Comer Children's Hospital, University of Chicago Hospitals

The new Comer Children’s Hospital at the University of Chicago Medical Center provides an ultra-modern yet child-friendly setting for all inpatient children’s health services. Many of the unusual components are the result of input from the Kids’ Advisory Board, a group of current and former patients who provided the design team with the child’s perspective on a hospital stay.

The building, completed in June 2005, is a 242,000 sq. ft., 155-bed, 7-story facility that will more than double the size of the existing facility one block away. The project was made possible, in part, by a gift of $21 million from Gary C. and Frances Comer. Mr. Comer founded Lands’ End.

VDA provided full consulting services through construction administration for two (2) in-ground hydraulic service elevators one (1) geared traction service elevator, and five (5) geared traction passenger elevators.

Project Info

Service Type

New Construction

Client

University Of Chicago Medical Center

Size

242,000sf

Project Type

Healthcare

Equipment Type

Elevators

Location

Chicago, IL

Completion Year

2005

Cost

$130 Million