Montgomery Sisam Architects to Design New Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent

We are thrilled to announce that Montgomery Sisam Architects has been awarded the contract to design and build the new Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent (CTC-CK) in southwestern Ontario. The CTC-CK currently occupies a 24,000-square-foot facility, one of 21 Ministry-funded providers of rehabilitation services for children and youth in the province and offers a wide range of services for families and children with physical, developmental, and/or communication needs.

The project will see a new 55,000-square-foot building constructed to replace the existing facilities, to be located on a 6-acre greenfield site on McNaughton Avenue West. The new CTC-CK will expand the services offered and provide new and improved spaces for programming, including larger recreational facilities, both indoor and outdoor; supportive spaces for specialized therapy programs; flexible spaces and infrastructure that will adapt to new and emerging technologies; more collaborative environments for staff to facilitate clinical care; and the integration of universally accessible design and proper infection prevention and control measures throughout. Through this project, the CTC-CK will improve the quality, quantity, and outreach of its programming, helping to further strengthen its connections and partnerships with the children, youth, and families of the local community.

Montgomery Sisam is excited to begin collaborating with CTC-CK and our strong consultant team, leveraging our extensive experience in childcare design to bring this bold and transformative project to life.