Sainte-Justine University Hospital is one of the largest pediatric centers in North America and the largest mother-child center in Canada. Founded in 1907, Sainte-Justine is the first French-speaking children’s hospital in Montreal. Since its inauguration in 1957, the complex has undergone a series of successive expansions. In 2007, the completion of the expansion project Growing Healthy, Extension flap was entrusted to the firm SNC-Lavalin Construction Inc. With an initial investment of approximately $ 939 million, the project will stimulate the economy through job creation thanks to the partnership arrangements with community members.
The project offers a verdant setting associated with the landscape of Mont Royal. Our mandate includes the development of facades, pedestrian links to the neighborhood, courtyards, a children’s garden and green roofs.
Project: CHUST, Growing Healthy, Extension flap
Client: Ste-Justine University Hospital
Conception: NIPPaysage, Architectes paysagistes
Completion: 2015-2017, Aménagement Côté jardin Inc.