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CAMH Queen Street redevelopment project
DEVELOPER Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
ARCHITECT C3 Community Care Consortium
LANDSCAPE Janet Roseberg & Associates
GEN. CONTRACTOR Eastern Construction
The first phase of CAMH's Queen Street redevelopment project is a microcosm of the dramatic transformations to come as CAMH redevelops its 27-acre institutional campus into a mixed-use urban village. This first phase includes one outpatient building and three new 'Alternative Milieu' inpatient units, each with 24 beds. These new buildings, as well as the future public park and streetscape introduce a home-like community orientation to an otherwise monolithic institutional campus. Each building has a unique street address and a private courtyard, framed by the repaired perimeter wall of the original asylum on these grounds. Large windows flood the buildings with light, while the small floor plates provide privacy and sensitivity to the needs of the individual patient — qualities that are often lost in large institutional health care facilities. The C3 Consortium consists of: Montgomery Sisam Architects, KPMB Architects and Kearns Mancini Architects.