals team is creating a unique pixelation effect with different coloured panels. To pull this off they will be working with our very own TSC to 3D scan and design the panels. This part of the scope will span 27,000 SF and will look fantastic when it’s done.
The roofing installation is a joint venture between our Vancouver and Kelowna branches and has proved challenging due to multiple trades requiring access to the areas where Flynn crews are installing roofing. But there is strong communication between all parties and work is moving smoothly. As of right now work is slated to be completed by Summer 2021.
Special thanks to our field teams for your hard work, and to Metals Foreman Kevin Timms, whose hard work is keeping the project on the right track.
Metals Project team: Kevin Timms (Metals Foreman), Kevin Gysbers (Roofing Foreman), Jarrod Shaw (AP Project Manager), Dennis Griffin (Roofing Project Manager), Joe Jackson (Superintendent), Calvin Cheng (Project Coordinator) John Ngo (Design Manager), Kimiko Nakano (Drafter), Sara Jafarzadeh (TSC Virtual Design Specialist), Monika Sudol (TSC Manager).