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Robert Wood Johnson University – Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital

More space and a new face

New Brunswick, New Jersey

On the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital campus, the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital (BMSCH) handles pediatric care from neonatal to intensive. They have general medical/surgery units and oncology units as well. When they planned to expand the BMSCH, they called on us for project management and architecture services.

We were the original architects for a vertical expansion of the BMSCH as well as their NICU, Level II Nursery, and Pediatric Catheterization Suite. Our job this time? A seventh-floor shell space in the BMSCH plus a vertical expansion to an adjacent roof area. And in that, there was a great opportunity.

Using the vertical expansion, the main façade of the building was redefined and enhanced to better convey the hospital’s identity and pediatric nature. We also expanded a glass atrium to include a family lounge.

With the fit-out’s six pediatric operating rooms, ten PACU (post only) recovery bays, and five Stage 2 recovery bays, this project is enhancing the pediatric care experience for patients and their family members.

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