||Monday April 7th, 2014
Registration & Reception
5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Holiday Inn Oakville, 590 Argus Rd Oakville, Ontario L6J 3J3
ASHRAE Hamilton Chapter and Toronto Chapter present
the following dinner meeting presentation:
CHUM Hospital: An Integrated Design Approach for a New, State-of-the-Art Healthcare Facility
Vice President, Knowledge Management, HH Angus & Associates Limited
CHUM is the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal, and is both the largest single healthcare development underway in Canada and the largest P3 project in North America.
Nick will discuss the challenges of the project pursuit, design and construction, due to CHUM’s complex and dense urban site in downtown Montreal. As well, they spoke to the unique opportunities for collaboration among the design team to meet these challenges.
When complete, CHUM will be one of the largest academic medical centers in North America with 2.5 million sq.ft. serving 345,000 ambulatory patients, 22,000 inpatients and 65,000 emergency patients annually. CHUM will accommodate 770 single-patient rooms, ambulatory and diagnostic centers, surgery, intensive care, clinical laboratories and a research centre that encompasses 35 medical disciplines.
Nick Stark, P. Eng, ICD.D, LEED AP
Nick Stark joined the consulting engineering firm of H.H. Angus & Associates in 1978 as a graduate in Mechanical Engineering. He gained experience in Toronto, Calgary and London, England before returning to the Toronto office in 1987 as a Principal. He is a recognized expert in the design of mechanical systems in health care facilities. Nick is currently VP Knowledge Management, as well as spearheading the P3 work at H.H. Angus, including CHUM in Montréal, the largest healthcare project ever undertaken in Canada.
Nick has gained experience in a wide variety of commercial and institutional building types ranging from high rise office towers to correctional facilities to hospitals in Canada and abroad. He is recognized across Canada as a leader in the design of hospitals and has chaired the CSA Committee responsible for HVAC design and construction of health care facilities for over a decade, as well as having roles on other CSA committees: CSA SC on Z8000 Canadian Health Care Facilities, and CSA TC on Health Care Facility Engineering and Physical Plant.
Feel free to contact the following members for further details:
ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Technology Transfer Committee Chair
ASHRAE Hamilton Chapter Technology Transfer Committee Chair