Suburban Hospital Campus Enhancement Phase 2

Bethesda, Maryland
Johns Hopkins Health System
300,000 Square Feet
Year Completed: 
LEED Silver (targeted)

Clark is constructing a 300,000 square-foot addition to Suburban Hospital and performing renovations to the existing facility as part of a phased project that will allow the hospital to remain fully operational throughout construction.

To prepare for the addition, Clark’s team is excavating 90,000 cubic yards of soil on the active hospital campus. The addition features private patient rooms, pre- and post-operative areas, a new main lobby, education and conference center, and physician offices, and administrative spaces. The project team also will construct 2 catheterization labs and 14 advanced OR suites to accommodate surgical care technology innovations, including intraoperative imaging and robotics.

Clark also will renovate the hospital’s dining area and other areas within the existing facility utilizing pre-fabricated infection control barrier walls to maintain patient safety. The project team will construct a new soiled loading dock and will excavate a new connector tunnel and bridge, as well as re-build the hospital's existing clean loading dock.

The project is designed to achieve LEED® Silver certification.

Clark Foundations, Metro Earthworks, and Clark Concrete are part of the project team and will perform support of excavation, excavation and cast-in-place concrete work, respectively.