To meet demand, the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla., added a seventh and eighth floor to its existing 730,000-sq-ft hospital, which had been designed to accommodate additional floors. The expansion added two patient floors totaling 112,000 sq ft as well as 90 beds; replaced or added mechanical systems, elevators and stairways; and renovated 20,000 sq ft of existing space. Because this was an addition, the project team was able to make improvements to the original building's design while also upgrading materials and making technological advancements.

Photo courtesy of Robins and Morton
Robins and Morton's expansion of the Mayo Clinic's Jacksonville, Fla., facility earned an Award of Merit in the health care category.

Award of Merit, Health Care — Mayo Clinic, 7th and 8th Floor Addition, Jacksonville, Fla.

Key Players

Contractor Robins & Morton, Orlando

Owner Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Fla.

Architect Perkins+Will, Jacksonville, Fla.

Structural Engineer Walter P. Moore, Tampa

MEP Engineer Newcomb & Boyd, Atlanta

Civil Engineer Prosser Hallock, Jacksonville, Fla.


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