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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center | FT | 21 FLOORS

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Location: Old Spanish Trail, Texas Medical Center
Construction Timeline: Jan. 2016 Start Date - 2019 Completion



http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/m...aylor-chi.html

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Exclusive: Expansion plans revealed for Baylor, CHI St. Luke's McNair campus

The Baylor College of Medicine and CHI St. Luke's Health plan to break ground on the next phase of their McNair Campus in early 2016.

The next phase of the campus will feature a second patient tower that will house 420 beds, and a medical office building. The patient tower is expected to begin construction in January, and the medical office building will begin in the fall. The projects are expected to be completed by 2019, according to a statement.
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https://www.bcm.edu/news/expansion/b...medical-campus

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- In mid-January, construction crews will begin utilities relocation and foundation preparation for the building of Tower 2, a 420-patient bed tower.

- Excavation for the 26-foot deep foundation for Tower 2 is scheduled to begin February 2016.

- Completion of the 650-bed replacement hospital, including Tower 2 and a Medical Office Building is slated for completion in early 2019.
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Once this is complete in 2019, it will leave the Baylor St.Luke's current location vacant. The buildings fate is unknown at the moment.



http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/b...ce-mcnair.html

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What's to become of iconic TMC hospital once McNair campus completed

CHI St. Luke's Health and the Baylor College of Medicine will move into their new McNair campus in 2019, which will leave the existing iconic double-spired tower in the Texas Medical Center vacant.

"The needles" as the current Baylor St. Luke's McNair Center is sometimes referred to, was built in 1954 and has fallen behind compared to other major facilities in the TMC. So when CHI St. Luke's does move, it will be for good.

"The intent behind those facilities has always been to sell them," Michael Covert, CEO of CHI St. Luke's Health, told the Houston Business Journal.

The buyer hasn't been determined yet. However, Covert did say that he's had early conversations with leadership at Texas Children's Hospital and other institutions who would be interested in the real estate. It could be upgraded and used for research or clinical care, or torn down and rebuilt into a brand new facility, Covert said.
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http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/m...kes-break.html

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The Baylor College of Medicine and CHI St. Luke's Health broke ground on Tower 2 in their McNair Campus on April 5.

The new patient tower will house 420 beds and a medical office building. It will be part of the health care organizations' 27.5-acre, $1.1 billion McNair Campus, which will also be the future site of the Texas Heart Institute.
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http://www.hksinc.com/hksline/portfo...pital-concept/

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The proposed diagnostic and treatment facility at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center is an icon for state-of-the-art medical research and practice. The 21-story expansion emphasizes visual recognition from Old Spanish Trail and the adjacent research campus. This 448-bed patient tower is oriented to mark the gateway into the Texas Medical Center research campus.

The angled orientation of the tower establishes its relationship between Old Spanish Trail and provided favorable views for both the northwest and southwest facing lounge spaces located at the end of each floor. Simultaneously the orientation improves self-shading. The 5-story diagnostics and treatment facility is organized to convey clear points of access for visitors while providing ample overhangs to shade naturally lit multi-volume entrances and public drop-off areas. A signature bridge bypasses the ambulance drop-off area and Emergency Department walk-up entrance and connects the parking structure to the Cardiovascular Center of Excellence and lower level lobbies. Together the bridge and Cardiovascular Center function as recognizably prominent design features supporting the significance of this center. An outdoor terrace on the third level of the medical center separates the D&T block and existing tower while providing views of a landscape terrace from above. This terrace accommodates both patients, their loved ones and the staff that care for them with tranquil spaces set apart from the stress and tension often experienced treatment.
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Concepts from other architects, a design competition was held for this.

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