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The Brigham Building for the Future will bring 675,000 square feet of translational research and clinical space to Brigham and Women's Hospital. With occupancy planned for fall 2016, the 11-story Brigham Building for the Future will house eight floors of research laboratories, two floors of clinics, a state- of-the-art imaging facility, a conference and teaching center, and a 400-car garage, along with associated site improvements. It connects to the existing hospital campus via the "Pike," a quarter-mile-long pedestrian circulation system, which the new building now anchors. Designed to achieve LEED Gold certification, the Building for the Future includes an innovative façade and massing that bring much-needed daylight into the building. The new building is designed to foster translational medicine—bringing discoveries from the laboratory bench to patients—to solve neurologic, orthopedic, and rheumatologic puzzles. Flexible clinic plans maximize collaboration between disciplines, providing the highest quality, "one-stop" multidisciplinary care for patients with complex conditions. Components Research laboratories, infusion suite, imaging, clinics, conference center, faculty offices, 400-car parking garage NBBJ Services Full architectural design, interior design, medical planning, lighting Size Total size: 675,000 GSF / 383,000 NSF Floors: 12 above grade Parking spaces: 400 Schedule Project start date: 1/2012 Construction start date: 6/2013 Occupancy: Fall 2016 Research Spaces • Advanced imaging floor includes one CT, three 3T MRIs, one 1.5T MRI, one 7T MRI • 8 floors of light-filled labs • Clinical research center Staff and Public Amenities • Lobby/reception area • A two-story, light-filled atrium/cafe that completes the Pike corridor that connects all of BWH's buildings • A rooftop garden that opens from the conference center, where investigators can formally meet to share discoveries. The flexible space accommodates 100 people and can be divided into smaller rooms Brigham and Women's Hospital Brigham Building for the Future

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