A ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held for The Jersey Shore University Medical Center’s new 10 story HOPE Tower on the center’s east campus, located in Neptune City, New Jersey. The tower provides a healing outpatient experience for the community, a cancer center, advanced imaging technologies, research services and medical education programs, faculty physician offices, an amphitheater and a high-tech simulation laboratory.
Dewberry provided surveying; site/civil, geotechnical and traffic engineering and landscape architecture and environmental services for JSUMC’s new $265-million development. The 300,000-square-foot facility includes the HOPE Tower and a nine-level parking garage with more than 1,500 parking spaces. The firm also supported JSUMC with demolition of a senior housing complex that occupied the development site and offsite water, sewer and roadway improvements to support the development.
In addition to Dewberry, EYP Inc. provided architecture for the project; B R + A provided mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering services and Walter P Moore provided structural engineering. LF Driscoll served as the construction manager, with Stantec as the project manager.