In the midst of a global pandemic, the Verdun Hospital needed additional temporary space to receive more patients at their establishment.
- Installing the tent within 15 days, including preparatory management and configuration work while respecting the various safety standards prescribed by the building code and the CNESST.
- Allow integration of running water, sewage systems, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, sanitary block and electrical management of more than 10,000 amps.
- The technical specifications of the tent had to be certified by an engineer for wind loads of up to 140 km / h.
- Although the installation was temporary, it had to be able to remain in place for several months.
The collaboration of a dedicated and hardworking team mixed with the flexibility of Grandchamp structures are a large part of the reason why this was such a success.