At the time it was built, the Critical Services Redevelopment Project (CSRP) at Health Sciences Centre was the largest provincial healthcare project in Manitoba’s history. Completed in 2006, the building consists of three floors and a basement connecting the existing facilities. The 280,000-square-foot addition includes, among other things, 20 new operating rooms, adult and pediatric emergency departments, intensive care units, surgical operating rooms, central sterilization and processing facilities, radiology procedure rooms, and a burn unit.
Over a 36-month construction schedule, PCL’s labor forces formed over 63,000 square meters (678,000 sq. ft.) of surfaces and placed over 10,500 cubic meters (370,000 cu. ft.) of concrete.
To ensure the client stayed on budget, PCL initiated an extensive value-engineering process. The project team worked tirelessly and put in extra effort to maintain communication and solidify our relationship with the client and consultants.