2018年，Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes和Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes两家事务所受托完成蒙特利尔大学医院中心（CHUM）的最终阶段。项目的第一阶段由CannonDesign和NEUF architect(e)s设计。该项目以获得LEED银级认证为目标，整合了全世界最先进的技术，创造出以人为本的医护与研究环境。
In 2018, the firms Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes and Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes were commissioned to complete the final phase of the new Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM), designed during the first phase by CannonDesign and NEUF architect(e)s. Aiming for LEED Silver certification, this new facility integrates the most advanced technologies in the world and creates a care and research environment that puts people at the heart of every activity.
Located in the heart of a busy downtown Montreal quadrangle, the CHUM hospital complex is integrated into a dense urban environment, near the Ville-Marie expressway, a metro station, and Montreal’s cosmopolitan and historic districts.
▼项目概览，overview © Olivier Gariépy
The human being first
This last phase of the CHUM aimed to create an environment capable of welcoming and accompanying users, supporting them through diagnoses, treatments, follow-ups, and visits to their loved ones, in short, a caring environment for patients as well as for the staff who work there every day.
▼从礼堂建筑望向医院，view from the Pierre-Péladeau Amphitheatre © Adrien Williams
The quality of the spaces has a direct impact on the quality of life of the users, on their feeling of safety and confidence, as well as on the staff and their work experience. Consultations with the various professionals involved led to the development of workspaces and rest areas with plenty of windows, task-adapted lighting and views towards the exterior, says Ms. Parent.“ Architecture plays an essential role in the planning and functionality of the spaces and routes, which, among other things, reduces the level of stress related to orientation in a hospital of this size. ”
▼空间中置入了大量的窗户、与工作任务相适应的照明以及向户外敞开的视野 © Adrien Williams
workspaces and rest areas with plenty of windows, task-adapted lighting and views towards the exterior
An assessment of the plans was conducted to understand the frequent critical linkages between the different rooms, clinics, offices… Units were reorganized to optimize floor space and reduce travel distance, allowing medical staff to spend more time with patients.
▼医院工作区域，hospital workspaces © Adrien Williams
Units were reorganized to optimize floor space and reduce travel distance © Adrien Williams
▼走廊，corridor © Adrien Williams
▼鸟瞰，项目的核心是被称为“Pierre-Péladeau剧场”的会议中心 © Olivier Gariépy
Aerial view: the Pierre-Péladeau Amphitheatre constitutes the “heart” of the project
▼屋顶上安装了全宽的玻璃天窗，The Pierre-Péladeau Amphitheatre is equipped with a full-width glass skylight on the roof © Olivier Gariépy
With its unique and distinctive shape and its envelope made of copper panels, a noble, durable material reminiscent of the roofs of several emblematic institutional buildings in Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec, the Pierre-Péladeau Amphitheatre constitutes the “heart” of the project. The main auditorium, initially designed with fixed bleachers, was redesigned to integrate retractable bleachers. This large multifunctional auditorium, including varied technological and scenographic equipment, can accommodate 365 people in its standard configuration, while in cabaret mode, it offers nearly 150 seats. The building also houses five modular meeting rooms (the movable walls allow for the configuration of up to 10 meeting rooms), where acoustic is ensured using triple glass.
A veritable structural feat, the building’s volumetry and large spans were achieved through a complex load-bearing frame and cantilevered shell and floors. Integrated above the underground parking lot, surrounded by a perimeter circulation path with access to the parking lot, and equipped with a full-width glass skylight on the roof, this amphitheatre was the source of many functional and technical challenges and required great mastery in both design and execution.
▼“Pierre-Péladeau剧场”内部空间，interior view of the Pierre-Péladeau Amphitheatre © Adrien Williams
▼多功能礼堂，multifunctional auditorium © Adrien Williams
This last phase of the CHUM marks the end of a gigantic urban development project in the health sector. An avant-garde hospital complex where researchers, doctors and specialists join forces to contribute to a better society that takes care of its inhabitants. Once again, architecture has proven to be essential for the realization of a collective societal vision imbued with meaning and human values.
▼项目鸟瞰，aerial view © Olivier Gariépy
365-seat amphitheatre : 5,582 m2 on 3 floors
Pavilion C – Outpatient Clinics : 15 floors (14,807 m2)
Pavilion B – Library and administrative offices : 15 floors (18,619 m2)
Parking : 852 spaces on 5 floors (31,600 m2) and 210 bicycle spaces
Locker rooms : 3311 lockers for staff (40% of total)
Finalization of the design, execution, and supervision of the work: Jodoin Lamarre Pratte | Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux architects in consortium
Design: CannonDesign + NEUF architect(e)s
Lead architect: Michel Broz
Co-project managers: Michel Broz and Anik Shooner, architects
Design direction: Jean-Pierre LeTourneux
Assistant Project Manager, responsible for project quality control and in charge of the production and site teams: Joanne Parent
Person responsible for planning the clinical functional units and workshops, specialized equipment, quality control of interior design and co-responsible for the teams: Martine Gévry
Engineering: Pageau Morel and Associates, SDK and Associates
Landscape architecture: NIPpaysage