The major redevelopment of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health on Queen Street West began in early 2010 by breaking ground on four new buildings: the Intergenerational Wellness Centre, the Bell Gateway Building, the Utilities and Parking Building and the non-CAMH Ossington-Queen Street Rental Apartments. Thanks to Forum member rdaner for providing us with the latest shots of this massive project!

Intergenerational Wellness Centre, image by rdaner

Bell Gateway Building, image by rdaner

Bell Gateway Building and Utilities & Parking Building, image by rdaner

Bell Gateway Building, image by rdaner

Utilities and Parking Building, image by rdaner

CAMH's redevelopment is intended to improve service delivery and reduce the stigma associated with addictions and other mental health issues.

Related Companies:  CAMH, DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, Eastern Construction, entro, GFL Environmental Inc., Janet Rosenberg + Studio, Kearns Mancini Architects, KPMB Architects, LiveRoof Ontario Inc, Montgomery Sisam Architects, PCL, PCL Constructors, Stantec, urbanMetrics inc.