PHOENIX, Ariz. – Construction of a new outpatient cancer center at the Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix (Arizona) campus recently reached its topping out milestone, marking placement of the last steel beam on the project.
The three-story facility takes the place of two buildings that previously occupied the space. The project consolidates radiation oncology, medical/surgical oncology and infusion therapy on the first floor, with two additional levels to accommodate future growth.
The project designer is HKS Architects and is built by Kitchell.
To date, the project incorporates:
4,610 yards of concrete or 18,670,500 pounds
229,333 feet of rebar end-to-end or 43.5 miles
924,000-pounds of structural steel