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South Health Campus

Foundational Pillars

Design & Construction

Construction of South Health Campus (SHC) began in August 2007 at Deerfoot Trail South and 196th Ave SE in Calgary. The first phase of South Health Campus will cost $1.3 billion. Alberta Health Services, Alberta Health and Wellness, Alberta Infrastructure and the SHC Citizen Advisory Team are working together on the project to identify capital needs and priorities, and ensure Albertans receive the very best health care facility.

Awards & Certifications

Gold Seal

The South Health Campus is the first health care project in Alberta to achieve the designation of a Gold Seal Managed Project. The Canadian Construction Association awards a Gold Seal to construction professionals in recognition of their excellence and ongoing professional development, and their years of experience and excellence.

LEED Silver

When the South Health Campus is complete, it will apply for Silver Certification in the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building program. This will make SHC the first greenfield, major tertiary health care facility in Canada to achieve this LEED designation. A greenfield site is one that has literally been built from the ground up.

Fun Facts

  • The hospital sits on 44 acres and is roughlythe same size as Chinook Centre shopping mall.
  • About 660,798m3 of dirt was removed from the site.
  • An estimated 85% of construction waste was diverted from the landfill.
  • South Health Campus has more than 3,000 doors and 30,000 light fixtures capable of lighting 1,000 average homes.