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HOUSTON | MD Anderson Ambulatory Care Buildings 2 & 3 | FT | 17 & 19 FLOORS

These buildings were discussed during the May 4-5 meeting of the UT System Board of Regents

A large patient tower to be built elsewhere on the campus was also mentioned during this meeting, though there are few details on it at the moment.

Relevant text from the agenda.

Consistent with the institution's Master Facilities Framework 2030, U. T. M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is proposing to construct two new buildings, Ambulatory Clinical Building 2 (2ACB) and Ambulatory Clinical Building 3 (3ACB). These new buildings are to be located on the institution's Texas Medical Center campus (TMC Campus), south of Holcombe Boulevard and bounded by Pressler Street on the south, Richard J.V. Johnson Avenue on the east, and Fannin Street on the west.

While the project includes two separate buildings with integrated parking garages, 2ACB and 3ACB are expected to be joined at the podium level to form one contiguous ambulatory treatment facility (2/3 ACB) that is proximate to and interconnected with the existing Lowry and Peggy Mays Clinic and the Dan L. Duncan Building. Overall, the 2/3 ACB facility is anticipated to consist of approximately 3,300,000 gross square feet (GSF).

2ACB will consist of 950,000 GSF of clinical and departmental program space located on seventeen floors above grade and 550,000 GSF of parking located on three floors below grade as well as a central parking structure. In total, there will be 1,500 parking spaces added on five levels. 3ACB will consist of 1,500,000 GSF of clinical and departmental program space located on nineteen floors above grade and 300,000 GSF of below-grade parking adding another 785 parking spaces.

The project is also expected to include the construction of two seven-story connectors that will complete a circulation route between 2/3 ACB, the Mays Clinic, and the Duncan Building, forming a complete quadrangle around the central parking structure. The top of the parking structure will align with the existing exterior plaza decks of the Mays Clinic and the Duncan Building to form a raised exterior garden.

If this recommendation is approved, the project is expected to proceed with requested inclusion in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) in August 2023, design development approval in May 2024, construction start in November 2024, and substantial completion in December 2027.
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