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Memorial Hermann to kick off $650M project in the Texas Medical Center

Memorial Hermann Health System — Houston's largest health care system — will soon begin a $650 million expansion and renovation of its Texas Medical Center campus.

Construction on the Memorial Hermann-TMC Master Plan project is scheduled to begin this summer and conclude in 2018. Houston-based WHR Architects Inc. is the architect of record for the project.

The Memorial Hermann-TMC campus currently spans more than 2.5 million square feet, and the expansion includes:

An additional 1.34 million square feet;
additional 160 beds (plus 71 replacement beds);
24 new operating rooms;
16 additional emergency room bays;
750 new parking spaces; and
a 333-seat café.

The highlight of the master plan will be a new patient care building and an additional building that will include parking and infrastructure capabilities. Also, the master plan accounts for future growth with the construction of six shelled floors and six shelled operating rooms, with the potential of adding 264 beds.

“We recognize that our community will continue to grow and so will their health needs, so we’re designing the building with a forward-looking perspective to meet those needs,” Dan Wolterman, president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System, said in a statement.

The launch of the master plan project comes on the heels of much growth for the hospital system. Last June, the system’s board approved $50 million to address short-term capacity projects at the Texas Medical Center campus.

Full Article: http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...ct-in-the.html

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HBJ had a lengthy article on the Medical Center. St. Luke's is the building that will get replaced by a slightly smaller facility. This one is all expansion space. I'm not sure was Christus wants to shrink St. Luke's or what will happen to the old building.
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I'm not sure how I like the illumination of the roofline versus the existing tower. I wonder if that will be changing color.
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I'm not sure how I like the illumination of the roofline versus the existing tower. I wonder if that will be changing color.
I prefer the previous design.
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http://www.breakingnewgroundproject....nsion-project/

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Memorial Hermann Breaks Ground on $650 Million Texas Medical Center Renovation and Expansion Project

Memorial Hermann broke ground Wednesday on the $650 million expansion and renovation of its Texas Medical Center (TMC) Campus. As the Houston region’s only full-service health system, this expansion will enable Memorial Hermann to stay ahead of the fast-growing advances in medicine, keep pace with the extraordinary growth of the city and, most importantly, meet the health needs of the community for years to come.

Local dignitaries, community leaders, affiliated UTHealth physicians and Memorial Hermann leadership all gathered last night to celebrate the official groundbreaking event. In attendance were: Rep. Al Green; President and CEO of the Texas Medical Center, Dr. Robert Robbins; Houston City Council Members Jack Christie and Ellen Cohen; numerous staff representatives of local, state and federal officials; Dr. Giuseppe Colasurdo, President of UTHealth and Dean of UTHealth Medical School; Memorial Hermann Health System Board Chairman Will Williams and several other Memorial Hermann System and Foundation board members; and key representatives of Memorial Hermann leadership including President and CEO Dan Wolterman.

At the event, Rep. Green presented Memorial Hermann-TMC with a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition that saluted the hospital’s “continued commitment to providing the latest medical innovations and procedures for treating patients as well as your dedication to exceptional patient care.”

The Breaking New Ground expansion and renovation project began in fall 2014 and is expected to be completed in 2019. Highlighting the project will be the construction of a new patient care building and an additional building that will include parking and infrastructure capabilities to support the new growth.










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