Yesterday, downtown Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and its charitable foundation held an official groundbreaking ceremony for their new 22-storey Patient Support Centre (PSC). The ceremony follows eight months of demolition. The site for the PSC was formerly occupied…
Once complete in 2022 it will be the first Net Zero Carbon archival centre in the Americas.
The new preservation centre will be the first “net-zero carbon” facility dedicated to archival preservation in the Americas.
B+H Architects’ proposed design for the new 22-storey Patient Support Centre (PSC) located on The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) campus in Toronto will comply with Toronto’s Tier 2 Building Standards.
The project involves constructing an eight-story patient care tower and three-story connection, as well as renovations to the existing hospital.