Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children Case Study

While celebrating their centennial anniversary during the year 2012, The Children's Hospital of Alabama built a 750,000 square-foot, $400 million expansion facility on the health system’s downtown Birmingham campus, named the Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children upon completion.

This expansion enabled Children’s to manage projected growth in patient volume, provide for anticipated medical technology needs and accommodate the  consolidation and expansion of pediatric services.

Children's expansion is the largest health care construction project in Alabama state history and became the state's first LEED Gold certified health care facility. It is 12 stories high and connects with its surrounding structures via elevated enclosed walkways. The exterior features a glass curtain wall and a precast concrete "skin." The structural skeleton is also concrete with most of the building materials made within 200 miles of Birmingham.

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