Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)


Project Overview

LRI has worked extensively on several CAMH facilities in Toronto. More notably, LRI was involved in the CAMH 1C redevelopment project. The CAMH Phase 1C redevelopment project involved the design-build of two new buildings with the intent to modernize patient care, research and education with retail spaces and parks. The project, which cost $685 million, involved the construction of an eight-storey Care and Recovery building containing 110 in-patient beds and a seven-storey Crisis and Critical Care building that will serve as Ontario’s only psychiatric emergency department with 125 in-patient beds. LRI provided building code consulting services for the design and construction of these new facilities, which involved attendance at client meetings. Our extensive suite of services included drawing reviews, preparation of reports and meetings with the AHJ.

Our impact on the project

The project required an appropriate approach to the application of the Code at the earliest design stages to facilitate the design throughout the iterative project process. LRI’s experience with the design-build of similar, large-scale hospital projects allows us to help the design team achieve greater design flexibility for current and possible future adaptations while ensuring compliance with Building Code regulations. Our Fire and Life Safety services and programs complement our extensive experience in providing fire and building code consulting services. We have delivered our services to over 60 healthcare facilities across Canada, ranging from small to large.

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