The expansion of emergency and intensive care areas at Cleveland Clinic included a six-story, 195,800 square foot addition to house an updated Emergency Department with 40 treatment rooms and 12 observation rooms, two floors for an Intensive Care Unit with 48 beds, one floor for an Acute Care bed tower with 24 med surge beds, one shelled space on the top floor, a central utility plant, 400 surface parking spaces, associated support spaces, and a utility/pedestrian connector bridge from the main hospital.
Work also included 66,000 square feet of interior renovations in the main hospital.
The project is designed and built to achieve a minimum LEED Silver certification.
Dash Door & Glass | Glass & Glazing Group provided the interior glass scope for the project, including a novel “hybrid” aluminum and glass framing system. This system was developed specifically for the project by Dash Door to permit the desired architectural aesthetic in tandem with the required smoke rating.
All photos by Miami In Focus, Inc.
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