The Johns Hopkins Hospital Outpatient Center

Clark's Preconstruction Department, working closely with our architectural and engineering team, provided early value engineering suggestions and job budgeting so that we understood job cost as early and completely as possible.
Sally MacConnell, Vice President, Facilities, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
850,000 Square Feet
Year Completed: 

Constructed in 1992, the Johns Hopkins Hospital Outpatient Center provided the hospital with a new 454,000 square-foot Ambulatory Care Building.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital Outpatient Center project was divided in two phases. In Phase I, the project team constructed a parking garage with 1,360 spaces. Phase II consisted of the construction of the Ambulatory Care Structure. The facility includes two MRIs, two CAT Scans, four audiology booths, 38 radiology exam rooms, one nuclear medicine room, and eight operating rooms. In addition, an underground concourse provides a link to the main hospital buildings and to the Baltimore subway.

Site access and storage was limited during construction, and there was heavy foot traffic from the garage, the medical school, and the main campus. Clark managed these challenges and ensured the safety of pedestrians.