|cité de la santé de laval - radio-oncology|
|hôpital général juif, pavillon des soins critiques|
|Residence: Grey Nuns of Montreal|
|MUHC - Master Architecture and Mountain Site|
|Jewish General Hospital, Paediatric Psychiatry|
|Hôpital Général Juif radio-oncologie et hall d'entrée|
|Hôpital de Sorel - Urgence|
|Hospital Centre - Phase 1|
|MUHC Functional Program + Preconcept|
|Inst. of medical sciences + holistic therapies|
|Pierre-Legardeur Hospital Centre|
|Ste. Anne's Hospital|
|csss memphremagog CH, CLSC, CHSLD|
|Charles-LeMoyne Hospital, emergency unit|
|chum - hémodynamie|
|CHSLD Les Havres|
In 2000 and 2001, with the MUHC planning committee acting as support, the firm developed a work plan in order to assure the pooling of new services the new university hospital centre will combine, as part of the amalgamation of activities between the Royal Victoria, Montreal General, Montreal Children's hospitals, and the Neurology and Chest Institutes.
With various committees formed under the direction of research and teaching hospital services, along with 20 user group committees comprising 20 members each, the firm developed solutions to address basic organizational strategic issues for all the MUHC hospital services that will be concentrated at the Glen Yards campus. These elements were fine-tuned at the global programming stage and were detailed by the same participants, as well as the development of over 300 technical papers, including those of the animal storage facility and the research centre.
The initial project was to integrate 350 000 square metres on a 175 000 square metre site, at the old Glen Yards site in the heart of Montreal. It was later decided to keep the Montreal General Hospital site (called the Mountain Site), as it contains the MUHC Trauma Centre and the Montreal Neurological Hospital.
Since 2007, on top of acting as Master Architect, the firm developed the performance specifications and pre-concept for the requirements in the context of a call for offers following the PPP (Public Private Partnership) process. These documents will be used to propose a building project of about 175 000 square metres on the Glen Yards site that will be financed by the successful tenderer for a period of 35 years.
The mandate also includes the development of major extensions on the Mountain Site. This project of about $275M includes extensions for the emergency care units, the surgical block, the sterilizing unit, as well as the relocation of the Montreal Neurological Hospital prior to being built in front of the existing hospital on Ave. des Pins, following a rezoning process to integrate the needs of the City of Montreal, the Ministère de la Culture and Les Amies de la Montagne.
Completed in consortium with Lemay and Associates, André Ibghy and Menkès Shooner Dagenais Letourneux. (Lemay and Associates | Jodoin Lamarre Pratte and Associates | André Ibghy Architects | Menkès Shooner Dagenais Letourneux | Architects in consortium)
project date : 2001 to 2015
budget : 275 M$