Cochrane Community Health Centre is credited with intuitive design award

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The Cochrane Community Health Centre, based in Cochrane, Canada, has this year been presented with the International TOBY award for medical office building, celebrating the facility’s innovative and intuitive design

Presented by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), the international award recognises a building’s standards, community impact, community relations, tenant relations, energy conservation, environmental, regulatory and sustainability credentials, emergency preparedness and security standards.

The Cochrane Community Health Centre – which comprises a wealth of healthcare services, including mental health support, chronic disease management, immunisation, urgent care services, and specialty clinics – also received two national TOBY awards from BOMA last year, when it won the Outstanding Building of the Year award and the Medical Office Building of the Year award.

“We couldn't be happier, it's a continuation of our love of the site," said Jim Strome, Director of Property Management at BentallGreen Oak, which manages the Cochrane property.