Draper Aden Associates has provided site planning and engineering services to the Virginia Commonwealth University Children’s Hospital of Richmond Pavilion. The 640,000 SF outpatient facility is located on Broad Street in downtown Richmond between 10th and 11th Streets. It is adjacent to the current Children’s Pavilion. The services provided for this project include: site demolition plans, removal of portions of the existing Children’s pavilion, temporary building access and utility services. This new construction includes a 600-car parking garage with four-levels below grade and three above ground, extensive streetscapes and coordination with utilities and vehicular access, and underground connection to other services and utilities in the Medical College of Virginia Campus via a tunnel under 11th Street.
We have a long history working with public and private institutional clients such as: K-12 school systems, higher education institutions, state agencies, museums, cultural facilities, and healthcare. DAA has also provided site planning and engineering services for the new Virginia Treatment Center for Children (VTCC) facility located adjacent to the existing Children’s Hospital of Richmond on Brook Road on Sherwood Avenue in the City of Richmond. The facility consists of a 32-bed facility and supporting infrastructure expandable to 48 beds. Our has created created a long lasting relationships and a positive impact for clients in the health care sector.
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University Children’s Pavilion
Charlie Kreye, PE.
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Site Development and Infrastructure