Located on a vast piece of land in a tranquil setting half an hour from Montreal, Ste. Anne’s Hospital offers its Veterans Affairs Canada clients an exceptional environment designed entirely to promote an optimal level of care and the best possible quality of life.
We were mandated to perform mechanical (plumbing and fire prevention) services, as well as electrical work for the expansion and modernization project over approximately 91,500 square feet.
Executed in phases and in continuous operation, the project was divided into 10 work packages to ensure that ongoing hospital activities ran smoothly. This allowed us to add 132 beds and related services, while integrating energy efficiency measures into the building. We built a new thermal power plant and electrical substation to replace the obsolete 1950s-era plant.
In order to meet the specific needs and requirements of the hospital’s various departments while maintaining the care and safety of patients and staff, we limited the number and duration of power cuts. We also ensured that the connection work was performed at night and on weekends, during less busy periods.
Architects: Consortium Provencher Roy et Associés, Cardinal Hardy et Associés, Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés et le Groupe ARCOP.