Johns Hopkins Research Facility Tops Out in Tampa Bay

By Robert Demeter

St. Petersburg, Fla.—CBRE Healthcare recently announced the topping out of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Research & Education Building. The new facility, designed by HDR, is being constructed by Skanska and managed by CBRE Healthcare. Construction of the property kicked off in early 2016 to help further expand Johns Hopkins All Children’s research mission in finding new discoveries and treatments for childhood diseases.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Research & Education Building
Rendering of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Research & Education Building

The $95.5 million, 225,000-square-foot facility will provide an educational center for pediatric resident physicians, nurses and supporting staff. Connected to the Outpatient Care Center by an enclosed air-conditioned bridge, the new building will include a simulation lab for clinical teaching, collaborative environments for research and space to promote free exchange of knowledge and findings. In addition, laboratories for bench and translational research, designated areas for shared support and research cores to promote collaboration will also be available.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Research & Education Building is targeted for completion in mid-2018.

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