Markham

Markhaven Long-Term Care Facility Redevelopment

Client

Markhaven Inc.

Budget

$10 Million

Size

70,000 sf.

Completed

January 2004

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Healthcare and Research

Residential and Hospitality

Architect

Salter Pilon Architecture Inc.

This project involved the demolition of an existing long-term care facility and the construction of a new 70,000 square foot facility that includes 96 beds, nurse call stations and a high-tech patient wandering security system. The facility also included a beauty salon, chapel, library, auditorium areas and private, semi-private and basic rooms with en-suite washrooms. The building consists of two floors and four resident home areas that are fully contained and independent.

The facility’s home areas on the north side of the building accommodate 21 residents in each unit, while the home areas on the south side each accommodate 28 residents. Each home area features lounge areas, an activity room, and a communal dining room.

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