M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Pavilion Project
Houston, Texas

The Pavilion Project will provide a new, enlarged operating and interventional platform for surgeons, endovascular surgeons and interventional radiologists to perform procedures. This nine level facility, includes a basement expansion of CS/Materials, a new two story main entrance, lobby, and patient drop off area and two interventional platform floors. The third floor includes six interventional imaging suites and a hybrid OR. The fifth floor includes six new operating rooms, with an intra-operative CT, blood bank, OR pharmacy and PACU, Prep/Recovery beds. 

Mitchell has integrated campus standards and leveraged GPO relationships and timing of capital purchases. Mitchell arranged for a full size mock up with six light and boom vendors and facilitated a comprehensive selection for Pavilion and 35 existing OR upgrades. Mitchell has additional work on campus including completion of the Children's Cancer Hospital, Adult ICU, Intermediate Care Renovations, and a new outpatient imaging center. 

Project Size: 
125,000 square feet
Project Cost: 
$200 Million
Equipment Budget: 
$25 Million
Mitchell Services: 
Planning / Procurement / Installation
Schedule: 
Design 2011 \ Opening 2015
Project Team: 
HKS/McCarthy / CCRD / Sparling / SMW
Project Type: 
Academic Medical Center
Specialty
Cancer Center
Expansion
Renovation