In March 2020, Stantec Consulting Ltd., along with Alberta Health Services, Sprung Structures, Faulkbuilt, and CANA Construction collaborated to build a temporary treatment facility to accommodate the predicted pandemic peak in May 2020. Communication and coordination between all disciplines, as well as physicians and nurses, was critical. The facility was designed and entirely constructed under three weeks, providing an additional 70 treatment spaces for patients in Calgary. The jurors were impressed with the short design and construction timeframe and how the engineering team rose to the occasion, delivering the project under challenging mental and physical health circumstances.
View ACEC’s press release for this project.
View more about this project in Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine.