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Firm The Waltz of the AFP/DBFM Process in Canada & Abroad P3 / DBFM / AFP Experience Presentation At RAIC/SAA 2010 Festival of Architecture PRESENTERS Bill Nankivell B.Arch., OAA, MAIBC, AANB, AAA, FRAIC, Assoc. AIA CEO, B+H Bruce Crook B.Sc. (Arch) , B.Arch. (Hons) Director, STH Lisa Bate B.Arch., PP OAA, Int’l Assoc. AIA, FRAIC, LEED AP Partner, B+H A Joint-Venture Team Specializing in Healthcare • B+H+STH is a strategic global partnership in healthcare design • combined staff of 300+ • projects of any scale and complexity • expertise in DBFM and other delivery models • services include: programming masterplanning feasibility studies healthcare planning operational consulting design construction documentation contract administration field review interior design co-ordination of multi-disciplinary teams About B+H • International design practice • B+H founded in Toronto in 1953 • Expertise in: Architecture Interior Design Landscape Design Planning • Award-winning design firm • 250+ multidisciplinary staff worldwide • Locations in Canada, China, Vietnam, Singapore, Middle East and India • B+H is 1 of only 2 EDAC Advocate firms in Canada About STH • Founded in 1978 • Expertise in: Healthcare Architecture Clinical Planning Teaching and Research Interior Design • Award-winning design firm • 80+ multidisciplinary staff • Locations in Australia and Canada • Toronto, Canada • Vancouver, Canada • Melbourne, Australia • Sydney, Australia • Perth, Australia Global Office Locations • Brisbane, Australia • Shanghai, China • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam • Singapore • Dubai, United Arab Emirates • Sharjah, United Arab Emirates • Delhi, India AGENDA • Introduction to Firms, to B+H+STH Collaboration, Credentials • The P3 / AFP / DBFM Waltz – What Is It? • Planning, Design and Compliance (PDC) Role: Case Studies & Lessons Learned • DBFM Bidding Consortium Role: Case Studies & Lessons Learned • Build Finance Architectural Role: Case Study & Lessons Learned • International : Case Studies and Lessons Learned BREAK • What Defines Success? • Q&As • Closing Remarks THE P3 / AFP / DBFM WALTZ – WHAT IS IT? What they say it is What it really is THE P3 / AFP / DBFM WALTZ – WHAT IS IT? What they say it is… WHY P3s / AFPs / DBFMs? “Public-private partnerships bring together the strengths of both the public and private sectors. They are innovative tools of public policy. In addition to maximizing efficiencies and innovations of private enterprise, public-private partnerships can provide much needed capital to finance government programs and projects of a commercial nature, thereby freeing public funds for core economic and social programs.” Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships THE P3 / AFP / DBFM WALTZ – WHAT IS IT? What they say it is… WHAT IS A P3 OR AFP? “ … a partnership arrangement in the form of a long-term performance-based contract between the private sector (any level of government) and the private sector (usually a team of private sector companies working together) to deliver public infrastructure for citizens.” Partnerships BC THE P3 / AFP / DBFM WALTZ – WHAT IS IT? What they say it is… Q. WHAT IS ALTERNATIVE FINANCING AND PROCUREMENT (AFP)? “… an innovative way for the government to deliver on its commitment to maintaining and expanding public infrastructure…uses private financing to strategically rebuild vital infrastructure, on time and on budget, while ensuring appropriate public control and ownership.” Q. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO AFP? “We believe this model — with the inherent private-sector efficiencies — will create an overall lower cost for taxpayers than if the government financed projects directly. This approach allows the government to bring in private-sector expertise, ingenuity and rigour to the process of managing and renewing Ontario’s public infrastructure. It will also work towards: Infrastructure Ontario THE P3 / AFP / DBFM WALTZ – WHAT IS IT? What it really is… • Building using a credit card • Deferred payment by the government BUT • Ensuring a maintained asset (governments are not usually in the business of facility management and asset maintenance) THE P3 / AFP / DBFM WALTZ – WHAT IS IT? What it really is ROLES FOR ARCHITECTS - Planning design and compliance (PDC) - Design, Build, Finance and Maintain (DBFM) Bid Team Role - Build Finance (BF) Architect of Record Planning, Design and Compliance (PDC) Role: Case Studies & Lessons Learned • B+H and Marshall Macklin Monaghan Consulting Engineers, as well as SOM Chicago as a subconsultant, prepared the Site Planning and Urban Design Guidelines, Functional Programme, Performance Criteria and Outline Specifications for the National Trade Centre competition. • These guidelines concisely established the criteria the proponents had to follow in their design submissions, including traffic, service, transit, pedestrian access, heritage issues, and compatibility of building massing within the overall site context. • B+H continued as the consulting architects representing the Owners, Exhibition Place, on the project. • Client: Exhibition Place • Funding: PPP – federal, provincial and municipal • Construction Value: $120million • Architects of Record: Dunlop Farrow with Zeidler Roberts in JV • Constructor: PCL Direct Energy Centre (formerly National Trade Centre) B+H Toronto, Canada Size: 95,320 m2 Completed: 1997 • Public Works and Government Services Canada and the RCMP have undertaken a project to build a new facility to house the RCMP's E Division Headquarters. • The new headquarters facility will be located at 14200 Green Timbers Way in Surrey, B.C., commonly referred to as the Green Timbers site. • Presently, RCMP E Division Headquarters personnel are inefficiently housed in aging facilities at the Fairmont site at 37th Avenue and Heather Street in the City of Vancouver, and at numerous other locations throughout Metro Vancouver. • The Fairmont facility was non-purpose built, is significantly overcrowded, poorly located operationally and reaching the end of its useful life. • The Green Timbers site will provide a central, integrated, purpose-built headquarters facility for E Division. • Client: Public Works and Government Services Canada • Project Value: $966 million • Architects of Record: Kasian • Constructor: Bouygues-Bird Joint Venture RCMP E Division Headquarters Relocation Project B+H Surrey, Canada Size: 76,000 m2 Status: Under Construction • B+H has been retained by the Ottawa Convention Centre as its Design/ Functional Planning/Compliance Consultant for a DBF. • The previous facility was demolished and is being replaced with a new B+H Illustrative Concept 365,000-square foot state-of-the-art convention and trade show facility. • An efficient design of approximately 200,000 square feet of rentable meeting and convention floors will be supported by kitchen, storage, administration and support space. • The redevelopment will move the City of Ottawa into a Tier II Canadian convention destination enabling the Nation’s Capital to attract a substantial PCL RFQ Response increase in national and international bookings. • Registered and targeting LEED Silver certification. • Client: Ottawa Convention Centre • Construction Value: $142 million • Architects of Record: Brisbin Brook Beynon • Concessionaire/Constructor: PCL PCL Contract Ottawa Convention Centre B+H Ottawa, Canada Size: 33,910 m2 Status: Under Construction B+H Illustrative Concept PCL RFQ Response PCL Contract Ottawa Convention Centre – Ground Floor Plans B+H Ottawa, Canada Size: 33,910 m2 Status: Under Construction B+H Illustrative Concept PCL RFQ Response PCL Contract Ottawa Convention Centre – Ballroom Level Plans B+H Ottawa, Canada Size: 33,910 m2 Status: Under Construction Lessons Learned • “The Dating Game” - Picking your risk level – lowest risk level - Picking your projects – aligning your expertise - Picking your partners – clients, consultants, specialist partners • “The First Dance” - Clear understanding of the total project parameters and your scope - Allow tons of time for Output Specifications - But … recognize you have no time • “Will they Call me Again?” - Yes, for more…. - User group meetings - Input from unsuspected sources - Changes DBFM Bidding Consortium Role: Case Studies & Lessons Learned • This greenfield hospital is the first public-private partnership project, for an acute care hospital and cancer centre in the history of the province of Canada. The 300 bed hospital has been awarded the North American • Project Finance Deal of the year for 2004 and LEED Gold Certification, the first hospital in Canada to achieve this rating. • STH in association with Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership in Vancouver, delivered the full design for this project. • It includes General Acute Care, Maternity, NICU, Cardiac Care, Palliative Care, Emergency, Ambulatory Care, and a Cancer Care Centre for the BC Cancer Agency. • “The clinical folks think that they have died and gone to heaven. The public is tickled pink” Walter Hiller, Chief Project Officer and Health Co Representative, ARHCC Inc. • Client: Fraser Health Authority • Construction Value: $355 million • Constructor: PCL Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre STH Size: 60,000 m2 Abbotsford, Canada Completed: 2008 • Plenary Health has been selected as the preferred proponent by Infrastructure Ontario to design, build, finance and maintain the new St Catharines Hospital in Niagara. • The new 375-bed hospital will consolidate acute and ambulatory services on a new site for the residents of St. Catharines and the immediate area. • It will provide new programs and services such as cardiac catheterization, cancer treatment and longer-term mental health services; improving access to these specialized services to local residents. • The state-of-the-art complex will also accommodate new services to the region, and is registered and targeting LEED Silver certification. • B+H and Silver Thomas Hanley are working in joint venture as the Architects on the Plenary team. • Client: PCL • Construction Value: $430 million • Constructor: PCL New St. Catharines Hospital B+H+STH St. Catharines, Canada Size: 89,190 m2 Status: Under Construction • Located on York University’s Keele Campus, this complex was envisioned as a hub of people and information. • This project has three components: a 3-storey, 127,220 square foot podium containing the new Archives of Ontario; the 6-storey, 121,750 square foot York Research Tower; and a station entrance for the future Spadina subway line extension. • The project has received LEED-NC Silver certification. • B+H and PCL Constructors Canada Inc. were members of the team led by the Pslenary Group who was selected by York University to design, construct, finance and operate this facility. • Client: Plenary Group • Construction Value: $100 million • Constructor: PCL Archives of Ontario / York Research Tower B+H Toronto, Canada Size: 23,130 m2 Completed: 2009 Lessons Learned • “The Dating Game” – Getting On Board • “The First Dance” – Prequalification Documents • Will they Call Me Again?” – You’re Not in Control • Understanding the PSOS • Design and Respect for the Program • Innovation vs. Prescriptive Design • Design Presentations and Confidential Meetings • Understanding Relationships • Design Parameters Which Lead to Success • Cost Adherence • Schedule-Driven Delivery • Project Close Out Build Finance Architectural Role: Case Studies & Lessons Learned • In 2007, the B+H/Perkins+Will team was retained to provide full Master Plan, Design and Compliance services on the basis that the project would be awarded as a DBFM. • Following the completion of a Master Plan looking out to 2024 and assistance in the process of securing rezoning and site plan approval, the project was converted to a Build- Finance model with the team providing full design, contract document and contract admin services. • The work involves a new wing of 382,250 square feet, plus renovations to 146,290 square feet of the existing 322,460-square foot facility. • This project is registered and targeting LEED Silver certification. • Client: Markham Stouffville Hospital / Infrastructure Ontario • Construction Value: $250 million • Architect of Record: B+H Architects • Constructor: not awarded as of yet Markham Stouffville Hospital – B+H Redevelopment Master Planning, Planning, Design & Compliance Size: 47,000 m2 Markham, Canada Status: Under Construction Lessons Learned • “The Dating Game” - Picking your risk level – lowest risk level - Picking your projects – aligning your expertise - Picking your partners – clients and consultants • “The First Dance” - Same old “architect of record” waltz but at quick step pace (still no time!) • “Will they Call me Again?” - Yes, endlessly…. - User group meetings / Input from other sources - Changes - Until the end of warranty reviews…but if more work beyond project, you have to start the dance again International: Case Studies & Lessons Learned Fiona Stanley Hospital STH Size: 135,000 m2 / # of Beds: 643 Perth, Australia Status: under construction Auburn Hospital STH Size: 25,000 m2 / # of Beds: 184 Sydney, Australia Status: in documentation Orange Hospital STH Size: 33,000 m2 / # of Beds: 300 NSW, Australia Status: in documentation The Royal Children’s Hospital STH Size: 174,000 m2 / # of Beds: 353 Victoria, Australia Completed: submission 2006-2007 Casey Hospital STH Size: 21,000 m2 / # of Beds: 206 Berwick, Victoria Australia Completed: 2005 Royal Adelaide Hospital STH Size: 1,000 m2 and Masterplan of 670-bed Hospital Adelaide, Australia Completed: 2003 BREAK What Defines Success? LOSING SUCKS NO PRIZE FOR SECOND…… THREE COMPONENTS TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS • Architecture • Health Facilities Planning • $$$ Success is co-dependant on all ARCHITECTURE • Image • Urban Context • Master Planned • Accessible • Sustainable • Welcoming • Secure “Iconic” $, $, $ (NPV, NPV, NPV) • Capital Cost • Life Cycle Cost • F.M. Costs • Finance Costs • Risk Addressing Design Challenges During the Initial Planning Stages • The major issue is time. A huge complex structure and a “hungry” team • Pressure to get it right early • Decision-making process • Require an experienced team – resource a challenge PPP: Planning Properly for Performance • Quality of the Brief • Team is vital in PPPs • Quality of product • Business case Builder Architect Operator Financier Q and A See you in Vegas!