Westlake Reed Leskosky
Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic have entered into a partnership to own and operate the university’s new health education campus, which will be located in the heart of the world-renowned healthcare system’s main campus in downtown Cleveland. This arrangement will bring all students and faculty together in one area, fostering both efficiency and creative collaboration.
The new facility will provide space for all medical, nursing, and dental students who are seeking degrees from CWRU, including students from the university-based program and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine.
The campus will feature:
- classrooms and lecture halls
- teaching labs and virtual anatomy space
- a medical library
- student lounge/study space
- food service
- administrative support/office space
- building support services
Donley’s concrete division’s scope of work will include:
- basement and tunnel hydraulic mat slabs
- basement and tunnel walls
- columns and piers
- shear/core walls
- structural deck at basement and tunnel lids
- core landing and roof slabs
- basement interstitial fill and slab on grade
- spread footings and grade beams
- basement and tunnel waterproofing and joint sealants
Donleys was the General Contractor for this new parking garage located adjacent to the Quicken Loans Arena in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The six-level, 330,000-square-foot facility is constructed of post-tensioned, cast-in-place concrete and can accommodate 1,100 vehicles. Vertical passenger access to each parking level is achieved via glass-enclosed stair towers equipped with electric traction elevators. The exterior walls are open above concrete sill walls to permit natural ventilation. An elevated pedestrian bridge, which connects the garage to the arena, was included in the project.
Donley’s was the General Contractor for this new 1,628-car parking structure, located within the University Hospitals district, serving both staff and visitors. Constructed of post-tensioned, cast-in-place concrete, the eight supported levels have horizontal traffic surfaces finished with microsilica concrete. Vertical passenger access to each parking level within the 500,000 sq. ft. structure is achieved via two glass-enclosed stair towers equipped with electric traction elevators. Exterior walls are open above concrete sill walls to permit natural ventilation and exposed concrete vertical wall surfaces are natural concrete.
The Mercy Cancer Center combines state-of-the-art technology with holistic care.
The oncology wing consists of treatment and exam rooms, labs, a pharmacy, and physicians’ offices. The radiation therapy wing houses a simulator, a hot lab, exam rooms, additional physicians’ offices, and two linear accelerator vaults constructed of thick reinforced concrete walls and a concrete roof. Support service areas include offices, a multipurpose resource center.
Holistic care is supported through an art therapy studio and a meditation room. Design and construction of the landscape features a healing garden, walking trails, and an 11-circuit Chartes labyrinth. These meditative spaces-for use by patients, staff, and visitors-are augmented by raised beds, a water feature to screen off-site noise, and areas for group gatherings.
This free-standing, single-story ambulatory same-day surgery facility houses:
- patient examination rooms
- three operating rooms and related areas
- patient pre-op rooms
- patient recovery areas
- an endoscopy room
- two semi-private overnight rooms
In addition to building operations areas, support spaces include:
- the main registration and waiting lobby
- radiology room
- medical supplies storage
- medical and administrative staff offices