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Recently Completed Projects

Nicoletti Live Donor Program

Work was recently completed on the 1st floor of 833 Chestnut for new ambulatory practice space for this program. The space includes exam and consult space in a multi-disciplinary practice allowing for consolidation of services for a better patient experience. Donors gathered in mid-December for a grand ribbon-cutting.

Architect: 
Stantec

Contractor: 
C. Erickson and Sons

Korman Conference Center

Work was recently completed on the 2nd floor at 925 Chestnut for a conference center as the first phase of a larger initiative for the Institute for Emerging Health Professions. The current space includes modern meeting spaces as the program evolves for the future renovations.

Architect: 
N/A

Contractor: 
Spectra-Con

Campus Exterior Branding

Work was recently completed around campus to update all vehicular and pedestrian directional signs as well as canopies and banners.

Architect: 
Cloud Geshan

Contractor: 
Various

College 2 Classrooms

Work was recently completed on the 2nd floor of the Sidney Kimmel Medical College Building for new flex-up classrooms. These new classrooms each accommodate about 90 students in an environment where the pedagogy can accommodate traditional lectures and group work among the students. Space was occupied in time for classes this fall.

Architect:
Stantec

Contractor:
Intech Construction

Multiple BLSB Lab Renovations

Work was recently completed in various labs in the Bluemle Life Sciences Building for Cancer Biology to accommodate new faculty. Renovations included new casework and finishes plus accommodations for specialty equipment as needed for the individual researcher.

Architect:
 

Contractor:
Various

Apothecary

Work was recently completed on the 1st floor of the Gibbon Building to renovate this space to accommodate the new EPIC workflows. Work included new casework, finished, lighting, and furniture.

Architect: 
119 Degrees

Contractor:
Florkowski Builders, Inc.

Projects in Construction

EPIC Inpatient Implementation

Work has been on-going since mid-September to accommodate the new equipment needed to support EPIC in the inpatient environment. Everywhere where patient care occurs requires some intervention of construction and/or new IS&T equipment. Work continues through mid-January in time for the Technical Dress Rehearsal in advance of the April Go-Live date.

Architect: 
N/A

Contractor:
Various

Pavilion 3

Pavilion 3 Clinical Labs Roche Equipment Installation Work is on-going for the installation of new Roche equipment to accommodate EPIC workflows. This multi-phase project is approximately 50% complete having achieved the milestone of the installation of the new Roche equipment in November. Future phases will renovate other portions of the Clinical Labs. Overall completion is May 2017.

Architect:
Francis Cauffman

Contractor:
C. Erickson and Sons

MOB Elevator Renovations

Work is on-going to renovate one of the 3 elevators in the building. Work includes new controls, machinery, and finishes inside the cab. Completion is expected in spring 2017.

Architect:

Contractor:
Otis

Campus Energy Projects

Work has been going on across all hospital and university buildings since February 2016. The majority of the work includes lighting replacement. Other projects have included chiller controls in BLSB, new steam plant in the Main building, and a new microturbine in the Gibbon Building. All work is expected to complete in February 2017.                                                                                                     

Architect:
Constellation Energy

Contractor:
Constellation Energy

Projects in Design

Pavilion 12

Design is complete for a major renovation of this floor for new patient rooms and other amenities. Construction will begin spring of 2017.                                                                                                  

Architect:
Stantec

 

Methodist Lobby

Design is nearing completion for a major renovation of the lobby that provides better separation of the Registration functions from the general seating in the lobby, plus upgrades for lighting, finishes and bathrooms. Construction is pending availability of funding.

Architect:
Pescatore and Associates

 

JAH 4 East Lab Renovations

Design is just beginning to complete another wing of this building to create modern collaborative lab space.                                                                                                    

Architect:
Stantec