JOHNS HOPKINS ALL CHILDREN’S RESEARCH AND EDUCATION BUILDING
ST. PETERSBURG, FL
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Research and Education Building will be a center for innovation in pediatric education and research where physicians, scientists, and residents will collaborate to promote a team-based approach to the study of medicine and scientific discovery. Construction on the new 7-story, 225,000-square-foot facility began in early 2016 and was completed in 2018. The facility features an open and flexible design that supports collaboration among approximately 200 people that work in the building, with a 250-seat auditorium, research offices, simulation lab, and research lab space.
Skanska USA, HDR Architects and the Johns Hopkins project team worked with MG McGrath Architectural Glass & Glazing on the fabrication and installation of the new All Children’s Research and Education Building’s exterior and interior glass and glazing systems. On the exterior, MG McGrath Architectural Glass & Glazing provided and installed YKK curtainwall glazing systems, pre-glazed windows, a glass canopy, and automatic doors. Additional work scope included the interior storefront, 425 linear feet of glass handrail systems, and all of the glass doors for the ICU and offices.