MSK Commack Regional Cancer Center Renovations
The renovation and expansion of the Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Commack Cancer Center called for an additional 37,000 SF to be added to the existing two-story outpatient building. The three-story expansion included two MRIs, two CTs, one x-ray, one ultrasound, and one interventional radiology suite, bringing the building’s size to 90,000 SF. The new addition also had 18 chemo bays, 23 exam rooms, patient changing rooms, waiting areas, staff lounge, conference room, staff offices, and onsite laboratory. As part of the addition, Hunter Roberts installed two new elevators and new rooftop air handling equipment. The team broke the expansion portion of the project into multiple phases; during the first phase, Hunter Roberts increased patient parking by 121 spaces, built a workshop for facilities storage and mechanical systems, and replaced the sewer treatment plant to accommodate the larger building capacity. The 26,300-SF renovation portion of the project was also phased to as to minimize the impact to ongoing services. Renovation scope includes relocation and upgrading of lymphedema, mammography, and stereotatic services, as well as upgrading the existing chemo bays, exam rooms, waiting areas, and staff offices. This renovation brought research lab and colorectal services to the MSK Commack campus.