Sainte-Anne Hospital

LONG-TERM GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY CARE
PHASES I – IX
Faced with aging facilities, the Ste. Anne’s Hospital began a major renovation operation and complete upgrade of its buildings to current standards for nursing homes for the elderly.

 

Country

Canada

City

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Client

Travaux publics et Services gouvernementaux Canada

Surface Area

29 964 m²

Year

2002-2009

Electromechanics

Bouthillette Parizeau / Dessau

Structure

SDK et Associés inc.

Photographer

Marc Cramer

The first three phases of this project include renovations to the ten floors of the main building tower (330 beds), construction of a residential annex adapted to the needs of elderly patients (132 beds), renovation of the food services and construction of a new thermal power plant and an electrical substation.

In a later phase, the hospital will embark on redevelopment of common areas and the wards in the main pavilion as well as renovations to the former Edith Temple Pavilion.

From site development to materials selection, the project adheres to the principles of sustainable development and, among other things, constitutes a pilot project for the usage of geothermal energy in this building category.

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