Project Overview
 

The Campus Renewal Project is a long-term project to transform Washington University Medical Center (WUMC) through new construction and renovations. The campus is vast and includes Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. Campus Renewal encompasses the three institutions with an overall focus on improving the patient and family experience from both a clinical and campus perspective. At BJC HealthCare, we are committed to improving the health and well-being of the people and communities we serve. 

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Did You Know

Barnes-Jewish Hospital is building 545,000 square feet of new construction.

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The new staff garage on Duncan Avenue east of Taylor will hold 3,000 cars.

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Artifacts from Jewish Hospital and Jewish College of Nursing will be preserved and incorporated into new buildings.

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A hospital in India received more than 5,000 medical textbooks and periodicals from the Barnes-Jewish Hospital north campus library.

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Approximately 700,000 square feet of new construction is planned for the North Campus.

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Demolished brick and concrete and other masonry rubble can be buried on the construction site during foundation back-filling.

Project Facts

Over the next decade, the Washington University Medical Center campus will be transformed by renovations and new construction at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children's Hospital as part of the Campus Renewal Project. We will create an environment and experience for patients that match the excellence in medical care they expect.

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Web Cams 

 

Watch the Campus Renewal Project live - from demolition through construction - as Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children's Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine embark on a long-term project to renew the medical center campus.

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News
Michael Scott, an architect with Grice Group Architects, grew up sketching everything from buildings to people to cars and more, eventually leading him to a career as an architect.
With three floors of the new Barnes-Jewish Hospital north campus tower dedicated to inpatient cancer care, planners and project managers sought the perspective of patients and family caregivers – those who spent days and weeks in the ...