CHUM University of Montreal Hospital

Montreal

Project Value - £1.4bn

Project Sector - Health

Canada

About The Project

The Montreal University Hospital Centre (Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal – CHUM) project in Montreal, Canada reached financial close on 10 June 2011.

The new 772-bed hospital will replace three older teaching hospitals currently in use and it will be among the largest university hospital centres in North America. Construction of the hospital is expected to take nine years, with part of the hospital becoming active after five years. A thirty year concession period will follow the construction phase, during which the consortium will maintain the new site.

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