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UH Inst Relations/Development & Marketing Offices
Case Medical Ctr - Cleveland, Ohio
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project info

Firm’s Responsibilities:
Design-Build / Construction Manager

Total Development Cost: $4.55 million

Building Size: 30,000 sf

Project Length:
8 month Construction Schedule

Tenant: University Hospital's Institutional Relations/Development & Marketing Departments

This project creatively converted a former laundry facility in an industrial building on the University Hospitals Case Medical Center campus into up-scale office space for multiple administrative departments. The new office space will be an open, loft-style concept with exposed piping and ductwork. This type of space is a dramatic departure from typical institutional administrative spaces because it provides a far more efficient use of space.

The replacement of two new passenger elevators and new electrical and mechanical infrastructures were necessary to meet current building codes as the existing systems were abandoned, antiquated or non-existent.

The building sits between facilities owned by University Hospitals and Case Western Reserve University demanding constant interaction between both entities. This circumstance also required multiple levels of approvals to implement changes in scope making it difficult to maintain our critical path.

This project represents the first of multiple administrative relocations of the University Hospitals Case Medical Center campus necessary to make land available for their proposed Cancer Center, Emergency Department and Parking Structure.