St. Catharines General Hospital

Mechanical Room & Electrical Substation

About Project

This project involved limited space and mobility, therefore, perimeter shoring was incorporated into the design of below ground structures. The substation was connected with an underground service tunnel to the mechanical room which was built cradled against and below existing hospital walls. The complexity of constructing the mechanical room also included service tunnels which had to be stored in place until the roof of the mechanical room was ready for construction.

  • Location St. Catharines, Ontario
  • Project Value$1.7 Million
  • Architect / Engineer Baker & Elmes Architects, Peninsula Engineering, H H Angus Engineering

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