The Hale Building for Transformative Medicine is comprised of preclinical and clinical research laboratory facilities, as well as clinical space with imaging suites and associated support space.
The facility serves every phase in medicine, from research through clinical application. Utilizing an innovative hybrid up/up construction method, the building stands 13 stories high with a 460-space below-grade parking structure. The building includes a vivarium, research laboratories, imaging suites, clinical research areas, and support space. The building also features a 4MW Gas Reciprocating Engine Co-Generation plant. Although not formally delivered under an Integrated Project Delivery arrangement, Suffolk’s team collaborated closely with the design partners and owner, utilizing Lean practices such as Co-Location, Pull-planning, and Target Value Design.
- Sector Healthcare,
- Owner Brigham and Women’s Hospital
- Architect NBBJ
- Square Feet 680,000
- LEED Status Gold