Ranking for 2012: 31
Industry Sector: Public Building
Specific Sector: Health Care
Range: $500,000,000 - $1 billion
Project Value: $939,600,000
Provincial: $869.6 million
Government Funds Involved:
Funding Source: Public-Private
Location: Montreal, Quebec
Estimated End Date of Substantial Completion: 2018
Sainte-Justine University Health Centre is a teaching hospital affiliated with the Université de Montreal. It specializes in obstetrics and other care for mothers and children. The objective of the hospital’s upgrades are to provide a hospitalization and work environment that is modern and adapted to patients’ needs while also considering impacts on the environment and surrounding community. This project, which is targeting LEED-Silver certification, consists of two components: an expansion involving the construction of new buildings and a modernization program for existing structures.
This component is being carried out in several phases, some of which have already been completed. Construction activity is ongoing, and premises vacated following relocation to the new building will be modernized between 2016 and 2018.