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CRE Awards 2019: Best Medical Project

USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience

Location: 1002 Childs Way, Los Angeles

Developer: University of Southern California

Contractor: DPR Construction

Architect: HOK

Subcontractors: John A Martin & Associates | KPFF Consulting Engineers | HLB Lighting Design

Michelson Hall houses the new state-of-the-art Center for Convergent Bioscience at USC and stands in the southwest quadrant of the University Park Campus, home to the science and engineering buildings, and houses 20 to 30 principal investigators with laboratories employing hundreds of researchers and students. The four-story, 190,000 square foot research building is the future catalyst for discoveries in biological science, imaging, engineering, nanofabrication and collaborative cross-disciplinary studies. The building houses 30 labs, Class 100 and 1,000 Nanotechnology cleanrooms, imaging suites, and a large conference and classroom center on the first floor. Michelson Hall is a world-class center of the accelerating convergence between the biosciences and engineering, conducting cutting-edge bioscience and bio-engineering research that will lead to breakthrough innovations for advancing human health. The building organization is designed to facilitate efficient and highly flexible research spaces as well as create areas to foster collaboration and convergence across scientific disciplines.

USC Norris Healthcare Consultation Center

Location: 1516 San Pablo St., Los Angeles

Developer: University of Southern California

Contractor: DPR Construction

Architect: HKS Architects

The University of Southern California Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center is a new outpatient cancer care facility in Los Angeles. Occupying 110,000 square feet of USC’s Health Sciences Campus, the center will form a gateway to the outpatient care portion of the campus. Key programmatic elements of the project include multi-disciplinary clinics, infusion facilities and outpatient surgery facilities. Clinical floors focus on collaboration and efficiency, improving patient experience and staff satisfaction.


Downtown West Medical

Developer: Inception Property Group

Contractor: Oltmans Construction Company

Architect: Ware Malcomb

Subcontractors: P2S Engineering | PDS | KPFF Consulting Engineers

Lender: Mutual of Omaha

Providence Breeze Advanced Ambulatory Care Center

Developer: Providence Saint Joseph Health

Contractor: Snyder Langston

Architect: CallisonRTKL

Subcontractors: Briggs Electric | ACCO | John Jory Corporation

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