The Virginia Mason East Tower is a project consisting of a 320,000- sq ft, ten-story hospital in Seattle, There will be three floors below-grade, housing emergency fuel storage, a central utility plant, and a portion of central sterile storage and distribution. The seven-floor concrete structure above-grade includes an interstitial space above a portion of each floor tenant improvement area. The 165,539 sq ft of tenant improvements will include a Procedure and Operating Room floor, Emergency Department, Critical Care Unit, and a Patient Bed Floor. Also included in the project are connections at each floor to the existing hospital tower adjacent to the addition, and a new lobby entrance. The team will be utilizing a Building Integrated Model (BIM), and design-assist subcontractors.

Virginia Mason Hospital Addition
Key Players

Name of Project: Virginia Mason Hospital Addition
Location: Seattle WA
Owner: Virginia Mason Medical Center
Architect: NBBJ
General Contractor: Skanska USA Building Inc.
Engineers or Other Design Consultants: NBBJ, MKA, Notkin, Sparling
Subcontractor(s): MacDonald Miller, Veca Electric, Patriot Fire Protection, Malcolm Drilling, CTI, McClone Construction, Fairweather Masonry, Northshore Sheetmetal, Goldfinch Glass, King Concrete, Brundage-Bone, Waynes Roofing, Expert Drywall.
Total Construction Cost: $141 million
Construction Start Date: February 2008
Expected Completion Date: April 2010