OHSU Center for Health & Healing

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OHSU Center for Health and Healing
OHSU Building 1 South Waterfront 2.JPG
OHSU Building 1 South Waterfront 2
OHSU Center for Health & Healing is located in Portland, Oregon
OHSU Center for Health & Healing
Location in Portland
General information
Type Medical Facility
Location 3303 Southwest Bond Avenue
Portland, Oregon
Coordinates 45°29′56″N 122°40′17″W / 45.4988°N 122.6713°W / 45.4988; -122.6713Coordinates: 45°29′56″N 122°40′17″W / 45.4988°N 122.6713°W / 45.4988; -122.6713
Completed 2006
Cost $140 million
Owner Oregon Health & Science University
Management CB Richard Ellis
Technical details
Floor count 16
Floor area 412,000 sq ft (38,300 m2)
Design and construction
Architect GBD Architects
Developer Gerding Edlen
Main contractor Hoffman Construction
References
[1]

Oregon Health & Science University's (OHSU) Center for Health & Healing is a 412,000-square-foot (38,300 m2) medical building in the South Waterfront district of Portand, Oregon.[1] It is connected to the main OHSU campus by the Portland Aerial Tram.[2]

History[edit]

The OHSU Center for Health & Healing was completed in 2006, designed by GBD Architects and constructed by Hoffman Construction.[3] It took 3 years to complete, with construction beginning in 2003, and cost a total of $140 million.[1][4] In February 2007, the building was granted LEED Platinum status, becoming the largest health care facility in the United States to earn LEED's highest rating.[2]

Details[edit]

Of the facility’s 16 floors, eight floors are dedicated to physician practice, surgery, and imaging, three floors house the March Wellness Fitness Center, four are home to education and research facilities, and the ground level contains an optical shop, a pharmacy, and a café.[1][5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Staff. "OHSU Center for Health & Healing: A Post-Occupancy Evaluation" (PDF). Betterbricks. 
  2. ^ a b Gragg, Randy (October 2007). "Case Study: Center For Health And Healing". GreenSource. 
  3. ^ Goldfield, Robert (July 7, 2010). "OHSU building snags major award". Portland Business Journal. Retrieved 20 May 2014. 
  4. ^ Staff. "OHSU History". OHSU. 
  5. ^ Staff. "March Wellness Fitness Center". OHSU. 

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