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University of Missouri-Kansas City Constructs Healthcare Delivery & Innovation Building

Published 7/3/2024
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The University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) will begin construction in summer of 2024 on the $120 million Healthcare Delivery & Innovation Building. Designed by RDG and Clark & Enersen, the 200,000-sf facility will provide state-of-the-art learning environments for the School of Medicine and the School of Dentistry. The six-story structure will feature advanced simulation suites and clinical training labs where the next generation of medical professionals will gain hands-on experience in the delivery of team-based care.

The collaborative building will also house biomedical engineering labs, pre-doctoral dental clinics, the Health Equity Institute, and the Data Science and Analytics Innovation Center. Inclusive gathering areas will enhance interdisciplinary exchange throughout the facility, which will include two floors of office space for UMKC’s clinical partner, University Health. McCownGordon Construction is acting as construction manager-at-risk with completion expected in 2026.

Organization Project Role
RDG Planning & Design
Lead Design Architect
Clark & Enersen
Architect of Record
Construction Manager at Risk