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The following is a list of buildings to be constructed at medical schools and hospitals nationwide. This list may not be comprehensive. If you have a news item to share on "New Buildings," please send it to Shawn Rosen-Holtzman at srosenholtzman@aamc.org. To contact a member of the GIP at one of these institutions below, please visit the Group on Institutional Planning Directory.

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Institution Type of Building Size Cost Notes
Hackensack Meridian Health Pavilion 530,000-gsf $714 million Hackensack Meridian Health is constructing the $714 million Helena Theurer Pavilion at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. Designed by RSC Architects and EYP Architecture & Engineering, the nine-story, 530,000-gsf facility will accommodate 150 medical/surgical beds in private rooms, 24 technology-rich operating rooms, and a 50-bed orthopedic center. Stantec is the project manager and owner's representative for the 438,000-asf project, which is being built by a joint venture of W.M. Blanchard and Turner Construction. Ground was broken on the pavilion in September of 2019 and occupancy is expected in 2022. 8/2020
University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine 135,000-gsf $155 million The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is planning to begin construction in spring of 2021 on the first permanent building for the School of Medicine. Strategically sited in the Las Vegas Medical District, the 135,000-gsf facility will be developed by Nevada Health and Bioscience Asset Corporation through a public-private partnership. The project is funded by $155 million in philanthropic contributions. Designed by TSK Architects to support a class size of 120 students, the flexible structure will be constructed to easily adapt to a class size of 180 students to accommodate future growth. The facility will include clinical skills training labs, simulation suites, anatomy and physiology labs, administrative offices, a forum, a café, a student lounge, and a learning resource center. Classrooms of various sizes will provide opportunities for problem-based learning as part UNLV's forward-thinking curriculum. Completion is expected by fall of 2022. 7/2020
Howard University and Adventist HealthCare Academic Teaching Hospital 600,000-sf $450 million Howard University is partnering with Adventist HealthCare to create a $450 million academic teaching hospital in Washington, D.C. Featuring a Level I trauma center, the 600,000-sf, 225-bed complex will offer state-of-the-art facilities for patient care and medical education. An adjacent building housing clinical offices will also be constructed. Completion is expected in 2025 or 2026. Replacing the existing Howard University Hospital, the project is part of a strategic master plan for the long-term transformation of the central campus and its integration with the surrounding neighborhoods. 7/2020
UC Davis Health Eye Institute 58,000-sf N/A UC Davis Health, the academic medical center of the University of California, Davis, broke ground in late June of 2020 on the Ernest T. Tschannen Eye Institute. Located on the Sacramento campus, the 58,000-sf building will provide exceptional facilities for research, education, and patient care. The project, which is being constructed as an addition to the Ellison Ambulatory Care Center, includes the renovation of 17,500 sf of clinical space on the first floor of the existing structure. Occupancy is expected in 2022. 7/2020
University of Nebraska Medical Center Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation 220,078-sf $86 million The University of Nebraska Medical Center is renovating the Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation in Omaha. Designed by Altus Architectural Studio, the $86 million project includes the redevelopment of an existing structure to create an integrated 220,078-sf facility for the treatment of patients with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Doubling the current size of the institute, the building will house the interdisciplinary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, the Warren G. Sanger Conference Center, and the Caring for Champions Program, which supports Special Olympics athletes with vision, dental, and weight-management services. Featuring an accessible and family-centric floor plan, the facility will include an aquatic center, indoor and outdoor playgrounds, and a model apartment where occupational therapists can work with patients on the development of practical skills. Ground was broken on the project in August of 2019 and occupancy is expected in early 2021. 6/2020
LSU Health Shreveport Center for Medical Education and Wellness 187,000-sf $60 million  LSU Health Shreveport is planning to build the $60 million Center for Medical Education and Wellness. Featuring spacious classrooms that can accommodate up to 250 students, the 187,000-sf facility will enable Louisiana State University to increase its medical school class size to 200 by 2023 to address a statewide shortage of physicians. Designed by Prevot Design, the five-story structure will include technology-rich simulation suites, a state-of-the-art clinical skills center, training labs, small group study rooms, a wellness center, a multipurpose auditorium, and offices for faculty and staff. The top two floors will initially provide shell space that can be built out at a later date. LSU Health held a ceremonial groundbreaking for the project in October of 2019 and construction is expected to begin by fall of 2020. 4/2020
The University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Immune Transplant and Therapy Center 355,000-sf $250 million The University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center are building the Immune Transplant and Therapy Center in Bloomfield. Developed in partnership with Wexford Science & Technology, the $250 million project involves the transformation of a former Ford assembly plant and showroom into an eight-story innovation hub accommodating research on immunotherapy, cancer, chronic diseases, aging, and transplantation. Designed by ZGF Architects, the center will provide flexible research labs, offices, collaboration spaces, a 250-seat auditorium, and a multipurpose atrium. The existing 205,000-sf structure, which is undergoing a complete renovation, will be expanded with the construction of a 150,000-sf laboratory tower and a 325-car parking garage. The 355,000-sf complex will include 108,000 sf of leasable space. Occupancy is expected in fall of 2021. 3/2020
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and RWJBarnabas Health Cancer Pavilion 12-story, 510,000-sf $750 million Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and RWJBarnabas Health are planning to break ground in fall of 2020 on the $750 million Cancer Pavilion in New Brunswick. Created in partnership with the New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO), the 12-story, 510,000-sf structure will enable the consolidation of key cancer services in a single integrated location. Collocating research and clinical functions, the translational facility will provide an outpatient area with 84 infusion bays, 74 exams rooms, a diagnostic imaging suite, core labs, an urgent care center, a pharmacy, and an advanced radiology center with four linear accelerators. Inpatient amenities will include 96 beds on three floors, a dedicated floor for surgeries and procedures, and a central sterile processing area. The pavilion will also accommodate wet labs and support spaces for 10 research teams, as well as faculty and clinical trial offices. HOK is the architect for the project, which is slated for completion in late 2023. 2/2020
Emory University Hospital Research and Clinical 17-story, 450,000-sf $475 million Emory University Hospital is constructing the $475 million Winship at Midtown in Atlanta. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in collaboration with May Architecture + Interiors, the 17-story, 450,000-sf facility will provide the Winship Cancer Institute with integrated research and clinical spaces for the delivery of innovative personalized therapies. The hospital will offer 64 inpatient beds, 26 observation beds, six operating rooms for both inpatient and outpatient procedures, infusion rooms, linear accelerators, state-of-the art imaging modalities, and areas for wellness and rehabilitation. Featuring extensive access to daylight and views, the facility will put patients at the center of specialized care communities, bringing all the necessary doctors, staff, and services to their location without the need for patient relocation. LEED Silver sustainable design certification will be sought for the structure, which will leverage chilled beams, a high-performance glass façade, and a mechanical system with sophisticated recovery technologies to achieve a 40 percent energy reduction as compared to the annual average of other Atlanta hospitals. The project team includes medical planner and programmer MPR International, elevator consultant Lerch Bates, and engineering consultants Newcomb & Boyd and Kimley-Horn. Completion is expected in 2023. 1/2020
Yale New Haven Hospital Neuroscience Center 505,000-sf $838 million Yale New Haven Hospital is planning to build an $838 million neuroscience center on its Saint Raphael campus in New Haven, Conn. Integrating research, patient care, and medical education, the 505,000-sf complex will include two patient facilities offering 204 beds, as well as translational laboratories for the creation of innovative therapies for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and strokes. An underground parking garage accommodating 200 vehicles will also be constructed. The project, which is being designed by Shepley Bulfinch, will enable Yale New Haven Hospital to rebalance operations between its two campuses. Occupancy is expected in 2024. 1/2020
Emory Healthcare  Musculoskeletal Institute 180,000-sf $1 billion  Emory Musculoskeletal Institute in Brookhaven, Ga. Part of the $1 billion Executive Park development, the facility will provide comprehensive orthopaedic services including spine care, physical therapy, imaging, and ambulatory surgery. The building will also include support space for clinical and discovery research. Designed to attain LEED sustainable design certification, the structure will feature smart energy management technologies, strategic lighting to reduce light pollution, and an onsite water management system with bioswales and retention ponds. Ground was broken on the project in October of 2019 and completion is expected in mid-2021. 1/2020
Michigan State University and Health Innovation Partners Medical Innovation Building 205,000-sf $85 million  Michigan State University broke ground on the $85 million Doug Meijer Innovation Building in Grand Rapids in November of 2019. Designed by SmithGroup, the 205,000-sf facility will house multiple tenants including Spectrum Health, BAMF Health, and MSU's College of Human Medicine. The collaborative six-story building will enable the discovery and commercialization of new medical devices, artificial intelligence technologies, and treatments for cancer and dementia. The joint-venture project is being delivered as a public-private partnership with Health Innovation Partners, a consortium including Walsh Construction, Rockford Construction, and Murphy Development Group. Occupancy is expected in late 2021. 12/2019
Stanford Health Care Hospital 824,000-sf $2 million Stanford Health Care opened the $2 million Stanford Hospital in November of 2019 in Palo Alto, Calif. Designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects with Perkins Eastman as medical planner, the seven-story, 824,000-sf facility provides leading-edge surgical suites, an emergency department, a Level 1 trauma center, advanced imaging labs, and 368 private inpatient rooms. The hospital utilizes a universal module of 120' x 120' to accommodate future interdisciplinary innovations in clinical care, education, and research. LEED Silver sustainable design certification will be sought for the project, which features a three-story central atrium, five healing gardens, a green roof, and extensive exterior glazing. The structure was built on an isolated base in order to meet California's rigorous seismic safety standards. Joint venture contractors Clark Construction and McCarthy broke ground on the project in May of 2013. 11/2019
Mayo Clinic Oncology Facility 140,000-sf $233 million Mayo Clinic is planning to build a $233 million integrated oncology facility in Jacksonville, Fla. Supporting the company's Proton Beam Therapy Program, the 140,000-sf building will feature a two-gantry proton radiotherapy system which can provide precision dosing with minimal toxicity to healthy tissue. The center will offer a full spectrum of cancer treatment options, including chemotherapy, immunotherapy, CAR-T cell therapy, gamma knife radiosurgery, and traditional radiotherapy. Completion is expected in late 2023. 10/2019
Mayo Clinic Discovery and Innovation Building  75,000-sf $32.4 million  Mayo Clinic opened the  $32.4 million Discovery and Innovation Building in late August of 2019 in Jacksonville, Fla. Developed in collaboration with Lung Biotechnology PBC, a subsidiary of United Therapeutics Corporation, the 75,000-sf facility features three ex-vivo lung perfusion (EVLP) suites to test and prepare lungs for transplantation. The three-story building also includes collaborative biomedical research space, an automated stem cell manufacturing hub, and a life science incubator with wet labs and co-working space. Construction began in late 2017 on the project, which is sited on land owned by Mayo Clinic. The center is operated by Lung Biotechnology PBC, who also built and equipped the facility. The project team included general contractor Whiting-Turner and owner's representative Facility Logix. 10/2019
Hackensack Meridian Health Pavilion 530,000-gsf   Hackensack Meridian Health will break ground in August of 2019 on a 530,000-gsf pavilion at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. Providing 438,000 assignable square feet, the technology-rich facility will feature three floors of private inpatient rooms, a 50-bed intensive care unit, and 24 operating rooms, including an intraoperative MRI. Offering 100 medical-surgical beds, the patient-centric pavilion will house a 50-bed orthopedic institute and a new sterile processing department and a 50-bed orthopedic institute. The project team includes RSC Architects and EYP Architecture & Engineering with Stantec as project manager and owner's representative. A joint venture of W.M. Blanchard and Turner Construction will provide construction management services. Occupancy is expected in 2022. 8/2019
University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine School of Medicine     The UNLV School of Medicine's future home is part of a citywide effort to create a state-of-the-art Las Vegas Medical District. The 214-acre medical district is located just North of the city center — West Charleston Boulevard and the 1-15 corridor. The medical school will be located on nine acres, near two major hospitals — the University Medical Center, is a major teaching hospital with the only Level 1 trauma center in Nevada, and Valley Hospital. Also nearby is the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. 7/2019
Creighton University  Health Sciences Campus 180,000-sf $100 million Creighton University began construction in July of 2019 on a $100 million health sciences campus in midtown Phoenix. Located at Park Central, the 180,000-sf facility will accommodate programs in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistance, emergency services, and occupational and physical therapy. The project team includes architect Butler Design Group, general contractor Okland Construction, and developer Plaza Companies. RDG Planning & Design is providing conceptual planning and tenant design and improvement services. The first phase of construction is slated for completion in spring of 2021. A second building may be constructed at the site in the future. 7/2019
Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic Health Education Campus     In summer 2019, Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic opened the Health Education Campus to bring medical, nursing, dental medicine and physician assistant students together to learn with—and from—each other. The Health Education Campus comprises two buildings, the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion and the Dental Clinic. The Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion, the campus’s centerpiece 477,000-square-foot facility, features a central atrium where students can gather, study and eat together, an innovation laboratory, academic classrooms and much more. 7/2019
The University of Washington School of Medicine Health Sciences Education Center     The University of Washington School of Medicine is expanding and modernizing many facilities including a new Health Sciences Education Center that includes classrooms, simulation and anatomy for interprofessional learning, a new Population Health Building, a new regional teaching facility, and a recently completed large active learning classroom renovation. The new Health Sciences Education Center will connect with regional programs in the 5 state WWAMI region (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho). 7/2019
The University of Utah Health Sciences campus  School of Medicine, Interdisciplinary Discovery Program, and Global Health Center     Key components of the University of Utah Health Sciences project include -Interdisciplinary education space; advanced simulation and prototyping; learning studios or “flipped” classrooms; student support spaces including lounges, group & individual study space, family & wellness spaces; gross anatomy; large, interactive auditorium to connect with global partners; unique food service delivery, such as a ‘food hall’ concept. 7/2019
Texas A&M University / Texas A&M University College of Medicine Medical Research and Education 155,077-sf  $104 million Texas A&M University opened the $104 million Medical Research and Education Building II (MREB II) in June of 2019 in Bryan, Texas. Designed by Flad Architects and OMNIPLAN, the 155,077-sf project comprises a 48,200-sf vertical expansion to the existing Medical Research and Education Building (MREB I) and a 122,800-sf addition, enabling the College of Medicine's basic science departments to be collocated in a single campus. The collaborative facility offers 48 research typology labs, 36 procedure rooms, 28 tissue culture rooms, six drosophila rooms, six imaging cores, one MRI room, and suites for confocal and scanning probe microscopy. The building also houses a multidisciplinary lab able to accommodate 240 students, a vivarium, and a BSL-3 biocontainment lab. Featuring extensive external glazing for access to natural light and views, the highly adaptive facility incorporates reconfigurable spaces with movable casework, flexible partitions, and mobile workstations. 7/2019
University of California, San Francisco Cancer Medicine Building  170,000-sf  $275 million  The University of California, San Francisco opened the $275 million Precision Cancer Medicine Building (PCMB) in June of 2019. Located on UCSF's Mission Bay campus, the six-story facility consolidates outpatient services in a 170,000-sf structure with integrated cancer research labs, 63,000 sf of clinical space, 45 infusion bays, two accelerator vaults, and sophisticated imaging and diagnostic suites. Part of the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, the PCMB offers advanced treatments for adult patients including immunotherapy, genetic counseling, molecular profiling of tumors, and access to clinical trials. Stantec was the architect for the design-build project, which was built by construction manager Rudolph and Sletten. Ground was broken in April of 2017 on the facility, which has attained LEED v4 Gold sustainable design certification. 7/2019
Drexel University and Tower Health (Drexel University College of Medicine at Tower Health) College of Medicine - Regional Campus 150,000-sf  N/A Drexel University and Tower Health broke ground in June of 2019 on the 150,000-sf Drexel University College of Medicine at Tower Health in Wyomissing, Pa. The four-year regional campus will offer advanced simulation training suites, traditional classrooms, flexible learning environments, lecture halls, anatomy labs, and an information commons. Designed by The S/L/A/M Collaborative, the facility will support optimal student health and wellbeing with a fitness center, indoor and outdoor recreation areas, lounges, a game room, and a café. When fully operational, the campus will have capacity to educate and train 200 medical students. The project team includes developer Equus Capital Partners and general contractor LF Driscoll. Completion is expected in April of 2021. 6/2019
Northwestern University/Feinberg School of Medicine Biomedical Research Center 625,000-sf  $560 million Northwestern University opened the $560 million Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center in Chicago in June of 2019. Designed by Perkins+Will, the 12-story, 625,000-sf facility provides the Feinberg School of Medicine with integrated laboratory neighborhoods for the study of cancer, heart disease, and neurodegenerative disorders. Featuring interconnected floors with two-story collaboration spaces to encourage scientific interactions, the building houses faculty and administrative offices, core instrumentation suites, and labs for biomedical engineering, developmental biology, human molecular genetics, immunology, and regenerative medicine. The facility also houses the Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute, a 160-seat auditorium, an atrium, a conference center, a gallery, and a student commons. LEED Gold sustainable design certification is being sought for the project, which is illuminated by abundant natural light and topped by a blue roof that can retain up to six inches of storm water for up to 48 hours. Construction on the building began in August of 2015. A planned second phase of construction includes the vertical expansion of the structure by up to 16 floors. 6/2019
Hackensack Meridian Health Translational Research Facility  250,000-sf  $65 million Hackensack Meridian Health opened the Center for Discovery and Innovation in May of 2019 in Nutley, N.J. Located on the ON3 campus adjacent to Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University, the 250,000-sf translational research facility will accelerate the creation of innovative therapeutics for the treatment of cancer, diabetes, dementia, antibiotic-resistant infections, and autoimmune disorders. The center houses the Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the Institute for Multiple Myeloma, and the Institute for Cancer and Infectious Disease. The $65 million project included the renovation of an existing structure formerly occupied by Hoffman-La Roche to provide integrated research and clinical facilities, including sophisticated instrumentation suites for cell sorting, biocontainment, and the molecular assessment of pharmaceuticals. The Center for Discovery and Innovation features advanced imaging technologies including a $1.3 million MALDI (matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization) mass spectrometer. 6/2019
Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic Health Futures Center 150,000-sf $80 million Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic broke ground on the $80 million Health Futures Center in Phoenix in April of 2019. Designed by CO Architects and DFDG Architecture, the 150,000-sf facility will feature a med-tech innovation accelerator, biomedical engineering and informatics research labs, and an innovative education zone. Accommodating programs for the College of Health Solutions, the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, and the Fulton Schools of Engineering, the collaborative building will be owned and operated by the university with a desert pathway providing a scenic connection to Mayo Clinic’s adjacent hospital facility. The general contractor for the project is DPR Construction. Completion is expected in late 2020. 5/2019
Banner – University Medical Center Tucson Patient Tower 670,000-sf $446 million Banner – University Medical Center Tucson opened a $446 million patient tower in April of 2019. Creating a new main entry for the hospital, the nine-story, 670,000-sf facility provides 228 private patient rooms, diagnostic imaging and cardiac catheterization labs, interventional radiology suites, 20 operating rooms, and a cafeteria. The project team included architect Shepley Bulfinch, engineering consultants AEI and GLHN Architects & Engineers, and joint venture contractor Sundt DPR. Ground was broken on the facility in May of 2016. 4/2019
Inova Health System Cancer Institute 342,000-sf $120 million Inova Health System will open the 342,000-sf Schar Cancer Institute in May of 2019 in Fairfax, Va. Designed by Wilmot Sanz to provide comprehensive cancer care services in a single location, the patient-centric facility offers 124 exam rooms, 54 infusion chairs, diagnostic suites, advanced radiation therapy modalities, and a genetic counseling clinic. The facility is located on Inova's Center for Personalized Health campus and was built by Clark Construction at a contract value of $120 million. The project included the construction of a new entry pavilion and a 78,000-sf addition to accommodate five linear accelerator vaults, imaging and nuclear medical suites, and a breast cancer clinic. A total of 264,000 sf of existing space was renovated to house the Cancer Institute, additional medical offices, clinical research space, and a pharmacy. 4/2019
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Academic Classroom Building  51,000-sf $22.3 million Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center opened the $22.3 million Academic Classroom Building in Odessa in February of 2019. Designed to promote active learning, the two-story, 51,000-sf facility provides studio classrooms, lecture halls, physical and occupational therapy training labs, research labs, and departmental offices for the schools of medicine, nursing, and health professions. Offering sophisticated distance learning technologies, the interdisciplinary building includes a shared education and conference venue with movable walls to support collaboration with Medical Center Hospital. FKP, now part of CannonDesign, provided architecture, programming, lab planning, and interior design services for the project, which was constructed in only 500 days. 3/2019
VCU Health and Children’s Hospital of Richmond Inpatient Pediatric Hospital 500,000-sf $350 million VCU Health and Children’s Hospital of Richmond will begin construction in spring of 2019 on a $350 million inpatient pediatric hospital in Richmond, Va. Representing the completion of the Children's Pavilion, the 16-story, 500,000-sf facility will provide 86 beds in private rooms with the capacity to expand to over 120 beds in the future. The hospital will also accommodate six observation beds, a hybrid operating room, two general operating rooms, education spaces, and family rooms. The project team includes HKS Architects, DPR Construction, and program manager JLL. Substantial completion is expected in late 2022. 3/2019
McLaren Health Care Medical Campus N/A $450 million McLaren Health Care broke ground in December of 2018 on a $450 million medical campus in Lansing, Mich. Located in Michigan State University's Corporate Research Park, the project will include a 240-bed acute care hospital, a cancer center, and a medical services building. Designed to promote academic collaboration, the campus will also offer facilities for research, education, and training. The project team for the acute care hospital includes architectural firms Harley Ellis Devereaux and Gresham Smith with Barton Malow/Christman as joint venture construction manager. 1/2019
Stanford University Academic Medicine 170,000-gsf N/A Stanford University is building the Center for Academic Medicine in Palo Alto, Calif. Designed by HOK, the four-story, 170,000-gsf facility will provide consolidated administrative space for clinical faculty, computational researchers, and departmental leadership. The collaborative project will include a conference center, a café, a fitness center, and a three-story, 830-space underground parking structure. Occupancy is expected in fall of 2020. 1/2019 
Siteman Cancer Center (affiliate of Washington University School of Medicine) Cancer Center 39,0000-sf  $38 million  Siteman Cancer Center began construction in December of 2018 on a $38 million facility in Shiloh, Ill. The 39,0000-sf project will provide multidisciplinary patient care services including radiation oncology, medical oncology, imaging, pharmacy, and access to therapeutic clinical trials. Located on the campus of Memorial Hospital East, the facility will be housed in a three-story, 70,000-sf structure that will also accommodate an expansion of primary care and women’s health practices. Occupancy is expected in early 2020. Siteman Cancer Center is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the region and is an affiliate of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. 1/2019
Children's National Health System Research and Innovation 333,000-sf N/A Children's National Health System broke ground in late November of 2018 on the Research and Innovation Campus in Washington. The project includes the renovation of four existing buildings located on 12 acres on the former Walter Reed Medical Center Campus. A 333,000-sf research and innovation facility will provide 158,000 sf of laboratory space for the study of pediatric genomics and precision medicine. The project will include a business incubator and 175,000 of shell space to accommodate future growth. Completion is expected in 2020. A comprehensive outpatient care center will offer adolescent and pediatric primary care as well as housing the Rare Disease Institute. Other buildings will include a 300-seat conference venue and a 960-space parking garage. The project team includes Elkus Manfredi Architects, Array Architects, MEP/FP engineer BR+A, and Suffolk Construction. 12/2018 
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Clinical Vector Core 15,000-sf $75 million Children's Hospital of Philadelphia completed construction of the $75 million Clinical Vector Core in November of 2018. Located on the basement level of the Colket Translational Research Building, the project provides laboratories, offices, four production suites, and cleanrooms for the manufacture of gene therapy agents for clinical trials. The 15,000-sf facility features robust environmental controls and was built at a cost of $44 million. The Clinical Vector Core is part of the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Cellular and Molecular Therapeutics and will accommodate approximately 30 researchers. 12/2018 
Stony Brook University and Stony Brook Medicine Medical Research and Treatment Complex 250,000-sf  $423 million  Stony Brook University and Stony Brook Medicine opened a $423 million medical research and treatment complex in November of 2018 in Stony Brook, N.Y. The 475,000-sf project included construction of the $193 million Medical and Research Translation (MART) building, an eight-story, 250,000-sf facility providing wet labs for the study of cancer biology, dry labs for biomedical informatics and statistical research, and a conference center with a 300-seat auditorium. The building is sited adjacent to the ten-story, 225,000-sf Hospital Pavilion which houses a cancer center, clinical infusion stations, an expanded imaging department, a children's hospital, a procedure suite, and inpatient rooms. The project team included architects Pelli Clark Pelli and AECOM, general contractor and construction manager E.W. Howell, and project manager LiRo Group. Sotawall provided the glass curtainwall system. Ground was broken on the project in November of 2013. 11/2018
University of Central Florida/Hopital Corporation of America Teaching Hospital 204,000-sf $175 million Hospital Corporation of America broke ground in October of 2018 on the $175 million UCF Lake Nona Medical Center in Orlando. Created in partnership with the University of Central Florida, the three-story, 204,000-sf teaching hospital will be built on 25 acres owned by the university in the Lake Nona Medical City development. The project is sited adjacent to the UCF College of Medicine and will act as the cornerstone for the school's new Academic Health Sciences Center. Occupancy is expected in late 2020. 11/2018 
University of Maryland School of Medicine Health Sciences Facility  435,000-sf  $305 million The University of Maryland School of Medicine opened the $305 million Health Sciences Facility III in Baltimore in October of 2018. Designed by HOK and Design Collective, the 11-story, 435,000-sf building provides wet and dry labs for biomedical research, an imaging suite, offices, collaboration spaces, and conference and seminar rooms. Accommodating 400 faculty and staff members, the facility houses over 15 research teams engaged in the study of oncology, cardiology, neurology, genomics, and regenerative medicine. A glass atrium connects a 12-story wet lab tower to a five-story dry lab tower via bridges, with flanking informal meeting areas offering connectivity with the neighboring schools of medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy. LEED-NC Gold sustainable design certification will be sought for facility, which broke ground in September of 2013. The project team included laboratory design consultant Jacobs and construction manager Barton Malow Company. 11/2018
Mayo Clinic Medical Facility 1.4 million square feet added to the existing 1.7 million-sf campus $648 million Mayo Clinic is planning a $648 million expansion of its Phoenix medical facilities. The Arizona Forward Project will add 1.4 million square feet to the existing 1.7 million-sf campus, increasing the number of inpatient beds from 280 to 374. A six-story patient tower will be constructed offering an outpatient surgery center, clinical offices, inpatient rooms, and rehabilitation space. The emergency department will be housed in a new three-story structure that will also accommodate laboratory medicine, radiology, and pharmacy. A central plant building, a 1,600-space staff parking garage, and a 1,000-space underground patient parking garage will also be constructed. Four stories will be added to the existing three-story Mayo Clinic Building. The project will be delivered in phases, with facilities opening between June of 2020 and April of 2023. 10/2018
Johns Hopkins Medicine Children's Education and Research 225,000-sf $95 million Johns Hopkins Medicine opened the $95 million All Children's Education and Research Facility in September of 2018 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Designed by HDR, the 225,000-sf project provides advanced simulation training suites, research labs, instructional spaces, administrative offices, a biorepository, and a 400-seat auditorium. Featuring forum-style staircases to promote interaction, the building houses the Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute, the Heart Institute, the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences, and the Maternal, Fetal and Neonatal Institute. A collaborative core runs horizontally and vertically through the building, with each floor offering a unique combination of working and educational environments. Critical mechanical systems are located on the second level to ensure continued operations in the event of a major storm. The sustainably designed facility was built by Skanska USA Building at a cost of $63 million, with construction commencing in March of 2016. The project manager was CBRE. 10/2018 
Oregon Health & Science University Cancer Institute 320,000-sf $190 million Oregon Health & Science University opened the $190 Knight Cancer Institute in September of 2018 on the South Waterfront Campus in Portland. Designed by SRG Partnership to foster multidisciplinary collaboration, the seven-story, 320,000-sf facility provides biomedical laboratories, administrative offices, interaction hubs, core labs, a 200-seat auditorium, and space for clinical trials. Featuring an integrated balance of wet and dry research spaces, the building accommodates programs in computational biology, early cancer detection, and immuno-oncology. The project team, which included McCarthy Building Companies and Andersen Construction, used an Integrated Project Delivery process to optimize budget, timeline, and resource efficiencies. The facility is expected to attain LEED Platinum sustainable design certification. Ground was broken on the project in June of 2016. 9/2018
Indiana University School of Medicine Family Center for Health Sciences  141,000-sf $70 million Indiana University School of Medicine dedicated the $70 million Stone Family Center for Health Sciences in August of 2018. Located in downtown Evansville, the four-story, 141,000-sf building was created in partnership with the University of Southern Indiana and the University of Evansville. The facility features a 150-seat auditorium, a spacious atrium, advanced simulation training suites, a dental clinic, classrooms, offices, and laboratories for teaching and research. Ground was broken on the project in October of 2015. 9/2018
UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health Resources  Hospital 120,000-sf  $270 million UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health Resources are partnering to build the $270 million Texas Health Hospital Frisco. The 325,000-sf complex will offer an 80-bed acute care hospital with a 24/7 emergency department, surgical services, women’s services, and a neonatal intensive care unit. A 120,000-sf medical office will accommodate multiple medical specialties including space for the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute and the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center. Occupancy is expected in late 2019. 8/2018
UMass Memorial Medical Center Hospital 250,000 sf N/A Mass Memorial Medical Center is engaged in a multi-phase modernization initiative at its Worcester hospital campus. Upgrades to major public spaces have been completed, including a new atrium in the main pedestrian artery. Comprising 250,000 sf, the MC2020 modernization project was designed by The S/L/A/M Collaborative and is being built by Consigli Construction. The current phase involves upgrades to interior finishes and spaces including corridors, department entries, wayfinding graphics, and the chapel. Multiple patient care units on all floors are being renovated to provide updated services, rooms, and team stations. The first modernization phases included major renovations to the West and South wing of the Memorial Medical Center. Simulation training spaces were developed to create an academic hub, providing nurses with a realistic teaching environment where collaboration and immersive learning intersect. New conference rooms can accommodate seminars and larger meetings, and a new medical library will offer both hard-copy and electronic resources. The seven-year modernization project is slated for completion in 2022. 8/2018
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Hospital 220,000-sf  N/A The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is building the new Pinnacle Memorial Hospital in York, Pa. Designed by Stantec to provide integrated, patient-centric care, the 220,000-sf facility will offer 130 private rooms, surgical suites with robotic technologies, cardiovascular catheterization labs, a labor and delivery unit, a 14-bed critical care unit, and a 28-room emergency department. An adjacent 75,000-sf building will house an outpatient surgery center, an imaging suite, an infusion center, and other support functions. The project team includes engineering consultant Barton Associates, Dawood Engineering, and construction manager Quandel. The sustainably designed facility will utilize natural light to promote wellness and reduce energy consumption. Completion is expected in August of 2019. 7/2018
Virginia Commonwealth University  Outpatient Facility 603,000-sf $349 million  Virginia Commonwealth University and VCU Health broke ground in June of 2018 on a $349 million outpatient facility in Richmond. Designed by HDR, the 16-story, 603,000-sf project will provide a consolidated location for VCU Massey Cancer Center's outpatient services, as well as housing diagnostic labs, imaging suites, a rehabilitation center, and clinical space for orthopedics, pulmonology, urology, and gynecology. The technology-rich facility is the largest capital development in VCU Health's history and will include sophisticated collaboration spaces to support the institution's teaching and research missions. A 472,000-sf parking deck with 1,000 spaces will also be constructed. Hourigan Construction is the design-build contractor for the project, which will feature an exterior wall system created and installed by Ventana. The first $77.3 million phase of development is slated for completion in summer of 2020. 7/2018
Hackensack Meridian Health Cancer Research and Treatment 300,000-sf $265 million Hackensack Meridian Health opened the $265 million HOPE Tower at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in June of 2018. Located in Neptune, N.J. the 10-story, 300,000-sf cancer research and treatment facility features a 58,000-sf patient care center offering radiation therapy, medical oncology, surgical specialties, and minimally invasive therapies. The tower also includes biomedical research labs, a 6,500-sf simulation training center, a 200-seat conference auditorium, a clinical trials center, and space for academic programs. The facility, which includes a nine-story parking garage, was designed by WHR Architects with Stantec Consulting as project manager. General contractor LF Driscoll began construction on the tower in November of 2015. 7/2018 
NYU Langone Health Pavillion and Children's Hospital 830,000-sf N/A NYU Langone Health opened the Helen L. & Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion and the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital in June of 2018 in New York. The 21-story, 830,000-sf Kimmel Pavilion provides 374 private patient rooms, 30 surgical rooms, a conference center, and an outdoor roof terrace. The facility offers acute and critical care services in neuroscience, hematology–oncology, cardiothoracic care, and bone marrow and solid organ transplantation. The pavilion houses the 160,000-sf Hassenfeld Children's Hospital which provides 68 single-patient rooms, a pediatric ICU, a congenital cardiovascular unit, surgical suites, and an emergency department. The technologically integrated project utilizes a fleet of robots for the transportation of meals, supplies, and medication, as well as the removal of hazardous waste. The pavilion, which features a perimeter wall for storm protection, was built by Turner Construction using Building Information Modeling (BIM). LEED Platinum sustainable design will be sought for the facility, which includes a cogeneration plant capable of providing uninterruptable power in an emergency. 6/2018
University of Louisville Outpatient Center 176,000-sf $78 million The University of Louisville opened the $78 million Novak Center for Children's Health in June of 2018 in Louisville, Ky. Designed by GBBN in collaboration with Stanley, Beaman & Sears, the eight-story, 176,000-sf facility collocates all general and specialty pediatric services in a single structure to provide patient-centric multidisciplinary care. The technology-rich outpatient center includes clinical research areas, imaging and diagnostic labs, a conference suite, a rooftop garden, and the Wendy L. Novak Diabetes Care Center. Messer Construction broke ground on the project in fall of 2016. 6/2018
Eastern Virginia Medical School Education and Academic Support Building  138,000-sf $80 million Eastern Virginia Medical School broke ground in June of 2018 on the $80 million Education and Academic Support Building in Norfolk. Designed by RRMM Architects in collaboration with EYP Architecture and Engineering, the 11-story, 138,000-sf structure will provide leading-edge instructional facilities to accommodate a progressive pedagogy for the delivery of team-based care. Creating a new campus gateway, the project will offer advanced teaching labs, classrooms, study spaces, and collaboration areas to support increased enrollment in medicine and allied health programs. Several floors of the building will provide parking for a total of 310 vehicles. Completion is expected in May of 2020. 6/2018
University of Tennessee Health Science Center Healthcare Improvement/Patient Simulation 45,000-sf $39.7 million The University of Tennessee Health Science Center celebrated the opening of the $39.7 million Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS) in Memphis in May of 2018. Designed by brg3s architects, the three-story, 45,000-sf facility will enable students from the colleges of dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, health professions, graduate health sciences, and medicine to train together in the delivery of team-based care. Offering advanced simulation suites with high-fidelity manikins, actors, and virtual reality technologies, the project includes environments such as an acute-care hospital setting, a labor and delivery room, a surgical suite, an inpatient ward, and a community pharmacy. The building was recognized with an Award of Excellence by the Memphis chapter of the American Institute of Architects in April of 2018. The project consultants included Ellenzweig, Allen and Hoshall, Ritchie Smith Associates, Shim Milson Wilke, and Simhealth. The general contractor was Flintco. 5/2018
Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute Academic Center 90,000-sf $80 million Allegheny Health Network and Highmark Health are planning to build the $80 million AHN Cancer Institute Academic Center in Pittsburgh. Located on the north side of Allegheny General Hospital, the 90,000-sf facility will house research and clinical space, including 49 chemotherapy infusion bays, advanced radiation oncology suites, and conference and exam rooms with telemedicine capabilities. The building will have two floors above ground, two floors below grade, and will be connected to the hospital's conference center and front rotunda entrance. Occupancy is expected in late 2019. Allegheny Health Network is an affiliate of Temple University School of Medicine and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. 3/2018 
UC San Diego Health Outpatient Pavillion 156,000-sf $140 million UC San Diego Health opened the $140 million Koman Family Outpatient Pavilion in March of 2018 in La Jolla. The 156,000-sf facility offers integrated translational medicine and clinical care in a single location, with multidisciplinary teams of specialists and comprehensive patient services collocated to support every phase of treatment. Designed by CO Architects, the pavilion houses eight surgical suites, basic and advanced imaging technologies, infusion and apheresis services, and the Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center. A physical therapy hub offers sophisticated rehabilitation and training suites that utilize advanced movement analysis technologies. Kitchell Contractors began work on the pavilion in November of 2015. 3/2018 
Medical College of Wisconsin Administrative Building 318,000-sf  $90 million The Medical College of Wisconsin opened the $90 million Hub for Collaborative Medicine in February of 2018 in Wauwatosa. Designed by Flad Architects, the eight-story, 318,000-sf administrative building can house 1,500 occupants, including clinicians, researchers, faculty members, and administrative staff. The facility is physically connected to the existing Medical Education and Health Research Center buildings to the north at multiple levels, and connected to the Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratory Building to the south by an enclosed elevated skywalk. Providing flexible workspaces and resources that are shared among departments and programs, the Hub for Collaborative Medicine offers modular workstations, enclosed offices, conference rooms, and informal collaboration spaces. Construction manager CG Schmidt broke ground on the project in March of 2016. 2/2018 
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Immune Transplant and Therapy Center 215,000-sf $250 million The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the University of Pittsburgh are partnering to renovate a former Ford assembly plant and showroom to create the $250 million Immune Transplant and Therapy Center in Bloomfield. Developed in partership with Wexford Science & Technology LLC, the 100-year-old structure will be transformed into an eight-story innovation hub providing labs, offices, and business incubator space. The 215,000-sf building, which will include leased space for industry partners, will be renovated by the University of Pittsburgh with UPMC contributing $200 million towards clinical trials and translational research programs. The project is located near UPMC Shadyside and will accommodate the study of immunotherapy, cancer, aging, chronic diseases, and transplantation. Occupancy is expected in 2020. 2/2018
Indiana University Health Academic Health Center 735,000-sf $400 million Indiana University Health broke ground in January of 2018 on the $400 million Bloomington Regional Academic Health Center. Supporting collaborative interprofessional education, the 735,000-sf complex will include a technology-rich simulation training center and the $45 million, 115,000-sf Academic Health Sciences building to accommodate programs in medicine, nursing, social work, dentistry, and speech and hearing sciences. The hospital facilities will include a cancer center, a trauma center, inpatient and outpatient surgical suites, a neonatal intensive care center, women's services, and physician offices. Completion is expected by December of 2020. 2/2018
Keck Medicine of USC Outpatient Facility 116,000-sf N/A Keck Medicine of USC opened the Norris Healthcare Center in January of 2018 in Los Angeles. Located on USC's Health Sciences Campus adjacent to the Comprehensive Cancer Center, the seven-story, 116,000-sf outpatient facility features a patient-centric design for the integrated delivery of multidisciplinary ambulatory care. All women’s specialty care services have been grouped together on a single floor, and urology and urologic oncology are collocated on another level of the building. Housing the Transplant Institute and the Outpatient Surgery Center, the facility offers 46 examination rooms, several procedure rooms, an imaging suite, and an infusion center with 24 etched glass bays offering both privacy and serene views. Building Information Modeling (BIM) was utilized by DPR Construction in the delivery of the project. Keck Medicine is the academic medical enterprise of the University of Southern California. 1/1/2018
Banner University Medical Center Outpatient Center 208,000-sf $100 million Banner University Medical Center opened its $100 million outpatient center in Tucson in December of 2017. Designed to optimize accessibility and convenience, the three-story, 208,000-sf facility accommodates multiple disciplines on each floor, enabling patients to see several physicians on a single visit. The project also offers diagnostic labs, imaging suites, and spacious 750-sf operating rooms to enable medical students to view procedures. Ground was broken on the project in May of 2016. A $400 million, 670,000-sf patient tower is also being constructed at the site, with completion expected in April of 2019. 1/2018 
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Academic/Research Facility 51,000-sf  $22 million Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is constructing a $22 million academic building for the School of Medicine in Odessa. Located on the Permian Basin campus, the two-story, 51,000-sf facility will provide large and small classrooms, faculty offices, seminar rooms, a conference center, and research space. Designed by FKP Architects, the project will initially provide 4,000 sf of lab space with an additional 2,000 sf to accommodate future growth. The general contractor for the facility is Flintco and completion is expected in September of 2018. 1/2018
Doctors Hospital at Renaissance Research 83,000 sf $34 million Doctors Hospital at Renaissance is collaborating with University of Texas Rio Grande Valley to develop a $34 million research facility in McAllen. The 83,000 sf building will be shared and leased to the university at a yearly cost of 2.5 million. The project will provide 16 research labs, core facilities, and clinical space for the study of diseases affecting the Rio Grande Valley. General contractor Cantu Construction broke ground on the facility in October of 2016.  12/2017
Froedtert Hospital Medical Center/ Expansion 165,000 sf $43 million The 165,000 sf expansion of the Center for Advanced Care will begin in the spring of 2017 and will be located on the campus of Milwaukee Regional Medical Center. The project will add four inpatient floors to the existing eight-story structure Froedtert Hospital is an academic medical center affiliated with Medical College of Wisconsin and the construction is expected to cost $43 million. 3/2017
University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School Health Learning Building Medical School 75,000 sf $85 million The Dell Medical School is the first in UT Austin’s plan to build a new $ 85 million medical school at a Research 1 institution in 50 yrs. The 75,000 sf facility, which is a part of phase 1, will serve as the face of the new institution. The building is stacked to draw students to all five floors: First floor – a 120-seat auditorium/tiered classroom and café with flexible seating that allows students to form groups and face the professor. Behind each row of seating there is wiring for internet, sound and whiteboards. Second floor- contains 110 sf of facility offices, admissions, student offices and a 220-240 sf dean’s office each with desks that can be raised to standing height. Third floor – comprises of student academies, large study area, study carrels, flexible glass-walled lounges, kitchenettes, soft furniture, and a digital library with no books. Fourth floor - contains teaching labs equipped with AV technology and internet. Mock clinics allow students to examine actors standing in as surrogate patients and this suite includes six simulation labs, lounges and a locker room. Fifth floor – contains the administration, faculty collegium, where all offices are glass-fronted with a large boardroom. Phase two includes meeting halls large enough for the entire medical school with the number of students expected to double. The spaces are designed to be flexible for needed expansion. Completion was 5/2016. 3/2017 
Sanford Health Hospital 1.2 million sf $375 million Ground was broken on the Sanford Health project in summer of 2012. Sanford Health located on the $500 million Fargo Medical Center in North Dakota has an 11-story, 380-bed hospital that includes a 51-bay emergency department, 32 operating rooms, a trauma center, and adult and pediatric intensive care units. The 1.2 million-sf facility designed by HKS Architects in collaboration with JLG Architects, built by Mortenson Construction and Nor-Son Inc. will provide cardiac care, women's health, pediatrics, orthopedics, and neurosurgery. Occupancy is expected July 2017. Construction cost 375 million and was Completed Feb. 2017. 2/2017
UC San Francisco Academic/Research Facility 175,000 sf $200 million The University of San Francisco will begin construction in 2019 on a $200 million academic/research facility at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (ZSFG). The new construction will support existing research programs at the hospital. The five-story, 175,000-sf project will consolidate and replace labs and offices that do not meet new seismic regulations and it will accommodate 800 faculty, trainees, and staff. The development will also enable ZSFG to maintain its status as the city’s only Level 1 Trauma Center. 2/2017
Carolina East Medical Center & UNC Health Care Cancer Center 80,000 sf $35 million The Carolina East Medical Center and UNC Health Care broke ground in January 2017 on the SECU Comprehensive Cancer Center in New Bern N.C. Charitable offerings from the State Employees’ Credit Union foundation supported the $35 million facility and it will enable Carolina East to provide consolidated cancer services in a single location. The 80,000 sf project is located next to the John and Reba Aylward Diagnostic Center and is scheduled to be completed in late spring of 2018. 2/2017
Central Michigan University Education 169,000 sf $95 million Central Michigan University opened the $95 million Bioscience building in January of 2017 in Mount Pleasant. The four-story, 169,000 sf facility designed by Stantec will promote interaction and collaboration. It will provide teaching labs, research labs, lecture halls, an active learning classroom, an auditorium and faculty offices. The building also includes a BSL-3 suite, an herbarium, an imaging center, and an aquatic research vivarium. Clark Construction began work on the project in September of 2014. A minimum of LEED Silver sustainable design certification is being sought for the facility, which features highly efficient glazed windows, a vegetative roof, occupancy sensors, and low-flow plumbing fixtures. 2/2017
Medical College of Wisconsin Education/Administration 318,000 sf $90 million The Medical college of Wisconsin is constructing a $90 million facility in Wauwatosa. The eight-story, 318,000 sf facility was designed by Flad Architects to enhance collaboration and interaction. It will house 1,500 occupants, including clinicians, researchers, faculty members and administrative staff. Construction manager CG Schmidt broke ground on the project in March of 2016. Completion of phase 1 in expected in fall of 2017. Subsequent phases will open in late 2017, early 2018. 1/2017
University of Arizona Education 226,000 sf $165 million The University of Arizona is constructing the $165 million Health Sciences Innovation Building in Tucson. The nine-story, 226,000 sf facility was designed by Co Architects. It will feature simulation training suites for programs in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and public health. The Health Science building will also provide clinical laboratories and a variety of group learning areas. General contractor Kitchell began construction in June of 2016 and completion is expected in June of 2018. 1/2017
University of Tennessee Health Science Center Education 45,000 sf $36.7 million The University of Tennessee Health Science Center completed the $36.7 million Interprofessional Simulation and Patient Safety Center in Memphis in January of 2017. Designed by BRG3S and built by Flintco, the 45,000 sf facility will enable students from UTHSC’s six colleges to engage in team–based training programs in a simulated acute-care hospital with inpatient rooms, surgical suites, and labor and delivery rooms. The facility will additionally provide 12 procedural skills labs, a home environment, and areas for standardized patient instruction and testing. Official opening of the center is in April 2017. 1/2017
West Virginia United Medicine Women's and Children's Tower N/A $152 million WVU Medicine broke ground in June of 2018 on a women's and children's tower in Morgantown, W.V. Located at J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, the $152 million facility will feature a 61-bed neonatal ICU, a 25-bed pediatric ICU, a 39-bed pediatric acute care unit, a 30-bed labor and delivery unit, and a medical office building housing subspecialty clinics. Designed by IKM, the eight-story tower will offer private patient rooms (with 11 NICU rooms for twins) as well as a pharmacy, a laboratory, an imaging suite, and operating rooms. Occupancy is expected in late 2020. 7/2018

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