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VCU Medical Center Critical Care Tower

  • Description: 16-level, critical care bed tower<br /><br />The $110 million facility, which is expected to be in operation in 2007, will allow a major expansion of the MCV Hospitals Emergency Department, the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center. It also will expand the medical center’s critical-care capacity with new intensive care units for surgical trauma, neonatal, cardiac, neuroscience, medical respiratory and burn center patients.<br /><br />The 356,000 square-foot building will have five underground floors and 11 above-ground stories that will connect to the existing Main Hospital.

    Type: Other

    Floors: 15

    Units: 356,000 square-feet

    Construction Start: March 2006

    Construction End: October 2008

    Architect: Frank Zilm & Associates, Inc.

    General Contractor: WM Jordan

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