Summit BIM selected as the BIM Consultant on the Burnaby Hospital Redevelopment project
Summit BIM is delighted to have been selected by Fraser Health as the BIM Consultant for the Burnaby Hospital Redevelopment project. In this role, Summit BIM will assist Fraser Health in maximizing the potential of BIM on the project by capturing asset information in a consistent, digital format for use throughout the facility’s life cycle.
The Summit team will work closely with Fraser Health to develop a strategic plan for the project, prepare BIM requirements, and assist the Burnaby Hospital team during the RFP process and throughout the project to capture the required asset information at the right time and in the right format.
“We are pleased to have this opportunity to join the Burnaby Hospital Redevelopment project team,” says Geraldine Rayner, Managing Principal of Summit BIM. “Having had the privilege of working with Fraser Health on a number of projects, we look forward to playing our part in continuing to strengthen the already robust BIM process to which the Authority is committed.”
Summit BIM has over 10 years of experience working hand in hand with owner-operators, contractors, and consultants to enhance building value with consistent building information and data. We align capabilities with business goals, implement structured workflows that create usable building data, to facilitate the transfer of BIM data to facilities.
About Fraser Health Authority
Fraser Health provides a wide range of integrated health care services to more than 1.8 million people living in communities stretching from Burnaby to White Rock to Hope.
About the Burnaby Hospital Redevelopment Project
The Burnaby Hospital Redevelopment is a multi-year, multi-phased capital project which will give people in the growing community faster access to better health care. At over $1.3 billion, one of the province’s largest-ever health care investments, the redevelopment will impact every part of the existing hospital campus. It will add two new patient-care towers with new wards and operating rooms, a total of almost 400 beds (the majority in single rooms), an expanded emergency department and a new cancer treatment centre.