The Center for Advanced Surgical Services, adjacent to Grady Memorial Hospital’s main campus in Atlanta, Georgia, will be constructed by a joint venture between Skanska, and H. J. Russell & Company. The free-standing, 10-story, 576,960-square-foot structure will cost $151 million. HOK Architects is serving as architect on the project.
The CASS will include 264,000 square feet of occupied space for several outpatient clinics, and it will be the site of all of its outpatient surgeries. The center will expand Grady Health’s ability to serve patients at the main campus, offering 25% more operating room capacity and 45% more clinical capacity.
Among the technological and environmental components to be built into the center is a system to allow the harvesting and storing of rainwater from the entire block for reuse.
Construction is expected to be completed by the end of the first quarter 2022.