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Master Plan & Functional Programming

Set out below is a partial list of the healthcare Master Plan & Functional Programming projects MJN & Associates, LLC.


Douglas Memorial Hospital – Fort Erie, Ontario
Long Term Care Wing Functional Program

Mr. John Candelaro, Executive Director
→ 905.871.6600

MJN & Associates, LLC completed a functional program for the development of a Long Term Care Wing of this Community Hospital located in Fort Erie, Ontario.

The functional program enabled the Hospital to obtain funding from the Ministry of Health for the development of the Long Term Care Wing.


Queen Elizabeth Hospital – Toronto, Ontario
Project Consultant

Mr. Cliff Nordal, CEO
→ 519.646.6100 Ext. 64200

MJN & Associates, LLC provided project consulting for this two-site, 600 bed long-term care and rehabilitation Hospital located in Toronto. Responsibilities included project management, coordination of the information systems, consulting for the conceptual design and architecture, and implementation of the materials management functions.


Prince George Regional Hospital – Prince George, BC
Laundry Site and Building Evaluation

Mr. Michael White, Principal, Resources Planning Group Inc.
→ 604.736.6426

As a sub-consultant to the Resources Planning Group Inc., MJN & Associates, LLC provided site evaluation, equipment assessment, layout and space determination, as well as an examination of the infrastructure requirements for the laundry in the event of the redevelopment of the Hospital.

Special relationships, production requirements, and logistical impacts were assessed with regards to the Laundry and Linen Services.


Inuvik Regional Health Centre – Inuvik, NWT
Laundry Functional Program

Mr. Greg Barbour, Resources Planning Group
→ 604.736.6426

As a sub-consultant of the Resources Planning Group, MJN & Associates, LLC was responsible for the program planning, sizing, and equipping of an on-site laundry to be located in the new hospital to be constructed in Inuvik.

Special relationships, production requirements, and logistical impacts were assessed with regards to the Laundry and Linen Services in this far north Centre – including the challenges associated with water, sewage and building construction in the far north.


Women's College Hospital – Toronto, Ontario
Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit Functional Program

Ms. Elaine Smith, Executive Director

Working with a team of consultants, MJN & Associates, LLC was provided a functional program for the neo-natal intensive care unit for this leading research and teaching hospital.

The project involved working with staff and physicians to ensure that the new facility maximized the outcome potentials for premature births.


Nanaimo Regional General Hospital
Dufferin Centre – Nanaimo, B. C.

Mr. Gene Freeborn
→ 250.755.7600

Following a fire, MJN & Associates, LLC was engaged to review the space and equipment requirements for the Dufferin Centre laundry, and to recommend equipment and systems for its replacement.

The project involved the review of laundry volumes, textile processing requirements, and ergonomic factors for the Laundry.


Snow White Hospital Laundry – Sydney, Nova Scotia
J. R. Ridi Enterprises Ltd. – Private Sector Laundry Planning

Mr. J. R. Ridi, President
→ 902.564.8111

MJN & Associates, LLC provided assistance to this private sector laundry in the preparation of tender documents for the establishment of a Regional Laundry to service the new Cape Breton Regional Hospital.

The project involved the development of a laundry system, site layout, and equipment and infrastructure requirements for the level of Laundry and Linen Service needed for the community of Sydney’s multi-facility healthcare providers.


Kiwanis Care Homes Ltd. – North Vancouver, BC
Laundry Cost-Benefit Analysis

Mr. Mac Chappel, Executive Director
→ 604.984.9166

MJN & Associates, LLC developed a cost-benefit analysis for the provision of a laundry in a new facility being built by the Kiwanis organization in North Vancouver.
Various options and alternatives were examined. The final report set out recommendations for textiles, equipment, site layout, staffing, and procedures for the new laundry.


Central City Lodge and Cooper Place – Vancouver, BC
Laundry Cost-Benefit Analysis

Mr. Alex Reibin, Executive Director
→ 604.681.9111

MJN & Associates, LLC developed a cost-benefit analysis for the provision of laundry services to the newly amalgamated facilities of Cooper Place and Central City Lodge in metropolitan Vancouver.

Various options and alternatives were examined. The final report set out the recommendations for textiles, equipment, site layout, staffing, and procedures for the new laundry.


Mistahia Health Region – Grande Prairie, Alberta
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital

Ms. Lacey Jacobson, Service Leader, Laundry & CSR
→ 780.538.7329

MJN & Associates, LLC was commissioned for an engineering and ergonomic assessment of the laundry at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Laundry. MJN & Associates, LLC provided a project leader, a functional specialist, and an ergonomist to review the laundry, assess injury rates, and recommend equipment modifications and changes.

The management group of the Mistahia Health Region endorsed the report and the recommendations were addressed.


Okanagan - Similkameen Health Region, BC
Laundry Cost-Benefit Analysis

Mr. Dean Gemmell, Regional Laundry Manager
→ 250.492.4000

MJN & Associates, LLC developed a cost benefit analysis for the provision of laundry services for the Okanagan -Similkameen Health Region. The report assessed various options, including regional plant locations, staffing considerations, and equipment costing.

Senior management for the health region is currently enacting the report recommendations.


Cariboo Memorial Hospital, BC
Laundry Development Plan

Mr. Bill Klassen, Chief Engineer
→ 250.392.8257

MJN & Associates, LLC developed a plan for required changes in equipment, site layout, location, and workflow for the laundry department of the Cariboo Memorial Hospital.

The report included schematic designs, operating cost estimates, and capital equipment budgets.

   
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