Dayton Children's Hospital Expansion

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Heapy Engineering is providing Mechanical-Electrical and Technology design services for the $140 million main campus expansion at Dayton Children’s Hospital.  The scope of work related to the project includes:

  • Construction of a new Central Plant and Data Center
  • Construction of a new, 8-story, 260,000 SF Inpatient Tower with adjacent Winter Garden
  • Partial demolition and renovation of existing facilities, including the Barney Building, Support Services Building, and the space adjacent to the Beerman Pavilion
  • Interior renovations of the First Level of the Beerman Pavilion

The hospital’s board of trustees approved the long-range facility and campus renewal plan to address aging facilities approaching the end of useful life for the delivery of clinical care.  About 70 percent of the hospital’s facilities just off Valley Street at 1 Children’s Plaza have been around for more than 35 years.

The new facilities will accommodate the latest critical services for delivery of comprehensive care to kids with cancer and to critically-ill newborns.

The project is expected to be completed in 2017.

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