Institutional

ADI Atlantic can build any physical structure, but we experience special satisfaction when selected to complete institutional projects. These buildings provide a social purpose and help our local communities thrive.

ADI Atlantic offers a full range of construction management services for all institutions, including:

  • Government
  • Public services
  • Defence (military, police, etc.)
  • Education (primary, secondary, post-secondary schools, and research facilities)
  • Religious 
  • Medical (hospitals and other health care institutions)
  • Judicial and correctional

Our work speaks for itself. Find out how it can work for you, too. 

Related Projects

  • Upper River Valley Hospital
    Waterville, New Brunswick, Canada

    It was the largest capital building project to be undertaken in the province in recent years and had a tight development schedule of only 32 months. ADI rose... Read More

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  • Veterans Health Unit
    Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

    Built on the grounds of the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital, this 47 bed facility was designed to respond to the emerging health care needs of our veterans... Read More

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  • Chatham Hall – St. Thomas University
    Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

    We were selected based on our experience integrating design into various construction phases, and because of our track record for delivering projects on time and... Read More

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  • Orchard View Long Term Care
    Village of Gagetown, New Brunswick, Canada

    This project consisted of three main components: the main administrative and communal area by the front entry and two connecting residential units for seniors.... Read More

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  • York Care Centre
    Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

    The project consisted of the design and construction of three completely new residential units: a three-storey concrete structure (120 beds) and two-single storey... Read More

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