Inaugurated in 2012 as a joint project for the University of Alberta and Capital Health, the Kaye Edmonton Clinic was built to provide surrounding communities with a centralized site dedicated to delivering outpatient services.
The clinic houses a variety of facilities committed to clinical practice, teaching and research. It provides ambulatory care focused on emerging trends involving flexible mechanical and electrical systems designed to meet current and future needs.
This one-stop healthcare facility welcomes patients to an aesthetically enjoyable and comforting environment that spans 60,930 square metres. It offers easy access to various amenities from sports rehabilitation and dental care to complete diagnostic imaging services. Additionally, it renders the benefit of reduced travel time expended on commuting between dispersed healthcare centres.
At WSP, we understood the client’s objectives for this $500 million project and provided mechanical and electrical engineering services targeting LEED Silver. We studied the client’s requirements, infrastructural complexities and architectural plan, and produced a lighting design that offers patients a comforting and healing environment.