Part of Stony Brook University, the largest single-site employer in Long Island, New York, Stony Brook Medicine integrates and elevates education, research, patient and community care through its five health sciences schools and Stony Brook University Hospital. Working collaboratively with Pelli, Clarke, Pelli, our team provided planning, design and construction administrative services for a 465,000-square-foot addition to Stony Brook University Hospital which includes the new 240,000-square-foot Medical and Research Translation (MART) building and a 225,000-square-foot beds support tower. The building is a transformational model for cancer research and treatment, providing an environment for researchers and doctors to collaborate, investigate and innovate in developing breakthrough cancer medicines, treatments and cures.
Funded by the State of New York’s 2020 Challenge Grant, the MART wing houses the university’s new headquarters for cancer research, advanced experimental medical imaging, and cancer care with 25 cancer research laboratories, a 30-room oncology clinic, a 30-station clinical infusion center and cancer testing lab, an 11-room private pediatric infusion suite with exam rooms and injection and port flush areas, a United States Pharmacopeia 797 pharmacy, and a three-bay urgent care suite. The MART also houses a cyclotron and PET/MRI (positron emission tomography / magnetic resonance imaging) testing for humans and for primates. Medical education spaces include a 300-seat auditorium, breakout rooms for smaller conferences, 12 classrooms, 90,000 square feet. of wet and dry research laboratories, a wellness center with resource areas, multipurpose spaces, holistic therapy rooms, and offices for support care staff members.
The new support wing addresses deficiencies in the existing hospital, including the need for space for modern medical and surgical beds, clinical departments, and open-heart surgery and neurology units. The 150-bed tower was designed to house the new Children’s Hospital and cardiology, imaging, neuro intensive care, and surgical intensive care units in an adaptable bed environment. This 10-story tower serves as the first phase of a full 500-bed tower. The new building connects beds to existing materials management and major diagnostic and treatment spaces in the main hospital.
State University of New York at Stony Brook
- Interior design
- Planning and programming
- Medical planning
- Medical engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Structural engineering
- Cost estimating
- Strategic operations planning