Nationwide Children’s Hospital unveils Phase II of its master facilities plan

WCN Editorial Team 14 Jun 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

Nationwide Children’s Hospital has unveiled details of the second phase of its master facilities plan to expand the hospital existing campus in Ohio, USA.

The centrepiece of the $730m project will include the construction of a new eight-storey behavioral health pavilion on the main hospital campus.

The building, estimated to cost $158M, will eventually accommodate up to 66 inpatient beds.   

The facility is anticipated to break ground by the end of 2017, and open in 2020.

The project will also involve the construction of a $28M parking garage, expected to be complete in mid-2020.

Phase II will also include a 20,600sq m Livingston ambulatory building, a 20,400sq m research building, a Near East office building with 800 parking stalls, a data centre, and a central energy plant.

In addition, the Livingston Park will be upgraded, the existing childcare centre will be renovated and 51 inpatient beds and five additional operating rooms will be added to the main hospital.

The second phase of the hospital master facilities plan is slated to be complete in 2022.

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