Planners. Movers. Leaders.

We are expert furniture and equipment planning specialists. We go beyond supply and delivery. We develop furniture standards, provide gap analysis, and deliver procurement services. We increase productivity and boost communication. We connect with stakeholders throughout the entire process. We even do the heavy lifting. Because that’s what leaders do.

Areas of Expertise

  • Furniture and Equipment Planning

    We take an unparalleled approach to planning new and innovative Medical Equipment and Furniture Planning solutions. We approach each project with a robust planning platform, executed by industry professionals who will minimize risks and provide value. We partner with you for upfront planning (inventory, generic lists, utility and budget data), development (functional lists) procurement, and final implementation. We turn spaces into workplaces.

  • Medical Equipment Planning

    Our specialized experts facilitate discussions with your team to develop purposeful solutions. Medical equipment is varied and complex. Positioning a new, modified, or expanded facility for long-term growth requires simple components and highly specialized items. Our team provides input for these complex environments and technologies, like diagnostic imaging, surgical suites, and laboratories, to set you up for success.

  • Furniture Planning

    Inventory, gap analysis, planning and budgeting, furniture standards, and procurement are critical components of your new facility. Our experts plan furniture solutions across all sectors. We discuss the options with your team to ensure we meet budget expectations and schedule requirements. We focus on essential operational and design related issues including Ergonomics, AODA and Universal Standards, Infection Control, Sustainability, LEED, Green Guard and LEVEL certification. Our approach to furniture planning provides better solutions at better costs.

  • Operational Readiness and Move Management

    Our team of experts manages the logistics and operational framework to ensure your space is ready to experience on the first day in your new facility. Your new space will drive change, efficiency, and innovation. Operational readiness provides intentional and structured planning to prepare you for occupancy and prepares staff with the knowledge and confidence to provide uncompromised service delivery. Our team supports relocation logistics. Moving impacts all employees, not only those involved in project design and execution. Our involvement ensures your employees know when the move will occur and their role.

Projects Underway

    Transformation of a 90-year old hospital campus

    The Michael Garron Hospital redevelopment project will transform the existing 90-year old campus. The project involves the construction of a new eight-storey patient care tower and three-storey connection, as well as demolition and renovations replacing some of the oldest spaces in the hospital. The project will add up to approximately 550,000 sq. ft. to the existing hospital.

    Colliers Project Leaders’ furniture and equipment planning team leads the planning and procurement of medical equipment including the creation of new furniture standards.

    Michael Garron Hospital

    New hospital for Fort St. James, B.C.

    The Stuart Lake Hospital replacement project will be three times larger than the current facility, with 27 beds, including 18 long-term care beds. There will be an emergency department with two treatment rooms, a trauma bay and an ambulance bay, as well as a laboratory and diagnostic imaging center.

    Our furniture and equipment planning team provides leadership in the role of medical equipment and furniture planning. We manage stakeholder relations to ensure smooth integration between equipment, clinical services and user preferences throughout all the three phases of the project: business planning, procurement and implementation.

    Stuart Lake Hospital
    • Trillium Health Partners Hospital Expansion Projects

      Trillium Health Partners is one of the largest community-based acute care facilities in Canada. Comprised of some of the busiest hospitals in Canada including Credit Valley Hospital, the Mississauga Hospital and the Queensway Health Centre, these locations cater to over 1.6 million patient visits and 60,000 surgeries annually. The plan will add or replace over 1000 hospital beds as well as a new acute care tower and post-acute complex. Trillium Health Partners serve the growing and diverse populations of Mississauga, West Toronto, and surrounding communities.

      Our furniture and equipment planning team is responsible for planning medical equipment and furniture for the redevelopment sites.

    • Modernizing care at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital

      Originally built in the 1940s, the West Lincoln Memorial Hospital is a large community hospital and part of the Hamilton Health Sciences network. It provides both inpatient and outpatient health care services to approximately 65,000 of its West Niagara residents. The redevelopment plan includes emergency services, complex and palliative care, surgery and maternal and newborn programs.

      The Colliers Project Leaders furniture and equipment planning team leads medical equipment and furniture planning to help increase services and amenities offered and modernize care.

    • Emphasis on community health and wellness at the new South Niagara Hospital

      The new South Niagara Hospital will help serve the Niagara Region’s population, emphasizing community health and wellness. The new 650-bed hospital will be a full acute care facility with emergency, diagnostic, ambulatory, medical, surgical services and more.

      Our furniture and equipment planning team leads the project’s medical equipment and furniture planning to accommodate new technology to facilitate the delivery of healthcare services.

    • First P3 hospital project in Newfoundland and Labrador

      The Corner Brook Acute Care Hospital will be home to a new seven-storey facility, equipped with 164 patient beds, as well as an expanded cancer care program and radiation services. This is the first P3 hospital project in the province.

      Our furniture and equipment planning team leads the planning and procurement of medical equipment including the creation of new furniture standards and works closely with all stakeholders involved to ensure safe and proper equipment integration with the clinical processes.

    Replacing Outdated Infrastructure at Mills Memorial Hospital

    The Mills Memorial Hospital Redevelopment Project will result in a new acute care hospital and integrated services facility. The new hospital will be built at the north end of the current hospital grounds, and will provide trauma services, orthopedic surgeries, pathology, radiology, clinical support and pharmacy services as well as a training site for medical students.

    As a trusted advisor, Colliers Project Leaders’ furniture and equipment planning team provides leadership and guidance on equipment planning throughout three phases of the project: business planning, procurement and implementation.

    Mills Memorial Hospital