Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital- Research and Education Building
St. Petersburg, Florida

On November 20, 2015, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital held a groundbreaking ceremony to highlight its future research and education building.  The 230,000 square-foot, seven-floor facility will connect to the existing outpatient care center, and it will be built on 1.4 acres of land that the All Children’s Hospital acquired from the University of South Florida.  The building will house the research and academic offices of four key institutes: Heart Institute, Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute, Institute for Brain Protection Sciences, and Maternal, Fetal & Neonatal Institute.  The new facility will include space for research, laboratories, education, simulation, collaboration, and administration, as well as a 250-seat auditorium.  The All Children’s Research and Education Building will be a “center of discovery, learning and hope, bringing innovation to St.Petersburg.”

Construction of the $62.7 million project began early 2016 and is expected to be complete by 2018.  Skanska USA Inc. has been selected to provide pre-construction services and construction management for the project.