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The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Inpatient Hospital
The new inpatient hospital at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center will offer a unique approach to healing, assessing and teaching. This $1.79 billion addition is slated to open in 2026. At 1.9-million square feet, it will be The Ohio State’s largest single-facilities project.
Connecting the ASU campus with downtown Tempe, this $125 million project is part of a public-private partnership between the university and the city. Groundbreaking on the 16-story Omni Tempe Hotel at ASU began in summer 2021 and is slated for completion in spring 2023. The design team is targeting LEED Silver certification.
The nearly 480,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art San Antonio State Hospital will be a welcome addition to the healthcare landscape in the Lone Star State when it is completed in 2024. The fully modernized hospital will replace an existing, outdated psychiatric facility in San Antonio, TX. It is a joint project between the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Dubbed Boston’s “next great public space,” Winthrop Center will invigorate the city’s financial district. When completed, this 1.8-million square feet of residential, business and retail space will meet LEED Platinum standards. Meeting even more rigorous certifications, the Winthrop Center will be the largest Passive House office building in the world. It is slated to be a year-round premier gathering place for art shows and farmer’s markets along with permanent retail shops and restaurants.
The $1.5 billion terminal expansion project is dubbed ‘Build KCI.’ When completed, a single modern terminal will replace the outdated three-terminal complex built in 1972. To ensure the new one-million-square-foot facility will withstand the test of time, it will have 39 gates – with the flexibility to expand to 50 in the future – and a 6,000-space garage. On schedule to open in early 2023, it will be one of the country’s most technologically advanced airport terminals and set new standards for accessibility and inclusivity.
Slated for completion in July 2022, Block 185 will offer spectacular skyline views. The iconic building with glass walls will be shaped with a sweeping sail-like curve – eternally catching a breeze from the nearby Lady Bird Lake. When completed, it will rise to 594 feet, making it the fourth tallest office tower in downtown Austin. It has a LEED Gold objective.