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Old Posted Mar 26, 2008, 1:45 PM
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MONTREAL | Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal | 93 M | 17, 20 FLOORS

Une grosse amélioration par rapport à l'ancien design...



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C'est vrai que c'est beaucoup mieux que l,ancien projet, j'ai bien hâte de voir à quelle date la construction va commencer.
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Old Posted Mar 26, 2008, 4:44 PM
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Ce qu'on a vu précédemment relevait davantage d'une étude de volumétrie que de plans en devenir. Je trouve ça bien, c'est dans la lignée du design de nos derniers projets de pavillons universitaires. Ça s'annonce bien.
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WOW ça devient sérieusement bandant!! y a qque chose des lignes directes, affirmées et fluides de Saucier+Perrotte là-dedans.

les premiers rendus étaient tellement décourageants..

restauration/intégration des magnifiques édifices de la rue St-Denis - surtout l'église - et c'est digne de la une des grands magazines d'architecture et d'urbanisme.
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L'enménagement dans le pavillon principal est maintenant prévu en 2016.

De source fiable.
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c'est tellement couteux et long quand le gouvernement fait un projet...
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Les gros projets c'est toujours long, que ce soit privé ou public
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MONTREAL | Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal | 17, 20 FLOORS

THis is one of two mega-hospital projects in Montreal. The other one is the MUHC (McGill University Hospital Centre) this one here is the CHUM (Centre Hospitalier Universite Montreal). Originally 18 floors, its been consistently cut down by NIMBYS (as if 3 floors makes a damn difference) to now 15 floors. There have been many design changes and the whole process has been taking years and years as it gets tangled into Quebec's hopeless bureaucracy. Nevertheless its a 1,8 BILLION dollar investment and will see the construction of the following buildings.







The whole project, including the current CHUM structure on the far right.




AND here are some NEW renderings presented by the government recently:






L'échéancier avancé :








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Looks like some of the things that recently have gone into Toronto General Hospital.
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Nice to see all the new proposals for MTL lately.
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Fuck! cant they just build it!
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i hear that project will be the largest hospital in Canada,
where they will take the doctors that is the real question.
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MONTREAL | Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal 20 Floors U/C

After almost 15 years of changes, controversy, hundreds of millions of lost money, this project is finally under construction.

This will become the most modern hospital in Canada and one of the most modern in the world, featuring cutting-edge technology, spacious rooms for patients and optimized emergency rooms.

A total Investment of nearly 3 Billion dollars.

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This one is now under construction.

Title can be changed to: MONTREAL | CHUM | HEIGHT | 17 & 20 FLOORS
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Latest rendering


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Main Hospital


Research Center next door







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New Rendering

CHUM Research Center on left
CHUM Main Hospital on right


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(Mon) Chum....that is what my quebecoise ex-gf used to call me.
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http://gallery.me.com/jfdaniel#100277 Voici un petit update du Centre de Recherche du Nouveau Chum

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