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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
145,000 sq. ft.
This project consisted of the conversion of a conventional steel frame office building originally built in 1966 into a 145,000 sq. ft. regional cancer diagnostic and treatment center. This facility includes MRI, CT, CT SIM, PET CT, 2 linear accelerators, X-Ray facilities, exam suites, infusion suites, and treatment suites. Sitework included utilities, parking lot milling and resurfacing, lighting, striping, and a new front-entrance drive and canopy. This project also included extensive structural reinforcement, the construction of a 3-vault reinforced concrete linear accelerator bunker. Two of the vaults were fit-out, and the 3rd vault was left as a shell to accommodate a future expansion. Additionally, an MRI structure was added to the west side, complete with radio frequency shielding in order to house the MRI magnet. Detailed energy studies of the original exterior building envelope revealed the need for significant thermal and moisture upgrades to the existing textured GFRC façade, thermally insulated window systems, and roofing.