Construction is underway and CapitalCare Norwood and CHOICE Norwood remain fully operational. Parking in the area is limited due to road and parking lot closures.
At this time, we can only accommodate onsite parking for visitors of Norwood residents and patients. Sorry, there is NO parking for staff or visitors to the Royal Alexandra and Glenrose Rehabilitation hospitals.
Please note, there will be rotating parking lot closures from October 7 to 23 to accommodate water main work. The map below will be updated regularly.
Please also note, there is NO parking in the area of 105 Street, north of 112 Avenue, and traffic is reduced to one lane. EPCOR is relocating transmission lines and will be working in the area until the middle of October.
Please use 111th Avenue to access CapitalCare Norwood and CHOICE Norwood. The 112th Avenue entrance is for deliveries only.
If you have any questions or concerns please call the Infrastructure Enquiry Line at 780-415-0507 or email email@example.com.
The road, sidewalks and laneways from 105 Street north of McDonald’s to 112 Avenue are now permanently closed. The 105 Street entrance to McDonald’s is not impacted. The Public Use trail east of the 106 Street between 111 Avenue and 112 Avenue remains open.
Fencing and barriers have been installed around the construction area, which includes a parking lot used by Norwood staff and extends west to 106 Street. Norwood staff are now parking at Kingsway Mall. Construction equipment and cranes are onsite.
Excavation and piling has been ongoing since summer and will continue throughout the fall and winter. Special measures have been taken to reduce construction noise, dust and vibration from interfering with health care operations, resident, patient and our neighbours’ comfort.
The relocation of the underground electrical transmission lines is also underway and will continue over the next month.
Residents and staff got a chance to help design the building from the inside out. They joined project team members and designers at a location offsite to review mocked-up, to-scale rooms. The purpose is to test the function, layout and operational flow of the new spaces and include examples of furniture and equipment.
Designers are updating the mock up rooms to reflect the comments received and a second opportunity to review the rooms and assess the exact construction materials and finishes is next.
The mock-ups do not reflect final details such as colors, wall finishes, window glazing, and there will be a separate review process to determine actual furnishing and equipment as part of the purchasing phase later in the project.
Once complete the expansion of CapitalCare Norwood will accommodate a broad range of support programs and services in a new and renovated space including post-acute care, complex continuing care, and palliative care. This development will help to relieve pressure on Edmonton’s hospitals and continuing care systems by reducing the demand for emergency departments, inpatient acute care services and residential continuing care placement.
$ 364 Million
Community services to be provided in the new expansion:
Alberta Infrastructure (Clark Builders - construction managers)
Alberta Health Services