CHUM (Centre hospitalier de l’université de Montréal) Redevelopment

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Image Credit: Dominique Lalonde - CHUM

Ranking for 2019: 17

Industry Sector: Public Building

Specific Sector: Health Care

Range: $1 billion - $5 billion

Project Value: $3,630,000,000

Provincial: $3.63 billion

Government Funds Involved: Collectif Santé Montréal raised $1.37 billion through the sale of secured bonds. This is the largest senior debt funding ever raised in Canada for a P3. The consortium’s proposed phasing is the key to this innovative approach and will permit delivery of a fully functioning hospital. Any private funding will be reimbursed by the government. The 2014-2024 Quebec Infrastructure Plan puts the full future cost of the CHUM redevelopment, including a final phase that involves a medical office tower and conference facility, at $3.63 billion.

Funding Source: Public-Private

Location: Montreal, Quebec

Estimated End Date of Substantial Completion: 2020

LEED: Silver

A new hospital and research centre will replace the three facilities that currently make up the Centre hospitalier de l’université de Montréal (CHUM): Hôtel-Dieu in Montréal, Notre-Dame Hospital, and Saint-Luc Hospital. The project received the go-ahead in 2010, which brings all three francophone university hospitals together under one roof.

Phase one, construction of the research centre, was opened in the fall of 2013. Phase two of the project, three 25-storey buildings that will each house therapeutic and hospital diagnostic services, emergency, and clinical follow-ups as well as clinical and logistical support, welcomed its first patients in early October of 2017. Phase three of the project, now underway, consists of the construction of an adjacent building to accommodate part of the outpatient clinics, clinico-administrative offices, library, archives, a 500-seat amphitheatre, and another parking section. Phase three is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2020.

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