The 12-story, 264-bed facility will include a neurosciences center, cardiovascular and thoracic care services, 20 surgical suites, and three interventional radiology suites.
The care pavilion is adjacent to the U-M Health Frankel Cardiovascular Center. Future bridge and tunnel connections are planned to link the two facilities.
Designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification, the pavilion is expected to exceed current energy efficiency standards by 20 percent compared to the State of Michigan’s building code for energy performance.
The project team comprises HOK (programming, master planning, architectural design, interior design and structural design; St. Louis), AEI (mechanical and electrical engineer; Champaign, Ill.), Beckett & Raeder (civil engineer; Ann Arbor), and Barton Malow (construction manager; Detroit).
It is slated to open in the fall 2025.