Cleveland Clinic
Taussig Cancer Center
Cleveland, OH

Bringing together patient treatment programs into one centralized location, the new Cleveland Clinic Cancer Building helps improve the patient experience and increase interaction among caregivers. Located on the Cleveland Clinic’s 168 acre main campus along the East Crile Mall, the project reinforces the Cleveland Clinic Masterplan’s green spine. The 377,000 square foot multidisciplinary Cancer Building includes 126 exam rooms, 98 infusion bays, six linear accelerators, seven procedure rooms, and a Gamma Knife room. The prominent cantilevered glass façade and extensive use of glass on the north and south facades will fill the building with daylight – in patient corridors, in all infusion rooms, at care stations, and in team workrooms. The project opened in March, 2017.

This project was built using the Cleveland Clinic version of an IPD process called the Owner Controlled Team Project Delivery system (OCTPD). Please see the link below to the ABX Boston 2018 presentation about this IPD system.The Healthcare Architect is Stantec.

In the team photo, see the Cleveland Clinic’s form of IPD called the Owner Controlled Team Project Delivery system (OCTPD).

2017 AIA, New England Design Merit Award
2017 AIA Pittsburgh Architecture Design Honor Award
2017 Construction Management Association of America Building Excellence Award
2017 IIDA Healthcare Interior Design Award
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