Jewish General Hospital – Pavilion K

Rank 2024


Industry Sector: Health Care

Project Type: Health Care

Project Value: $426 million

Funding Source: Public/Private

Province: Quebec

City / Region: Montreal

This 12-storey project’s first phase featured a state-of-the-art emergency department to address wait times and patient flow issues. Once entirely completed, Pavilion K will focus on patients requiring emergency treatment, surgery, or intensive, coronary, or neonatal intensive care. They plan to eliminate all three and four-bed rooms throughout the hospital, which will be replaced with 450 private (one-bed) and semi-private (two-bed) rooms.

Construction began in October 2010, and although it’s on schedule and expected to be completed by December, medical equipment must first be put in place and tested before patients can be treated. The emergency department opened in February 2014, and plans call for Pavilion K to welcome its first patients in January 2016.

Project Owner: Jewish General Hospital

Architect Names: GKC, Jodoin Lamarre Pratte, and Marosi Troy Architects JV

Supplier Other: Demix Beton (concrete); Honeywell (HVAC and building automation system); Siemens (fire installed base)

2015 Rank: 99

2014 Rank: 95