WBCM provided engineering services for the reinforcement of approximately 245,000 square feet of space across seven occupied floors, two shell levels, and a mechanical penthouse on the roof, resulting in more than a 50 percent increase in usable space. WBCM also designed connections between the existing patient tower and the new inpatient tower to provide efficient access between departments. WBCM used cast-in-place reinforced concrete to provide a cost-effective design that met the required fire rating and also the need for a thin floor structure.

Baltimore Washington Medical Center
Service(s) Provided
Structural Engineering
Glen Burnie, MD