Medical Construction & Design

NOV-DEC 2017

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6 Medical Construction & Design | NOV EMBER / DECEMBER 2017 | MCDM AG.COM Robins & Morton, Perkins + Will, Newcomb & Boyd, Walter P Moore and guests joined together to celebrate the structural topping out of the new Destination Medical Building located at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. The new 190,347-square-foot, fi ve-story facility will provide outpatient services, infusion areas and departmental exam rooms. The project is scheduled to be completed in summer of 2018. Nationwide Children's Hospital recently celebrated the groundbreaking of the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion, a freestanding facility dedicated to children and adolescents with behavioral health conditions. The approximately 386,000-square-foot building is slated to open in 2020. The project team includes NBBJ, Architecture Plus and Turner Construction. A topping out ceremony was recently held for the Oregon Health & Science University Knight Cancer Institute Research Building in Portland. The project team includes joint venture McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. and Andersen Construction, along with SRG Partnership. The 320,000-square-foot facility will house up to 650 cancer researchers and administrators. Construction is expected to complete in July 2018. A multi-phased master plan construction project was recently completed for Covenant Hospital in Lubbock, Texas. A $34-million dietary and endoscopy infi ll project was the fi rst component. A new dietary services facility was completed between two buildings — bringing the service out of the basement and onto the fi rst fl oor. The project team included McCarthy Building Companies and HDR (dietary, endoscopy). Projects Saint Barnabas Medical Center, a fl agship facility of RWJBarnabas Health, recently unveiled a new fi ve-story, 241,000-square-foot addition to the Livingston medical center in New Jersey. The project team included Francis Cauff man and WM Blanchard Construction Company. The Cooperman Family Pavilion, with its towering glass entrance, will become the new point of entry for all patients and visitors to the medical cen- ter. The pavilion will encompass 114 new private, single-patient rooms; an expansive 56-bas- sinet neonatal intensive care unit, which is three times the size of the previous NICU; outpatient diagnostic services; a central registration area and same-day surgery suite. A new three-story parking garage has also been built to accommo- date more than 400 vehicles. The design team researched industry best practices in building a healthier hospital with a primary focus on family centered care and a healing environment. Patients, family members, community members, physicians and staff all provided their suggestions and input. The resulting expansion is a beautiful, natural light- infused building that refl ects Evidence-Based approaches to promote healing and improve care — from curb-free showers to prevent falls, to acoustical materials to lessen noise, to hybrid operating suites that allow surgeons to transfer easily from minimally inva- sive to open procedures. completed & upcoming STATS: 56-BASSINET NICU > 114 ROOMS > 241,000 FT 2 > 400-VEHICLE PARKING GARAGE IN BRIEF Cooperman: Bjorg Magnea PEDIATRIC Cooperman Family Pavilion Ushers in New Era of Family Centered Care Nationwide Children's Hospital

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