Modernization and expansion of Hôpital de Verdun
The firm was selected, in consortium with MSDL and CGA architectes, for the modernization and expansion of Hôpital de Verdun. This project includes adding a new 17,000 m2 hospital pavilion spanning over 6 floors and housing 147 beds in single rooms, creating new areas for nuclear medicine and ambulatory care, punctual refurbishing of existing spaces, and inserting an atrium at the heart of the hospital complex, from which will deploy a structuring circulation network. Delivery of this $120 M project is planned for 2024.
Clinical Plan and Functional Program for the new establishment in the East of CIUSSS-EMTL
The firm has also won, within a team composed of CIM conseil, GSS genie conseil, NFOE architectes, WSP and BPA, the mandate for the drafting of the Clinical Plan and Functional Program for the new establishment in the East of CIUSSS-EMTL, on the site of Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont. This large planification project, which will last 18 months, will redefine the mission of this specialized, 200 000 m2 hospital center. It plans on including a new Ophthalmology University Center, a Critical Care Pavilion, a Research Center and an Integrated Cancer Center, as well as a Knowledge Center, a new operating theater and technical platforms. Several sectors will also be upgraded and brought up to standards.
FTP for the refurbishment of freed spaces at the Jewish General Hospital
The firm is starting the functional and technical program for Phase 4 of the Critical Care Pavilion (K), which represents 150 M$ in construction costs and is planned to be built over 7 years. The FTP’s objective is to develop a real estate solution to repurpose 35,000 m2 of spaces that were left empty after several functions were moved to the K Pavilion. This phase, essential to the improvement of the Jewish General Hospital’s care services is complementary to the construction of Pavilion K, another Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes project.
FTP at Charles-Le Moyne hospital
The mandate to draft the FTP for the acquisition of a positron emission tomography scanner (PET scan) and relocation of nuclear medicine at Charles-Le Moyne hospital was awarded to the firm, in consortium with CGA architectes. This expansion and the new TEP-scan will allow the CISSS de la Montérégie-Centre to expand its range of services for screening and diagnosis of cancer, neurological and cardiovascular diseases. The final emission of the FTP is schedule for June 2019. The firm finished in 2017 the expansion and redevelopment of the emergency department, and the Montérégie Integrated Cancer Center in 2010.