Gen-eer recently secured the Diagnostic Imaging Radiology Suite project being constructed on Level 2 at Markham Stouffville Hospital. The project consists of full demolition of existing office spaces and construction renovations to accommodate the new Intervention Radiology suite.
What we did
Construction works and the duration are being executed on a schedule that will allow Patients and Healthcare Professionals to use the space sooner and minimize the risks to the existing facilities staff, patients and public. Critical Mechanical and Electrical infrastructure will be fully upgraded under the scope of works to support the services required for the new suite. The renovation works include for demolition of all finishes and the current existing office layout of the space to allow for a full reconfiguration to accommodate the Hospitals urgent needs.
Construction of the Interventional suite within a live hospital environment with service tie-ins required in adjacent spaces will mean several restrictions being put in place to keep departments operational and continue with hospital occupation.
With works now underway, our Infection Control plan has been developed for a phased construction fit-out of the space with full recognition of the numerous Mechanical and Electrical services tie-ins required in multiple High-Risk areas (Operating rooms) that are outside of the main Project footprint. Our IPAC / Dust Barrier Plan has been developed in unison with MSH’s IPAC practitioner using the CSA Standard CAN/CSA-Z317.17.
A full collaborative approach with the Hospital and individual Departments on the project will provide the for the successful delivery of this project for the Markham Stouffville Hospital.
Construction of an advanced high-tech Interventional Radiology suite that will deliver the best value solution for advanced patient care and serve the urgent needs of Markham Stouffville Hospital. Construction works are currently on-going with an anticipated delivery date of late 2021.