Project Team

The Province

The project team comprises Alberta Infrastructure, Alberta Health, and Alberta Health Services (AHS), who are working together to build health-care facilities that meet community needs and benefit all Albertans, now and for the future.
Alberta Infrastructure is responsible for infrastructure planning and for building and managing government-owned infrastructure, while AHS will manage and operate the new facility. The AHS CCC project team has worked closely with cancer patients, family, staff, and the community to understand what they want to see in their cancer centre.



PCL is a group of independent construction companies that carries out work across the Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, and in Australia. These diverse operations in the buildings, civil infrastructure, and heavy industrial markets are supported by a strategic presence in 31 major centers. Together, these companies have an annual construction volume of more than $8 billion, making PCL one of the largest contracting organizations in North America. 
PCL is headquartered in Alberta and its roots in Calgary go back to 1947. The local company that is PCL Construction Management Inc. is proud to again have the opportunity to build infrastructure in the province.

DIALOG + Stantec

DIALOG a fully integrated multi-disciplinary design firm incorporating architectural, engineering, interior design, landscape architecture, sustainability, urban design and planning services across studios in San Francisco, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Toronto. 

United by a passion for healthcare planning and design, they have a deep understanding of the healthcare needs of Calgarians and Albertans. DIALOG has collaborated with Alberta Health Services, Alberta Health, and Alberta Infrastructure on some of the most significant healthcare projects within the last ten years, including Foothills Medical Centre McCaig Tower, Grande Prairie Regional Hospital, Edson Healthcare Centre, Kaye Edmonton Clinic, and Royal Alexandra Hospital Robbins Pavilion.​

Stantec is a firm of approximately 22,000 employees working in over 400 locations across 6 continents, collaborating across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy and resource, environmental, water, and infrastructure projects to life.
Stantec is a leader and innovator in the design of large and complex health care projects. Its health care design studio has been ranked as the number two out of the 25 Top Health Care Architecture Firms by Building Design + Construction, July 2016. They are a team of international practitioners with specialized expertise in the planning and design of world-class cancer and healthcare facilities at leading institutions, including Taussig Cancer Institute Cleveland Clinic, Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital, UK, National Centre for Cancer Care & Research, Qatar, UCSF Precision Cancer Medicine Building, US, Leeds Cancer Centre St. James’s Institute o​​f Oncology, UK. Stantec has a strong Alberta presence with offices in Calgary, Edmonton, and Red Deer, and they have worked extensively with both Alberta Infrastructure and Alberta Health Services. Stantec’s impact on our community can be seen in recent projects, including High Prairie Health Complex, Peter Lougheed Centre Vascular Surgery & Women’s Redevelopment Project, GNCH Vascular Surgery Redevelopment, Rockyview General Hospital Expansion & Redeveloment, and Edmonton Clinic Health Academy. ​