07
August
2017
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09:16 PM
America/New_York

We’ve selected our campus transformation architect

Renowned firm Hammel, Green and Abrahamson Inc. (HGA) will lead the design planning, architecture and engineering of MetroHealth’s campus transformation. 

15 companies submitted proposals to be the master architect for the project, which includes the design of a hospital tower, a connector building to the existing Critical Care Pavilion and a new central utility plant.

All proposals were reviewed and ranked, and the top four firms made in-person presentations to the selection committee. “HGA demonstrated clearly that it has the motivation, imagination, experience and knowledge to undertake a project as large -- and as important to Cuyahoga County -- as the nearly $1 billion MetroHealth campus transformation,” said Walter Jones, senior vice president of campus transformation at MetroHealth. “This firm truly was the best qualified candidate for the job, and it best understood our goals and aspirations.” HGA has locations nationwide and has earned more than 300 awards for its design and engineering work. Its projects include hospitals, schools, museums, universities and corporate headquarters for such companies as General Mills, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Learn more about HGA Here.