UPMC Vision and Rehabilitation Tower at UPMC Mercy
Pittsburgh, PA,
Vision Care, 410,000 SF

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is investing $2 billion in three new specialty hospitals dedicated to Vision and Rehabilitation, Heart and transplant, and Cancer care. This Vision center will serve as a hub for clinicians, researchers, educators, and commercial partners for medical advancement. Located along the Monongahela River on UPMC’s campus in the Uptown neighborhood, the project consists of a nine-story research tower and a four-story hospital that includes surgery, clinics and a pharmacy. The tower houses offices, research labs, and conference rooms, most of which are linked by a large glass staircase that promotes interaction. Work done at HOK

Children’s National Regional Outpatient Center
Lanham, MD
Pediatric, 60,000 SF

Located in the thriving Woodmore Towne Center, this new Children’s National facility will bring world class pediatric services to the Prince George’s community. Services include Orthopedics, Urgent Care, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Diagnostics, and Ambulatory Surgery. The welcoming entrance features a landscaped two-lane drop off under a gracious canopy and waiting areas filled with daylight from the north facing curtain wall system. Work done at Perkins Eastman

OSF Medical Center
Peoria, IL
Pediatric, 440,000 SF

The Milestone project, led by OWPP consists of 440,000 SF of new construction and 35,000 SF of renovation, including a new parking garage. Associate Architect Stanley Beaman Sears was responsible for the pediatric spaces, including a St. Jude Cancer Center, NICU, PICU, General Pediatric spaces, and donor opportunities. Colorful paint schemes, graphics, photography and interactive projections are used throughout to create distinct, child-friendly scaled spaces within a large comprehensive facility. Work done at Stanley Beaman Sears