Dayton Children's Patient Tower Fact Sheet
Project: Campus renewal plan
Construction Launch: March 2014
- Data center and generator plant - Fall 2014
- Patient care spaces - Spring 2017
Architecture: FKP Architects will lead the development of the long-range plan. Ruetschle Architects and Champlin
Architects have teamed up to act as the local architectural groups for the project.
Construction Manager: Danis Building Construction Company
- Heapy Engineering (Dayton): plumbing, electrical and HVAC design
- Kleinger’s Engineering: (West Chester): civil engineering and site work
- Shell & Meyer (Dayton): structural engineering
Location: The new patient care spaces will be located in the center of the hospital’s current Valley Street campus.
Primary Use: Inpatient care
Building Features and Services: At this time, plans call for co-locating hematology/oncology inpatient and outpatient to deliver comprehensive care in one location with space for enhanced patient and family services and space for children to play in isolation. The current plan also calls for the PICU/IMCU and NICU to move into the new tower. There will also be three floors of shell space for future needs. However, the exact location of what units will be on what floors is not yet finalized.
Area: 260,000 square feet; eight stories
Project Cost: $140 million– The project will be paid for with a combination of cash reserves, tax-exempt debt and philanthropy.
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