Academic Medical

  • Winthrop University Hospital celebrated the topping out of the $65 million Winthrop Research Institute in September of 2013 in Mineola, N.Y.

  • The University of Mississippi is planning to begin construction in fall of 2013 on a $35.5 million building in Jacksonville for the School of Medicine.

  • Public-Private Partnership Model Streamlines Delivery, Reduces Institutional Risk

    The Sandler Neurosciences Center at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), is a developer-built facility created through innovative planning, development, design, and research. A public-private partnership—an alternative to the traditional design-bid-build model—applies private-sector efficiencies to an institutional project. Benefits include faster delivery, lower costs to build and operate, and reducing institutional risk by shifting responsibility for construction and ongoing maintenance to the developer.

  • North Middlesex University Hospital (NMUH) will open the two-story, 84,000-sf Women & Children’s Centre in London in November of 2013.

  • Deakin University is partnering with Epworth Health to build the Epworth Geelong Private Hospital in Victoria, Australia.

  • Healthcare Facilities Lead the Way Finding Savings in Short-Term Capital and Long-Term Operating Costs

    Getting the planning team on board with Lean project delivery from the outset of a project can net huge savings in both capital expenditures and long-term operating costs. A California hospital, for example, saved $700,000 and 550 sf per bed, and the project was completed 25 percent ahead of schedule, a level of efficiency that can be achieved in other industries, as well.

  • The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Medicine is building the $426 million Gleneagles Hospital in Wong Chuk Hang.

  • Marian University opened the $55 million Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences in August of 2013 in Indianapolis.

  • The University of North Carolina Hospital is using Building Information Modeling (BIM) to manage construction of its $156 million campus in Hillsborough.

  • The University of Florida celebrated the opening of the $45 million Clinical and Translational Science Building in Gainesville in August of 2013.


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