Location: 30 Bond St. Toronto ON
Project Date: March 2017
Total Square Ft: 2,000,000 +
Building Type: Healthcare, Hospital
Owner: City of Toronto , Infrastructure Ontario
Tenant: City of Toronto
Application: Structural Steel
Contego’s intumescent fire barrier was applied to exterior structural steel underneath the helicopter pad on the roof of the hospital.
For almost a century the statue of Saint Michael the Archangel has graced St. Michael’s as a symbol of hope for employees, patients and their families. The statue temporarily stands in our historic Bond Lobby. Eventually, St. Michael will have a permanent home in the Peter Gilgan Patient Care Tower following its 2017 completion. The statue is a symbol of hope and healing for all who visit. It is why St. Michael’s is affectionately known as Toronto’s Urban Angel.
With 463 acute adult inpatient beds, 6,066 staff, 1,689 nurses,2,761 babies born, 812 physicians (active/courtesy), 560 volunteers, 73,750 emergency visits annually, 30,025 surgeries (inpatient and surgical, 507,825 ambulatory visits, 330,070 diagnostic, therapeutic and other visits, 25,137 inpatient visits, 209 investigators (scientists and associate scientists), more than 2 million square feet of property, 3,977 students trained in 2015/16, and Approximately $73 million in research funding 2014-2015 St. Michael’s truly is leading the way in the Greater Toronto Area.