We are very happy to announce that Epsylon has just obtained the contract for the construction of the second phase of the University of Montreal hospital center (CHUM)!
We are given the mandate for the development of the envelope of buildings B2 to B4 for this second phase of the CHUM, which will be built on 17 floors and will feature more than 200 000 ft2 of curtain walls and architectural aluminum panels.
We are proud to collaborate with Pomerleau to the construction of this imposing hospital center, an anchor point of the new Health District in Montreal.
Epsylon was proud to have been selected for the construction of the external prefabricated curtain wall envelope of high thermal performance for the new Research Centre of the Montreal University Hospital Centre (CRCHUM). Epsylon was chosen for its expertise in the design and engineering of performing curtain walls that possess upscale features in terms of acoustics and thermal performances. The project consisted in the conception, construction, and maintenance of the new 69,000 sq. m. research centre.
The CRCHUM has obtained the LEED Gold certification.
Epsylon took part to the construction of the Ste. Justine Hospital with the conception, manufacturing, and installation of curtain walls.
“Concerned about education and health-related causes, it is a privilege for us to be involved in a project where the development of knowledge is in the spotlight.” When it began its activities, Epsylon could only rejoice at the scale that took its order book by entering the imminent completion of the envelope of the “Cité du Savoir” in Laval. This $51 million pavilion, affiliated with the University of Montreal, rises over 6 floors spread over a total area of 20,500 sq. m. The mandate of Epsylon was to build the building’s exterior envelope on an area of 59,500 sq. ft. using high-performance prefabricated and conventional curtain walls, as well as prefabricated aluminum panels.