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Duke Cancer Care Center

Cooper Robertson

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CRP, Cooper, Robertson & Partners


Project Name

Duke Cancer Care Center

Location

10 Bryan Searle Drive




27710

Project Status

Built

Year Completed

2012

Size

266,000 sq. feet

Construction Cost

$125,000,000

Client/Owner

Duke University Medical Center / Tsoi/Kobus & Associates


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Consultants

  • Building Enclosure/Artwork: Tsoi/Kobus
  • Landscape Architect: Olin Partnership
  • Structural Engineer: Souza True & Partners
  • Electrical Engineer: Bard Rao + Athanas
  • Mechanical Engineer: Bard Rao + Athanas


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Project Description

The Duke Cancer Center is an integral piece of Cooper Robertson’s master plan for the Duke Medical Center and the most recent manifestation of a twenty-year working relationship between Duke and our team. Designed in collaboration with interior architects Tsoi/Kobus, the LEED-NC Gold building represents a new perspective on outpatient cancer care with environments that proactively promote recovery, provide family space, facilitate knowledge-sharing, and enable health care providers to focus on implementing individualized treatment plans.

The Center connects to the inpatient Duke Medicine Pavilion through a new 2-story concourse and to the north end of the outpatient Duke Clinic, also designed by Cooper Robertson. The addition defines a new landscaped open space created as part of the project, the Medical Circle Healing Garden. The exterior character of the building combines finely detailed stone, varied fenestration, plentiful glazing, and metal paneling to complement the existing collegiate gothic architecture yet convey the state-of-the-art healing treatment provided inside. Major spaces have visual access to the gardens and ample daylight provided by a central atrium.
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