Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital - Vaughan, Ontario

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Project Details

Project Size: 1.2 million square feet
Owner: Mackenzie Health
Architects: SmithGroupJJR
Construction Partners: PCL Construction,
Plenary Health
DBFM Architect: Stantec
PDC Architect: Zeidler Partnership Architects
CMU Supplier: Brampton Brick
Total CO2 Saved: 12,455 pounds

 
 

Project Overview

The Mackenzie Vaughan hospital is an 11-story, 1,200,000 square foot hospital located on a 36-acre greenfield campus. The hospital will be the first “smart” hospital in Canada with an integrated technology allowing medical devices to ‘speak’ to one another, facilitating a more streamlined healthcare service.

The design for the hospital incorporates many sustainable measures including low overall energy use, water conservation, green roofs, construction waste diversion, and the use of Brampton Brick with 556,030 CarbonCure masonry units. The hospital is seeking LEED-silver certification and is scheduled for completion in 2020.

The amount of CO₂ avoided in this project is equivalent to the amount of CO₂ sequestered in 146 tree seedlings grown for 10 years.

 

Featured on CBC News

 
See the project featured on  CBC’s The Fix  with host Andrew Chang from October 2018.

See the project featured on CBC’s The Fix with host Andrew Chang from October 2018.

 
 

Project Photos

 
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