The HOPE Tower at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, New Jersey has been awarded the Alliance for Action’s 2018 Distinguished Engineering Award.
Dewberry provided surveying; site/civil, geotechnical and traffic engineering, as well as landscape architecture and environmental services for JSUMC’s new $265-million development. The 300,000-square-foot facility includes the HOPE Tower and a nine-level parking garage with more than 1,500 parking spaces. The firm also supported JSUMC with demolition of a senior housing complex that occupied the development site and offsite water, sewer and roadway improvements to support the development.
The tower, which opened in June 2018, provides a healing outpatient experience for the community, a cancer center, advanced imaging technologies, research services and medical education programs, faculty physician offices, an amphitheater and a high-tech simulation laboratory.
LF Driscoll served as general contractor on the project and WHR Architects as the architect.