Weill Cornell Medicine Capital Planning is an active and dynamic department, working with all other clinical, investigational, educational and administrative departments on a variety of space needs. Our portfolio includes approximately 75 active planning, design and construction projects.
Located centrally on campus with access to the Belfer Research building via an exterior 2nd floor terrace, Lasdon House was a prime candidate for renovation to help meet the need for more academic...
Currently underway, this project involves the renovation of the 6th Floor of a medical office building in lower Manhattan.
The goal of this project is a renovation and expansion of existing student facilities within Weill Cornell’s main campus.
The growth of the Ronald O. Perelman and Claudia Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine created the need for a larger clinical office in downtown Manhattan.
This project involved the relocation of Weill Cornell’s Radiation Oncology Research Department into the first and second floors of the E Building on main campus.
When Weill Cornell’s Physician Assistants Program began to outgrow its current location, new space was identified at this landmark high-rise commercial building in Midtown Manhattan.
This project involved the build-out of approximately 7,000 SF of clinical space on the ground floor of a mid-rise commercial building.
Weill Cornell Imaging at NewYork-Presbyterian (WCINYP) operates multiple sites throughout New York City, continuing their expansion with the Article 28 Imaging Center at 53 Beekman Street to...
This project will create approximately 3,400 square feet of space to accommodate the offices for Technology Transfer and a new entrepreneurship laboratory (eLab) for the Bio-...
20,000 square feet of space was constructed for the Sean Parker Institute for the Voice and the comprehensive multidisciplinary Brain and Spine Center.