Hamilton

McMaster University Institute for Applied Health Sciences

Client

McMaster University

Budget

$20 Million

Size

180,000 sf.

Completed

May 2001

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Healthcare and Research

Post Secondary Education

Architect

Jones Architects Inc.

Aquicon undertook the construction of a new 180,000 square foot, five storey concrete structure clad with masonry and curtain wall for McMaster University and Mohawk College. The building was comprised of a mechanical penthouse on the roof, built with metal siding. Work on the basement of the building included a connection to the university’s existing underground tunnel network.

The Institute for Applied Health Sciences is a joint initiative between McMaster University and Mohawk College’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Human Services. The institute houses the School of Rehabilitation Science with graduate programs in occupational therapy, rehabilitation and physiotherapy, along with Mohawk students involved in the McMaster-Mohawk-Conestoga BScN Program.

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