Toronto, Ontario, Canada
HCR planned and completed the physical relocation of the operating rooms totalling 100,000 square feet including the removal, relocation and installation of OR lights. In conjunction with the OR move, we also planned and completed the relocation of the General Surgery department.
Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada
HCR planned, scheduled and completed the physical relocations from the legacy site to the new 250,000 square foot facility located one mile away. HCR was also responsible for coordinating and completing equipment installations.
Brunswick and Bath, Maine, USA
HCR completed detailed scheduling, move route planning and the physical relocation from two existing hospitals into the new 170,000 square foot facility located 10 miles away. Our work also included the coordination and installation of new equipment purchases.
Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
HCR completed the relocations from four different locations into the new 750,000 square foot facility. Our work involved detailed scheduling, coordinating and completing equipment installations, determining move routes and the physical relocation to the new facility.
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
HCR relocated the Oncology Department from various buildings located at the Hospital Lot of the East Baltimore Campus to the newly constructed facility – the Weinberg Building. Our accomplishments involved detailed scheduling, determining move routes and the physical relocation to the new facility.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
HCR provided decanting services for the Thomas J. Bell Building which included the planning and physical relocation to the new Support Services Building. Departments that were transferred into the new building included the corporate offices comprised of finance, legal, HR, all Vice Presidents, the President and CEO.
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
HCR provided their planning services and completed the physical internal relocation of multiple departments to allow for swing space for construction. A variety of inpatient units including Medical Surgery, Orthopaedics, ICU, and Cardiac Surgery were safely moved.
Minden and Haliburton, Ontario, Canada
HCR planned, sequenced and performed the physical relocations of the existing sites into their replacement facilities. This involved relocating the hospitals and their respective long term care facilities along with their patients and residents and their associated support services.