Montreal University Hospital Research Centre


  • Canada

Montreal University Hospital Research Centre


Project description

The Montreal University Hospital, CHUM, has developed a new research center in downtown Montréal under a PPP structure. The project’s objective is to build and maintain an ultra-modern, state-of-the-art integrated research center that is focused on innovation, non-invasive human exploration and knowledge transfer applied to health care services, populations and teaching.

The building has received LEED Gold Certification from the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).

Facts and figures: 

Project type: 

  • Social infrastructure

Originating fund: 

Meridiam North America II

Overall investment: 

C$ 586m


Accès Recherche Montréal


Fiera-Axium Infrastructure (60%), Meridiam Infrastructure and co-investors (40%)

Date of closing: 

May 2010

Current status: 

  • Operations

Date of entry into service: 

Fall 2013

Concession period: 

33 years

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