With over 1,600,000 ft² and over 10,000 tons of structural steel, two connected 12-story towers, at the time of construction, the facility was one of the largest health-care projects in the US.
The John’s Hopkins Hospital
- Location: Baltimore, MD
- Year: 2007-2008
- Tonnage: 13 000 tons
The hospital includes 560 private patient rooms, 33 operating rooms, and emergency room able to accommodate 110,000 annual visits. One intent in the planning was to utilize art and design to boost the healing process.
The project is highlighted in an article in the Modern Steel Construction magazine, November 2008 issue.
At the time of detailing this was the largest project detailed by Prodraft. We credit this project in beginning expansive growth in our company. It has led the way to our portfolio growing to contain many large and very high profile and complex projects.
MSC Magazine 2018 (https://www.aisc.org/globalassets/modern-steel/archives/2008/11/2008v11_two_towers.pdf)
“These buildings (…) are symbols of Johns Hopkins’ enduring commitment to our patients and our community” – Ron Daniels, President of Johns Hopkins University