The OHSU CHH-S project consists of two new multi-story buildings located on Blocks 28 and 29 of Portland’s South Waterfront. The first is the Center for Health and Healing 2 (CHH2) which is a 15 story ambulatory patient care tower. CHH2 includes patient treatment, surgery, imaging, clinical trials, and a compounding pharmacy that are part of the Knight Cancer Research initiative. The adjacent building, called the Rood Family Pavilion, contains a five story Guest House for patients and their families. The Guest House sits atop six levels of new parking with a conference center at ground level.
A new central utility plant (CUP) for both buildings is located in the Block 29 development and will also provide cooling needs to the existing Center for Health and Healing – North in the near future. A Sky bridge provides access between CHH-South and CHH-North on the fourth level. The Block 28 Guest House is connected on its basement level to Block 29 via an underground tunnel.
Location: Portland, OR
Photo Credit: ZGF Architects
Owner: Oregon Health & Science University
Client: Oregon Health & Science University
Architect: ZGF Architects
General Contractor: Hoffman Construction Co.
MEP Designer: Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
LEED: Gold, with a path to Platinum
Total Project Cost: $340M