Brooklyn, NY

NYU Langone Cobble Hill, Ambulatory Care Center

Scope/Solutions

Needing to expand and limited by its campus constraints, NYU Langone decided to develop a new ambulatory care center in Cobble Hill. The five-story structure replaces an existing Long Island College Hospital building and brings a new emergency department, outpatient surgery center, cancer center, and diagnostic imaging center to the neighborhood. SGH consulted on the building enclosure design for the glass-clad structure.

SGH consulted on the facade, including custom, unitized aluminum-framed fenestration, metal panels, and fiber-reinforced cement rainscreen panels. We worked closely with the design team and helped them with the following:

  • Selecting wall systems and materials
  • Developing details for the wall systems and transitions to adjacent enclosure systems
  • Preparing project specifications related to the facade work
  • Collaborating with a design-assist contractor to further refine the design
  • Evaluating the building enclosure for compliance with the energy code

Project Summary

completion-date

2018

Completion Date
construction-value

120M

Construction Value
Solutions
New Construction
Services
Building Enclosures
Markets
Health Care & Life Sciences
Client(s)
Perkins Eastman Architects
Specialized Capabilities
Facades & Glazing