MFSMC Surgical Pavilion

Project: MFSMC Surgical Pavilion
Location: Baltimore, MD

Design/Construction Team

Architect:
Hord Coplan Macht, Inc.
Baltimore, MD

Installer:
Henry J. Knott Masonry, Inc.
Timonium, MD

General Contractor:
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Towson, MD

NeaCera® Panel Summary

Height: 304.8mm (12”)

Length: 1828.8mm (72”)

Color: Burnt Sienna

Finish: Matte

Shape: Flat-Classic, Grooved

Configuration: Stacked

Weight: 7.5 lbs/SF

Clips: Never on a NeaCera® Project!

Special Conditions: 6’0″ large panels

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Project Summary

MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center is building a new surgical pavilion with 75,000-square-feet of new construction and 600-square-feet of renovation at their Baltimore, MD Rosedale campus. This 2-story building connecting directly to the existing hospital replaces an older facility whose undersized and outdated operating rooms were previously spread across two areas. The new pavilion will feature 14 state-of-the-art operating rooms, consolidating the surgical service line in one location, allowing for greater efficiencies. Estimated at $70-million, this building was designed to optimize surgical processes, safety, and patient outcomes in function, and be a companion to existing buildings on campus in material and form.