Institutional

Cleveland Clinic Neurology Institute & Cancer Institute (NICI)

 Cleveland Clinic Neurology Institute & Cancer Institute (NICI) photo
Client:

Skidmore Owings & Merrill, LLP

Owner:

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Location:

Weston, Florida, Broward County

Cost:

$550,000,000

Services:

Planning

Civil Engineering

Environmental

Surveying

Permitting

Site Plans

Construction Services

The NICI building consists of the expansion of the outpatient clinic space at the Cleveland Clinic Weston Florida campus. The proposed clinic building is a five story building of approximately 146,821 gross square feet. It is currently in construction (late 2014) with a goal of achieving a Silver LEED certification. This facility will primarily house outpatient services including a Neurology Center and a Cancer Center. The new building will be connected through walkways or corridors to the existing outpatient clinic building, and eventually to a future planned hospital expansion. The project was designed under a Fast Track approach.

CSA, is a subcontractor to Skidmore, Owens and Merrill (SOM) and is also working directly with Cleveland Clinic Foundation, providing civil engineering support for the development of an overall Master Plan for the expansion of the Weston Campus (60 acres+ total site area), including detailed civil engineering, site design, landscape architecture and environmental permitting services required by the South Florida Water Management District, City of Weston and Broward County for the Neurology and Cancer Institute (NICI) Building. CSA is also providing construction administration services.

The site package included site engineering and construction documents for preparing the new building pad, relocation of an existing lift station and extension of existing utility services, supply of new services, new roadway system, existing parking lot modifications and landscape design construction documents. New parking lot development included more than 1,000 new parking spaces in various surface lots.

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