VCU Health’s Adult Outpatient Pavilion is Now Open

The VCU Health Outpatient Tower in Downtown Richmond is now open! Schnabel Engineering was the geotechnical engineer of record on this 17-story, 615,000-square-foot, $383.9 million dollar project. The building is a fully dedicated tower for outpatient oncology care and includes:

  • Plentiful and convenient parking (parking deck with more than 1,000 spaces), with easy elevator access direct to your destination
  • A wide array of outpatient clinics, as well as women’s services, all in the building
  • Easy access to VCU Massey Cancer Center’s outpatient care, including clinics, medical infusion and radiation oncology, for patients and family members
  • Co-located services to ensure efficiency and collaboration between specialties
  • Convenient diagnostic testing, with on-site laboratory and medical imaging services
  • Healing and welcoming green spaces to comfort patients and families

“It is rewarding to see this amazing new building open, adding to the world class VCU Health facilities in downtown Richmond. Projects like this, where I can see an unquestionable improvement in the city in which I live and work, are highly motivating,” said Nate Dumas, project manager of the VCU Health Adult Outpatient Pavilion project. “It was a pleasure working with Hourigan Construction, Walter P. Moore, Schnabel Geostructural Design and Construction, Sixense, and Berkel on this project.”

Projects like this, where I can see an unquestionable improvement in the city in which I live and work, are highly motivating.