This is the first time I'm requesting drawings, so please correct me if I'm not doing something right.
For those who don't know, the Texas Medical Center is touted as the largest medical complex in the world. There are two large medical buildings in the TMC which need drawings/updates, in my opinion.
The Methodist Hospital Outpatient Care Center is arguably the tallest hospital in the world (156m to spire). It's an interesting building due to its roof shape. It was designed by WHR Architects (http://www.whrarchitects.com/fw/main/The-Methodist-Hospital-Outpatient-Center-5C1.html
). It might also be relevant to look at this information provided by the building's owner, Methodist Hospital: http://www.methodisthealth.com/basic.cfm?id=34780
The drawing for the Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza currently on SSP appears to be incorrect. The top is lighted in various colors at night through an installation by (I believe) James Turrell. You can see the actual building on Kirksey's site (http://www.kirksey.com/project/memorial_hermann_medical_plaza
). On the Kirksey site, you can view other nighttime views of the building in order to see some of the lighting options (I believe they are purple, red, blue, green and yellow). The building is 131m tall.
Both of these buildings can be seen in the following photo of the Texas Medical Center. Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza is the largest building left of center in the foreground. Nearby to the right (right of center of image) is the Methodist Hospital Outpatient Center. To the right of the picture (with spires) is the O'Quinn Medical Building of St. Luke's Hospital.
This image appears to have been taken by NorthBayouKid on PhotoBucket.