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Scott Builders Selected to Design and Construct Grenfell Long-Term Care Home Project

Released on May 3, 2023

The new Grenfell Long-Term Care (LTC) Home project has selected Scott Builders Inc. to design and build the new facility. 

Scott Builders Inc. was selected through a two-stage procurement process.  A Request for Qualifications resulted in three teams moving forward to a Request for Proposals (RFP) where Scott Builders was ultimately selected as the successful team. 

"We are very pleased to see a team selected for this project," Mental Health and Addictions, Seniors and Rural and Remote Health Minister Everett Hindley said. "We are eager to see construction begin and be moving toward a new comfortable home for area seniors."

"The Scott Builders Design Build Team is thrilled to have been selected to design and construct the new Grenfell Long-Term Care Centre," Scott Builders Inc. General Manger Will Woodward said. "We look forward to collaborating with the SaskBuilds and Procurement team and local Saskatchewan companies, contractors, sub-contractors and suppliers to create a facility that will serve the Grenfell community for years to come. Together, we will create a long-term care centre that is not only functional but also reflects the unique character and spirit of the Grenfell community."

The new 33-bed home will include two spa tub rooms, a commercial kitchen, common living and dining spaces, administrative areas, a maintenance garage and parking stalls.

"I'm very pleased to see this project moving forward," Moosomin MLA Steven Bonk said. "The awarding of the RFP means the new home is moving closer to the start of construction. This long-term care home is very important to the community because it allows our seniors to live in a safe, supportive environment close to their friends and loved ones."

The new LTC home will be built on a vacant parcel of land located on the northeast corner of the town of Grenfell, at the corner of Alberta Avenue and Qu'Appelle Street. It will be owned and operated by the Saskatchewan Health Authority. 

"The Saskatchewan Health Authority is pleased to see this project move forward," Saskatchewan Health Authority Executive Director Continuing Care, Integrated Rural Health Karen Abrey said. "We look forward to collaborating with Scott Builders and the Ministry of SaskBuilds and Procurement on the design of the new long-term care home, putting the needs of our residents first as we create a home-like environment that best serves their needs, while keeping residents closer to home." 

Next steps include the negotiation of a contract with Scott Builders Inc. under a progressive design build model which allows the Government of Saskatchewan to enter a contract with a single proponent for both the design and construction of the project. A key priority will be encouraging the use of best value local suppliers, sub-contractors and labour. Under the progressive design build model, if the government and the proponent cannot agree on a price for the construction portion after the design has been completed, the completed design will be the Government of Saskatchewan 's property, and the Government of Saskatchewan reserves the ability to procure a new contractor to provide the construction services.

Since 2020, $885.3 million out of $934.9 million (94.7 per cent) in contracts have been awarded to Saskatchewan-based companies on major projects.  Specifically for major health infrastructure projects, 42 out of 45 contracts by count (93.3 per cent) or $598.7 million out of $629.8 million (95.1 per cent) by contract value, have been awarded to Saskatchewan-based companies.

Construction is scheduled to begin in Summer of 2023 with substantial completion by late 2024. Residents of the Grenfell Pioneer Home, which closed in 2018, were relocated to nearby facilities. They will be offered the first opportunity to move into the new home once it is complete.


For more information, contact:

Phone: 306-787-4083

Media Desk
SaskBuilds and Procurement
Phone: 306-520-3607

Media Relations
Saskatchewan Health Authority
Phone: 1-833-766-4392

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