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Casey House Renovation & Expansion

Casey House, a specialized healthcare facility for individuals with HIV/AIDS, undertook an extensive renovation and expansion of their existing heritage-designated building.

TORONTO, ON

The new Casey House facility allows for the introduction of a substantial HIV/AIDS Day Health Program that services 200 registered clients.

Located in downtown Toronto, the project involved renovating the historic mansion currently on the site and connecting it with an environmentally advanced, state-of-the-art new hospital housing 14 sub-acute patient rooms, along with a variety of outpatient supportive health services.

The building design grants sufficient space to client and administrative areas, reception, as well as a dining room, communal spaces, basement, parking, and storage.

The substantial addition brings much-needed space and modernized amenities while embracing the existing heritage building and providing a private sanctuary for clients to promote healing and emotional well-being.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

CLIENT

Casey House

ARCHITECT

Hariri Pontarini Architects

OUR ROLE(S)

Structural Engineering Consultant

SIZE

5,480 m² (59,000 ft² )

BUDGET

$32 M

MARKET (OFFICE)

TORONTO

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KEY CONSIDERATIONS

Challenge One

Managing and dealing with the various unexpected conditions found during the renovation process resulting from the age of the heritage building and the numerous renovations it had undergone over the years.

Solution One

While each project is unique, Entuitive’s extensive experience restoring and renovating heritage buildings allowed us to resolve each unexpected situation in a timely manner – assessing the issue and devising appropriate solutions that balanced restoration, project schedule, and budget goals for the client.

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