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HOK-Designed Health Sciences Pavilion Takes Two LABC Awards

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The HOK Los Angeles-designed Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center received the “Community Impact Award” and the “Under Construction – Healthcare Award” as part of the 41st annual Los Angeles Business Council’s Architectural Awards.

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Hathaway Dinwiddie is the general contractor on the project, which is slated to open in 2013.

According to the architectural judges, the 11-story pavilion’s “outstanding design and construction will ensure the excellence of pavilion visitors’ experiences as they flow with ease through a spacious plaza reception area, outpatient clinics, diagnostic and imaging facilities, a pharmacy, an education center, research laboratories, a café, three-floors of underground parking and two connecting pedestrian bridges.”

The 440,000-square-foot pavilion is rising at the southwest corner of San Vicente Boulevard and Gracie Allen Drive on Cedars-Sinai’s 24-acre campus adjacent to West Hollywood and Beverly Hills. According to HOK, with its shimmering, double-glass and stone-clad walls, the new structure will be decidedly green, meeting LEED gold certification standards.

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