Englewood-based architectural firm Ron Schmidt & Associates (RSA) is selected as the architect for the new $50-million Winthrop University Hospital Cancer Building in Mineola, Long Island.
The project consists of a major consolidation of most of Winthrop University Hospital’s Outpatient Cancer Care facilities, from multiple campus locations into one building in the heart of the hospital campus, providing a virtual one-stop treatment center close to public transportation and a connected garage.
While some existing facilities will remain in the building and get an interior design refreshing, many new ones will be relocated and be designed from scratch. The overall project comprises approximately 60,000 square feet.
RSA was commissioned to design this project based on the firm’s success of its prior, but similar and larger, $250-million HackensackUMC John Theurer Cancer Building.Related Articles: