White Plains, NY – White Plains Hospital (WPH) is building an addition to its campus: a 252,000sf, nine-story outpatient center for advanced medicine and surgery. It will be adjacent and connected to both the main hospital and the Center for Cancer Care.
Coreslab Structures of Thomaston, Conn. was chosen early on for the design-assist coordination scope of work required for this complex project and will produce and install product onsite in the first half of 2020.
The general contractor is Turner Construction Co.
The new advanced center will have new operating rooms, endoscopy suites, cutting-edge imaging, wound care delivered through hyperbaric chambers and specialty physician practices.
The project is designed in accordance with the principles of sustainable construction to support energy efficiency, water efficiency, light pollution reduction and indoor air quality.
Use of architectural precast concrete as a cladding material with inlaid brick compliments the finishes of the surrounding buildings. The material allows for high quality offsite manufacturing, durability and longevity of building components, as well as speed of installation.