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Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Interiors, New Construction
564,000 sq. ft., 17-Stories
Perkins + Will
Supply Chain Management
Virtual Design & Construction
Turner Engineering Group
The Hub for Clinical Collaboration is a new 17-story, 564,000 sq. ft. facility for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The new building connects to the existing 12-story Buerger Center (also built by Turner). The lobby level span over the ramp to the existing below-grade parking garage. The structure consists of a composite structural steel frame on caissons and spread footings. The exterior wall is clad with an aluminum & glass curtainwall that is oriented in a sawtooth pattern on the south elevation.
The building program includes a full office fit-out of floors 2 through 7 and 9 through 15. The upper two floors (floors 16 and 17) are shelled for future fit-out. Mechanical and electrical systems are served from the construction of a four-level below-grade CUP, with additional equipment contained on the roof and within the two-story MEP space located on the 8th floor. The demolition of the existing south façade of the Buerger Center was required to connect the new Hub, and utility relocations were also required to accommodate the new building.