Cleveland, OH,
21
February
2017
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06:00 PM
America/New_York

The MetroHealth System Issues RFQ for Campus Transformation Architect

The scope of work outlined in the proposal includes the design for a 12-story hospital tower, 5-story connector building to the existing Critical Care Pavilion and a new central utility plant.

The MetroHealth System has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for the Master Architect of Record for the Campus Transformation at MetroHealth, which includes a new hospital on the West 25th Street main campus.

The scope of work outlined in the proposal includes the design for a 12-story hospital tower, 5-story connector building to the existing Critical Care Pavilion and a new central utility plant. The new structures will be located on the sites of the current Southpoint Garage and along Southpoint Drive.

MetroHealth launched its Campus Transformation in 2015 with the construction of a 2-story addition to the existing Critical Care Pavilion. 85 intensive critical care beds were added to the existing emergency department and surgical operating rooms.

The new structures outlined in the RFQ are an integral part of the future of MetroHealth, and make up the majority of the Campus Transformation project, estimated for completion in 2023.

The RFQ can be found here.