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Some pictures from the ground level of the VCU Outpatient building and the Children's hospital.    

After scrolling through the master plan, I noticed a few MAJOR projects:  I noticed a performing arts center across the street from the ICA (not super tall but a very attractive rendering of a signifi

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2 hours ago, RVAbigdawg said:

Interesting...VCU announced that after 46 years, they will not be having graduation ceremonies at Richmond Coliseum in May 2019.  Is this a sign that the Coliseum will be rubble??

One can only hope!!  I think this is very telling. There will be nothing booked at the Coliseum all next year. It’s either the Coliseum gets bull-dozed or it sits empty for at least a year and the city eats the cost for doing so. I doubt that is the option they want, so I say they’re going to go for replacing it!!

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So the word on the street is that this is taking priority over the outpatient tower. The team (architectural and engineering) that was on that project has moved to this one. Meaning the outpatient tower is now a few years a way from happening. However I like the render. My company designed the childrens pavilion portion and a few people in my office didn't realize that the future addition was going to be an inpatient hospital. They said they may run into a few issues expanding the existing facilities to serve a hospital because they weren't designed for inpatient areas haha, guess we will see.

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4 hours ago, wrldcoupe4 said:

When you say outpatient, do you mean the new tower that was supposed to go near/where the parking decks are located? That was inpatient right?  I always thought ambulatory  = outpatient and that is well on its way.

Yep, sorry. Got my patients mixed up.

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On 2/12/2019 at 7:55 AM, tparkerzut said:

So the word on the street is that this is taking priority over the outpatient tower. The team (architectural and engineering) that was on that project has moved to this one. Meaning the outpatient tower is now a few years a way from happening. However I like the render. My company designed the childrens pavilion portion and a few people in my office didn't realize that the future addition was going to be an inpatient hospital. They said they may run into a few issues expanding the existing facilities to serve a hospital because they weren't designed for inpatient areas haha, guess we will see.

Why though. What kind of scatterbrain thinking process.. I thought the ambulatory/outpatient tower was already deep into the construction process

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