UVM Medical Center Cancer Center
A tranquil environment for patient care.
This new 26,000-square-foot cancer center houses dosimetry and patient exam room space, procedure planning and waiting rooms, patient registration, and private changing areas. Work included the installation of three linear accelerator vaults; a highly efficient building envelope with spray foam insulation, continuous air barrier and high-performance glazing. The facility was built into a hillside on the site of a former parking lot, reducing heating and cooling demands. A 22,000-square-foot public green roof garden, located directly above the new cancer center, features a multi-layer roof system and supplements the hospital’s food service.
Extensive excavation and concrete work was completed immediately adjacent to inpatient services and an existing underground parking garage.
This is the first hospital project in Vermont to receive LEED Gold and only the second in New England to achieve this status.
- Open Space Design Award
- LEED Gold
Square-Foot Patient Cancer Center
Square-Foot Green Roof Garden
Vermont Hospital to Achieve LEED Gold
Our project presented a unique set of challenges and the PC team approached those challenges head on while maintaining an awareness of their environment and being respectful of the workflow and access constraints.