The Ohio State University, James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute

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The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute at The Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center is a 21-story cancer and critical care tower designed to accommodate 348 inpatient beds, 252 acute care beds, 24 bone marrow transplant beds, and 72 critical care beds. The clinical space provides outpatient service, expanded operating rooms, radiation oncology space with eight linear accelerators, inpatient rooms, a pharmacy, translational research areas, a public concourse, and meeting space. In addition to the tower, the phased expansion of the medical center included extensive mechanical, electrical and plumbing system upgrades and renovations to four adjacent, original health facilities, significant site infrastructure and surrounding roadway work, relocation of a memorial park and landscape rework.

Awards: Associated General Contractor Build Ohio 2016, Alliant Build America 2016 Merit Award

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