Calgary Cancer Centre Calgary, AB

Canem delivers healthcare projects of all sizes and complexities, from new construction, expansions, and renovation projects for acute care, to research and laboratory spaces. We are proud to have played a role in the construction of some of Canada’s most technologically advanced buildings.

Scheduled to be complete in 2023, the Calgary Cancer Centre will be the largest standalone comprehensive cancer centre in Canada. Canem’s wealth of experience working on regional acute healthcare facilities, was instrumental to our project understanding, in particular for the complex hospital technology systems integration. Extensive user group engagement, including the Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC), comprised of past Tom Baker cancer patients and family members, helped shape the design and technology for the project.

The importance of early interdisciplinary engagement for key areas in the facility to mitigate construction challenges was crucial. An example is congested corridor ceilings in areas requiring density of mechanical services, including laboratories. Interoperability and system integration was a key component for this project for not only the patient experience but also to achieve the aggressive energy targets set out for the LEED Silver project.


Calgary Cancer Centre

Canem had approximately 1,458,224 field hours and 273,932 office and supervision hours at the Calgary Cancer Centre.