State-of-the-art facility provides the Hamilton region with access to the best possible prevention, diagnosis, and treatment practices
MMM is a key member of the Plenary Health consortium retained to design, build, finance, and maintain the Margaret & Charles Juravinski Centre for Integrated Health under a 33-year P3 agreement with a cost of $581M. 855,000 sq. ft. of new construction includes 305 patient beds, expanded outpatient clinics and research / academic spaces, and all associated support services.
- LEED NC Gold certified, this project illustrates sustainability, salutogenic principles, and strong project management.
- Sustainable features include:
- high-performance building envelope with durability testing and excellent window-to-wall ratio (21%)
- high-efficiency heating
- heat recovery ventilation
- low-flow plumbing fixtures
- low lighting power density (7.7 W/sq. m.)
- a mix of reflective, white roof, and green roof
- rainwater cistern for landscape
- landscaping composed of native species, requiring no irrigation
- MMM used its expertise in BIM to streamline and coordinate documents and design decisions to minimize communication errors and delays.
- Despite the challenges associated with delivering a project of this scope and intricacy, the project was finished on time and on budget.
- sustainable design facilitation
- mechanical / electrical engineering
- civil engineering
- building science
- building commissioning
- building performance monitoring
- LEED consulting / certification