This 126-unit wood frame building is a long term care facility built for the Good Samaritan Society. It includes administration, daycare, and housing for the local community. The building is a two-storey wood and steel frame structure. Project design was developed with the client using a collaborative construction management approach with a phased start in November 2008. The owner had trouble getting their financing approved by Alberta Health which delayed the go ahead on all but foundations until Dec 2009. The delay ran the project over budget. Chandos used a collaborative budgeting strategy to complete cost savings for the client. We facilitated the pre-construction phase through budgeting, tendering, and into construction.Back to projects
The Good Samaritan Society
Stantec Consulting Ltd.