Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, affiliated with the University of Montreal, now has one of the largest (26,000 m2) and most modern Ambulatory Services centres in Quebec.
With health care professionals, including specialists, working together in a single location equipped with state of the art equipment, the Centre offers an integrated, interdisciplinary team approach to total health care, including preventive medicine and patient education. Doctors also have access to a specialized area for research in diagnostics and the treatment of certain illnesses.
Pomerleau’s responsibilities included:
- Building envelope – clad in curtain wall, windows and aluminium panels.
- Electromechanical work
- Construction and fit-up of:
- Operating rooms
- Waiting rooms
- Medical and administrative offices
The Centre’s rooms are set up to allow a certain flexibility in usage for a rational utilization of the facility’s space.
The work took place in a contiguous building linked by corridors to its neighbours. The hospital continued to use space near and in the areas where construction was taking place, which necessitated absolutely strict control of both dust and noise.