NPH – Alexandra and Steven Cohen Hospital – New York - Project Profile
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NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital (NPH) is planning to build a hospital in New York , the US.
The project involves the construction of a 22,901m2, six-story hospital comprising 175 beds. It includes the construction of 75 private rooms, 60 private neonatal intensive care bassinets, 16 labor and delivery rooms, five C-section suites, five post-acute care bays, 14 ultrasound rooms, operating theaters, parking spaces and related facilities.
In January 2016, NPH received US$75 million gift from Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation for the development of the project.
HOK Group, Inc. has been appointed as architect and Ballinger as medical architect
Pei Cobb Freed & Partners has been appointed as design consultantScope
The project involves the construction of a 22,901m2, six-story hospital comprising 175 beds in New York, the US.
The US$100 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 75 private rooms and well-baby bassinets
2. Construction of 60 private neonatal intensive care bassinets
3. Construction of 16 labor and delivery rooms
4. Construction of five C-section suites
5. Construction of five post-acute care bays
6. Construction of 14 ultrasound rooms
7. Construction of parking spaces
8. Construction of related facilities
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