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Redevelopment: Construction Updates
EllisDon is now on-site at Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) working to build the hospital’s redevelopment project. Below is a summary of construction activities currently occurring on the campus. For more information about any of the construction updates below or to sign up for regular email updates contact: @email
Construction Traffic Flow Plan
The Traffic Flow Plan for Michael Garron Hospital’s redevelopment project currently directs construction vehicles to travel both east and west on Sammon Avenue between Coxwell and Woodbine Avenues. While EllisDon is committed to minimizing the impact construction activities have on the surrounding neighbourhood whenever possible, Sammon Avenue is a road that must be utilized in order to grant ongoing access to the hospital’s construction site. EllisDon receives many large deliveries each and every day and as such having vehicles enter/exit both east and west on Sammon Avenue helps to maintain the traffic flow. In addition, some of EllisDon’s larger trade vehicles have issues reversing onsite and making right hand turns and therefore heading east on Sammon Avenue helps to ensure drivers can safely maneuver larger vehicles and their loads.
As per City of Toronto Bylaw 950, Sammon Avenue can be utilized to get to and from the site for the purpose of delivery, collection or providing services as the construction site is accessed directly from this road.
If you have any questions or concerns related to traffic routing please contact the hospital’s redevelopment department at @email
MGH’s parking lot has moved to make way for construction of the Ken and Marilyn Thomson Patient Care Centre. Learn more about where to park during your next visit.
Once complete, MGH’s Ken and Marilyn Thomson Patient Care Centre will have four levels of underground vehicular and bicycle parking, increasing the spots available on campus and minimizing traffic congestion on the surrounding streets.