Surrey hospital

Surrey hospital

A pioneering project

Canada
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  • Opened in June 2011 in Surrey, au Canada, le Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre is the first ambulatory hospital in British Columbia. It was also a constructed using a pioneering project model: a public-private partnership involving two of our subsidiaries, Bouygues Building Canada and Bouygues Energies & Services Canada. This project has enabled us to score a first major success in Canada, a country with great potential where construction is seen as a driver of development.

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    Through this public-private partnership, genuine cooperation has been created with the meeting of two cultures. We have been able to learn about each other and improve how we work together day after day. We share the same target of satisfying the customer.

    Philippe Gesret, project manager

  • The customer, Fraser Health Authority (FHA), operator of the Surrey hospital, had two objectives in mind with this project: providing better healthcare for outpatients and relieving congestion in local hospitals. Completely focused on patients’ needs, the site has more than 50 departments – including test laboratories, MRI, CT scanner, x-rays, etc. – in a light and pleasant environment… that is also energy-efficient (LEED® Gold certified).

  • The Surrey hospital provides only preventive short-term care, which is an innovative concept. The first project to be developed with the use of digital modelling, which entailed 3D modelling of the building prior to construction, the site conveys a spirit of inventiveness and it has an extendable structure which can be increased in size by 30% to meet the future needs of a city undergoing constant growth. One telling example of the lengths taken to save space is the integration of service ducts in the facade. The use of 3D modelling, which made it possible to visualise design and architectural features at an upstream phase, was able to generate high added value.

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  1. 1
    Context
  2. 2
    Testimony
  3. 3
    Ambitions
  4. 4
    Innovations
  5. 5
    Video
  • Opened in June 2011 in Surrey, au Canada, le Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre is the first ambulatory hospital in British Columbia. It was also a constructed using a pioneering project model: a public-private partnership involving two of our subsidiaries, Bouygues Building Canada and Bouygues Energies & Services Canada. This project has enabled us to score a first major success in Canada, a country with great potential where construction is seen as a driver of development.

  • Testimony

     

     

     

    Through this public-private partnership, genuine cooperation has been created with the meeting of two cultures. We have been able to learn about each other and improve how we work together day after day. We share the same target of satisfying the customer.

    Philippe Gesret, project manager

  • The customer, Fraser Health Authority (FHA), operator of the Surrey hospital, had two objectives in mind with this project: providing better healthcare for outpatients and relieving congestion in local hospitals. Completely focused on patients’ needs, the site has more than 50 departments – including test laboratories, MRI, CT scanner, x-rays, etc. – in a light and pleasant environment… that is also energy-efficient (LEED® Gold certified).

  • The Surrey hospital provides only preventive short-term care, which is an innovative concept. The first project to be developed with the use of digital modelling, which entailed 3D modelling of the building prior to construction, the site conveys a spirit of inventiveness and it has an extendable structure which can be increased in size by 30% to meet the future needs of a city undergoing constant growth. One telling example of the lengths taken to save space is the integration of service ducts in the facade. The use of 3D modelling, which made it possible to visualise design and architectural features at an upstream phase, was able to generate high added value.

Surrey hospitalBouygues Energies & Services takes good care of the hospital

Every day, 35 employees of Bouygues Energies & Services FM Canada work in the hospital, performing a high-level facilities management contract that covers a wide range of hard and soft FM services. To meet the strict standards demanded by the hospital with regard to hygiene, employees work in two daily shifts to clean and disinfect the rooms on all four floors. Particular care is taken in cleaning the fourth floor, where outpatient surgery and other ambulatory procedures are carried out. The highest level control procedures are used in this area to avoid all risks of infection.

 

Surrey hospitalConserving nature

Optimised for low energy consumption, the hospital has been awarded LEED® Gold certification. What this means concretely is that the building is 40 % more efficient than a standard construction. To ensure that the best possible protection was given to the environment, we worked in close coordination with the municipal authorities, who take nature conservation extremely seriously. As a result, trees were only felled with the approval of specialist consultants, taking care to avoid the nesting season. In line with this approach, the Surrey Nature Centre informs visitors about measures taken to protect the environment.

 

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