Located in North Battleford, this hospital is the first mental health facility to be built in Saskatchewan, Canada, and is currently nearing completion. With personal rooms and naturally-lit common spaces, this 284-bed facility is designed to make patients feel like they are at home rather than in a hospital.
This children’s hospital offers state-of-the-art care for children's unique healthcare needs and is ranked among the nation’s top five children’s hospitals in Orthopedics and Neonatology by U.S. News World Report. The campus on which the hospital is situated is composed of a variety of different buildings and practices.
The 271,000-square-foot care center is home to a variety of clinics that offer services to United States veterans. The design of the facility is unique in the fact that different departments and medical services are located in separate wings joined by a central, three-story atrium space.
This Frank O. Gehry designed project featured a 67,000 square foot, 4-story medical facility, museum, restaurant, and covered courtyard, along with civil improvements to support the development of the site. The entire building was designed utilizing Catia v.5 software.