Victoria General Hospital
Client: Vancouver Island Health Authority
Prime Consultant: Warner James Architects | CEI Architecture and Planning | de Hoog & Kierulf Architects | Avalon Mechanical
Location: Victoria, BC
Completion: 2003 - 2017
COOLING TOWER UPGRADE
February 2017 | Avalon Mechanical
Concrete and structural upgrades to support installation of a new cooling tower.
April 2017 | de Hoog & Kierulf Architects
A four phase renovation to the Endoscopy Department at Victoria General Hospital. The renovations involved demolition, new construction, relocation, minor additions and alterations, minor revisions, partitions, finishes and new mechanical and electrical systems. Infection control measures were enforced and observed at all times throughout the project.
CORRIDOR & SOCIAL WORK OFFICES RENOVATIONS
August 2009 | CEI Architecture and Planning
Phased interior renovations and internal modifications.
CENTRAL PROCESSING AND STORES RENOVATION
June 2007 |CEI Architecture and Planning
Phased renovations in the Central Processing department to upgrade and provide additional space for ETO equipment sterilizers. New offices and a lunchroom were constructed within the Stores department. Work completed within the Stores and Central Processing departments with no disruption to ongoing operations.
5TH FLOOR IN-PATIENT REHABILITATION RENOVATION
March 2004 | CEI Architecture and Planning
Renovation on the 5th floor of the existing and occupied facility to create a new In-Patient Rehabilitation Facility consisting of 20 beds, physiotherapy, exercise, administration/nursing and dining areas. First, the area was deconstructed and stripped out, followed by a completely new interior layout with an extensive mechanical and electrical reconfiguration. Underslab plumbing work was carried out within a fully occupied pediatric ward on the floor below.
MEDICAL SCHOOL ADDITION
August 2006 | Warner James Architecture
Construction of a new 7,534 sq. ft., two-storey addition to the D & T building at the hospital to house the new Island Medical School program. The building was a cast in place concrete and steel structure with Alucobond architectural panel exterior finish. The building’s interior consisted of state of the art classroom facilities, staff offices and residences.
OUT-PATIENT NEURO REHABILITATION
The purpose of the project was to create a new out-patient rehabilitation facility consisting of a preadmission clinic, human resources area, bed control, cashier area, Physicians Immediate Care (PIC) clinic, therapy services, and neurological rehabilitation. Renovations were completed on the 2nd and 3rd level and the work included deconstruction and strip out of the space, followed by a completely new interior layout with an extensive mechanical and electrical reconfiguration. The work was completed in seven sequential phases as the existing facility continued regular operations, with no interruption due to construction activities.
2003 | CEI Architecture and Planning
The project was a renovation and rehabilitation of the 5th floor and the work involved asbestos abatement, demolition and completion of a new interior