Cancer Treatment Centers of America Parking Structure Zion, IL
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center was in need of additional parking to accommodate a substantial increase in patient population. CTCA turned to the raSmith structural engineering team to address its current parking needs and plan for its future expansion.
The result is a new precast concrete parking ramp adjacent to the medical facility. The ramp occupies five levels and includes 905 parking spaces. The 307,000-square-foot structure is designed for vertical expansion and a future skywalk. This multi-phase construction project also incorporated two underground stormwater detention vaults to address runoff concerns for both current and future build-out on the campus. The project was successfully completed within budget.
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