Modern Niagara Vancouver helped BC’s oldest hospital realize savings and modernize its facilities — with minimal operational disruption — in the first phase of a multi-stage redevelopment initiative.
Our team provided the full range of mechanical and control services during construction, and replaced the hospital’s aged utilities with new energy-efficient central heating, and cooling generation and distribution. We also led Building Information Modeling (BIM) coordination of all mechanical and electrical services in Royal Columbian’s energy centre and mental health building, ensuring smooth installation.
Our design-assist services ensured hospital services could continue throughout the construction process. To help minimize future disruptions, we installed Phase 2 rooftop cooling equipment as part of our Phase 1 work.