Cleveland Clinic Builds Translational Research Facilities

Published 6-13-2022
  • Cleveland Clinic - Neurological Institute
  • Cleveland Clinic - Jeffery and Patricia Cole Building
  • Cleveland Clinic - Neurological Institute

    Courtesy of Cleveland Clinic.

  • Cleveland Clinic - Jeffery and Patricia Cole Building

    Courtesy of Cleveland Clinic.

Cleveland Clinic will begin construction in mid-2022 on the Neurological Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. Spanning over a million square feet, the translational research building will integrate inpatient and outpatient care facilities with world-class biomedical laboratories. Designed by Stantec and Hopkins Architects, the collaborative structure will foster interaction between medical professionals and scientists to accelerate the discovery of new therapies and attract the next generation of caregivers. Two existing buildings and a parking garage will be demolished to make way for the Neurological Institute, which is slated for occupancy in 2026. 

The project is part a $1.3 billion capital investment in facilities in Ohio, Florida, and London, which will include a $177 million expansion and renovation of the Cole Eye Institute in Cleveland. Designed by HGA and Bostwick Design Partnership, the development involves construction of the 150,000-sf Jeffery and Patricia Cole Building to provide 12 operating suites, three refractive surgery procedure rooms, and 50 eye exam rooms. Renovation of the existing structure will create new research labs, increase training and simulation space for the Louise Timken Ophthalmic Education Center, and establish the Center of Excellence in Ophthalmic Imaging. Completion is expected in late 2025.

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Architect - Neurological Institute
Stantec
Architect - Neurological Institute
Hopkins Architects
Architect - Cole Eye Institute Expansion and Renovation
HGA