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Tatham Engineering donates $10K to RVH

Donation is part of company's five-year pledge to hospital
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Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre is shown in this file photo.

This September, Tatham Engineering donated $10,000 to support the development of Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) facilities and services.

Since beginning their partnership with the hospital in 2018, the civil, mechanical and electrical firm is proud to have donated a total of $50,000 thus far to RVH.

The firm’s donations are currently supporting the Moments Matter campaign, which hopes to raise $100 million in 10 years to support RVH’s vision for the future.

With the population of south Simcoe County expected to double over the next two decades, the hospital must expand to keep pace with the growing demand for care. This includes expanding the current North Campus to double in size with the addition of a nine-storey patient care tower, as well as a new South Campus in Innisfil focusing on outpatient care.

Tatham’s vice-president, Bryan Stanton, P.Eng., is based in the firm’s fastest-growing office on King Street in Barrie. Seeing the influx of new staff and their families to the area, he is thrilled to be able to provide this level of support to the hospital.

“Our communities are growing and thriving, and it is important for us to give back in ways that enhance our communities and set us up for growth and success,” said Stanton.

Tatham will complete its first five-year pledge with the hospital next year, with a total of $60,000 donated to date.