Over the past few years, PAGEAU MOREL has taken part in a large number of construction and renovation projects in the health sector.
Our specialists have thus acquired a unique experience in this field, both at the local and international levels, as they had to analyze, study and assess new technologies, code requirements, and execution methods. They now have an in-depth knowledge of the requirements specific to these types of facilities and installations while ensuring the continuity of building operations and preventing infections in occupied facilities.
Designers at PAGEAU MOREL are attuned to the specific needs of healthcare facilities. They know that they require functional systems that can both create an environment suitable for quality services that contribute to the patient’s healing process and ensure a safe and cost-effective building operation. Thanks to their experience in this field and to their vast knowledge of the codes and standards, our specialists optimize all the components of each project so as to make factors such as the environment (air quality, temperature), energy efficiency and specialized services (medical gases and purified water) compliant with the most stringent standards. These systems are designed with a strong emphasis on the rigid financial constraints facing healthcare organizations in order to provide them with cutting-edge systems at the best possible cost. Concepts developed by PAGEAU MOREL take into consideration operational constraints and maintenance of equipment.
As a testament of its cutting-edge expertise, PAGEAU MOREL is the only Quebec firm to boast 10 HFDP (Healthcare Facilities Design Professional) certified professionals! The HFDP certification is given by the prestigious American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) organization and demonstrates a well-rounded understanding and knowledge of medical terminology and facility operations (with examination) and maintaining this knowledge with 45 specific credits related to healthcare per reference period.