Vancouver General Hospital – Centennial Pavilion

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

HCR moved the existing two floors of the Mental Health Centre to the newly renovated Centennial Pavilion.  The relocation involved the planning, risk assessment, time management and the physical execution of the relocation including the Geriatric Psychiatry Outreach Team (GPOT) and STAT program.

Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

This relocation took place over 8 days and involved moving the old facility into a new building which is connected to the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital. Our work encompassed the planning, risk management, equipment verification, and execution of the relocation of the Stan Cassidy Centre. Moreover, we relocated several labs…

University Health Network

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

HCR moved principal investigators, their offices, labs and staff and various buildings associated with the University Health Network into the Toronto Medical Discovery Tower. This required highly specialized planning and execution of our relocation services. Equipment relocated within labs and departments includes specialized lab equipment such as: microscopes, air tables, lab desks,…

Fisher Titus Medical Center

Norwalk, Ohio, USA

Health Care Relocations moved several existing departments into a newly constructed attached 130,000 square foot addition.  Our work entailed all relocation planning, including scheduling and sequencing of the moves.  HCR planned and physically relocated 43 patients and their belongings from the existing site into their new rooms.  All redundant assets were relocated…

BC Cancer Research Center

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

This project involved relocating 60 Principal Investigators, their laboratories, staff and research from an adjacent building into the new BC Cancer Research Agency.  Our scope of work provided move planning, sequencing of all relocations, transferable equipment verifications, relocations and installations.

The Hospital for Sick Children

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

HCR transferred researchers from Sick Kids to the new Toronto Medical Discovery Tower.  Principal Investigators including all their staff, offices, labs and research were relocated into the new detached tower one block away.  HCR provided all the advance planning, scheduling, sequencing including the physical transfer of each and every lab.

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