QEII New Generation - Master Plan

Monday October 15, 2018

The QEII New Generation is the largest health care project in Nova Scotia history. A critical part of this project is the master plan. It determines what this project will look like, and where services will be delivered. It deals with some of the province’s most specialized health services.

There are six reports produced by Kasian Architecture, one of Canada’s top architectural and design firms, who is leading the redevelopment of the QEII Health Sciences Centre master plan process.  These reports mark the sequential progress of this massive, complex project.  Each submission involves critical reviews and enhancements by the QEII New Generation team, comprised of staff from Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, Nova Scotia Health Authority and the Department of Health and Wellness.

1 - QEII Redevelopment Master Plan Vol 1 (July 2017)
Outlines background information that helps build the foundation of the QEII New Generation master plan

2a -  QEII Redevelopment Master Plan Vol 2 (December 2017)
Outlines the start of the process to relocate services from the Centennial and Victoria buildings (VG site) to the Halifax Infirmary site and the Community Outpatient Centre. 
*Work in this volume was done prior to the decision to consider moving cancer care services from the VG site to Halifax Infirmary site.

2b - QEII Redevelopment Master Plan Vol 2 (February 2018)
Includes edits to volume 2a as a result of reviews by and consultations with the QEII New Generation project team. 
*Work in this volume was done prior to the decision to consider moving cancer care services from the VG site to Halifax Infirmary site.

2c - QEII Redevelopment Master Plan Vol 2 (April 2018)
This report includes more revisions to volume 2b as a result of further reviews by and consultations with the QEII Generation project team. 
*Work in this volume was done prior to the decision to consider moving cancer care services from the VG site to Halifax Infirmary site.

3a - QEII Cancer Care Feasibility - 80 percent complete (March 2018)
Feasibility report on relocating cancer care services from the Dickson Building (VG site) to the Halifax Infirmary site.

3b - QEII Cancer Care Feasibility (April 2018)
Outlines further development of the cancer care feasibility study 3a as a result of reviews by and consultations with the QEII New Generation project team.