Langan Healthcare Experience

Whether partnering on a hospital’s expansion or a new facility, Langan is a full-service partner to our clients — providing site/civil, geotechnical, and environmental engineering, landscape architecture and planning, 3D laser scanning, survey, traffic/transportation, CADD/GIS, natural/ cultural resources, and permitting. Also, Langan’s detailed feasibility study for hospitals can help you navigate through the land development due diligence process by providing a comprehensive report about any and all site issues before you make the critical go/no-go decision.

UCHC Outpatient Pavilion and Parking Garage

OVERVIEW

The UCHC Ambulatory Care Complex is a design-build project with an aggressive delivery schedule. The project includes a 300,000 square-foot medical building and six-story parking garage. Langan is providing engineering, environmental permitting and surveying services. Site challenges include existing wetlands that require filling, a mass excavation over more than 70 feet in some areas, a need for flood management verification, and significant utility upgrades and reconfigurations on an active health care campus. The site design will incorporate environmentally sensitive stormwater techniques and the team is seeking LEED Silver certification for the project.

AWARDS
  • 2016 Connecticut Building Congress Project Team Award – First Place for New Construction

Location
Farmington, CT

Client
Fusco/Clark – a Joint Venture

Services
Site/Civil
Environmental
Traditional Surveying


Yale New Haven Hospital – Emergency Room

OVERVIEW
The Long Wharf Medical Center is part of the greater Yale New Haven Health network. A temporary MRI Unit is being added to provide on-site MRI capabilities to the center. The trailer will be housed off the side entrance to the building and will sit on two concrete pads. A ramp has been designed to allow access from the building to the trailer for patients and staff. Langan provided site/ civil, survey, geotechnical and structural engineering services.

Location
New Haven, CT

Client
Yale New Haven Hospital

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Surveying/Geospatial


Lenox Health Greenwich Village

OVERVIEW
Originally designed in 1964, the landmarked building was formerly home to St. Vincent’s Medical Center. The 160,000-SF building underwent a restoration and adaptive reuse and now serves as Manhattan’s first free standing emergency department. Features for the redesigned structure included the addition of ambulance bays and a separate entrance for patient surgery and other services. Langan’s involvement at the site dates back to its previous ownership by St. Vincent hospital, when we provided environmental, geotechnical and survey services. Our more recent work for Northwell Health consisted of consulting during upfront certification and the city review process, surveying, a review of available building plans, a subsurface evaluation, and day-to-day coordination with the client and the design team.
AWARDS
2017 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Project Award, New York Landmarks Conservancy

Location
New York, NY

Client
Northwell Health (formerly North Shore-LIJ)

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Surveying/Geospatial

Architect
Perkins Eastman

Strategic Partners
Jones Lang LaSalle
Robert Silman Associates
Bard, Rao + Athanas Consulting
Turner Construction


Memorial Sloan-Kettering – The Josie Robertson Surgery Center

OVERVIEW
Located six blocks south of the hospital’s main campus, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center is building a new Surgery Day Hospital (SDH) at this Upper East Side location. The new center will have 12 operating rooms, five more than the current SDH. Langan's environmental services included an asbestos survey, preparation of abatement documents, permitting support, and monitoring of abatement. Langan surveyors performed a complete topographic, utility, and boundary survey of the site as well as the surrounding properties and streets. 3-D laser scanning was also used at the site in order to provide full elevation views of the adjacent buildings. 

AWARDS
2016 Healthcare Design Magazine Showcase, Honorable Mention

Location
New York, NY

Client
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Services
Surveying/Geospatial
Environmental

Architect
Perkins Eastman


Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer & Data Center

OVERVIEW
Langan provided engineering, site design, and land development services to convert an existing multi-story office building into a state-of-the-art cancer care center. The overall site design allows patients to enter the building at the upper and lower levels while providing improved vehicle and pedestrian circulation patterns. Landscaped walkways provide patient access to the surrounding woodlands and expand recreational opportunities. Lush entry gardens and courtyards help create a soothing and therapeutic environment. This project is LEED Gold certified.
AWARDS
2018 ACEC New York Engineering Excellence: Platinum Award

Location
Middletown, NJ

Client
Memorial Sloan-Kettering

Services
Landscape Architecture
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Environmental
Natural Resources & Permitting
Surveying/Geospatial

Architect
Perkins + Will


Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

OVERVIEW
Langan is providing its full services to this premier cancer center  treatment facility in New Jersey. As part of the design team, a "green" philosophy driven by patient experience, site aesthetics, and adjacent woodland views greatly influenced planning and development.

Location
Bernards Township, NJ

Client
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Landscape Architecture
Environmental
Earthquake/Seismic
Traditional Surveying

Architect
EwingCole

Strategic Partner
Barr & Barr


Kings County Hospital

OVERVIEW
Langan provided extensive geotechnical engineering and surveying services for this 2,000,000-SF expansion of the Kings County Hospital Complex. Langan provided engineering inspections for foundation preparation including supervision and field testing for removal of old fill and replacement with compacted fill.  Langan also reviewed field and laboratory testing reports for compacted fill and foundation subgrade construction throughout the site. Survey services were also provided and included a boundary survey of the entire site, as-built surveys of completed construction and survey monitoring of exhaust stacks during excavation adjacent to the stack footings.

Location
Brooklyn, NY

Client
New York City Health & Hospital Corporation

Services
Geotechnical
Surveying/Geospatial
Environmental

Architect
HOK/Ellerbe

Strategic Partner
Ysrael A. Seinuk, P.C.


The Pavilion – Penn Medicine

OVERVIEW
As part of the project team, known as PennFIRST, Langan is providing a multitude of services including site/civil, geotechnical, and traffic engineering; environmental consulting; permitting; and survey. In an effort to expand their rapidly growing network, Penn Medicine has assembled one of the first integrated project delivery (IPD) teams on the East Coast for the design and development of a new patient pavilion, located in Philadelphia’s University City area. The new clinical facility will include approximately 500 new patient beds, 50 operating and procedure rooms, a relocated and expanded Emergency Department, 700 space substructure parking lot, and expanded healthcare delivery programs within the network.

Location
Philadelphia, PA

Client
University of Pennsylvania Health System

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Environmental
Surveying/Geospatial
Traffic & Transportation

Architects
HDR Architecture
Foster+Partners

Strategic Partners
L.F. Driscoll
Balfour Beatty
BR+A


Riddle Hospital Master Plan

OVERVIEW
Riddle Hospital is part of Main Line Health and is in the design phase of a campus modernization project that will include a new patient pavilion. The pavilion is a 5-story, 229,000-SF medical facility that will house a surgical suite, along with 76 private patient rooms. In support of the hospital campus modernization, Langan provided a geotechnical study for the new patient pavilion development and the garage, which included conducting a subsurface exploration and analyses of the conditions relative to the construction. Langan worked closely with the structural engineer to customize the foundation system for settlement compatibility both within the pavilion structure itself and with adjoining structures.

Location
Media, PA

Client
Main Line Health

Services
Geotechnical
Environmental

Architect
Ballinger

Strategic Partners
Thornton Tomasetti
Stantec


RWJ University Hospital – Ambulatory Building Expansion

OVERVIEW
Langan is currently providing site/civil, surveying, and traffic engineering services for the Ambulatory Building expansion. The project will include the construction of 8,000 SF of new medical office space and the renovation of 38,000 SF of existing hospital space. In addition, the project will provide site improvements to accommodate new ambulance parking and emergency patient drop-offs.

Location
New Brunswick, NJ

Client
RWJBarnabas Health

Services
Site/Civil
Traffic & Transportation
Traditional Surveying
Terrestrial Scanning/BIM

Architect
Array Architects


Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

OVERVIEW
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is the state’s first National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center. The state-of-the-art, 510,000 SF Cancer Pavilion will be a one-stop destination for cancer patients, providing laboratory services, an outpatient clinic, an infusion and chemotherapy suite, and radiation oncology. Langan is performing stormwater management, utility design, and permitting services for the project, including Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Certifications, Treatment Works Approvals, and Water Main Extension Certifications.

Location
New Brunswick, NJ

Client
New Brunswick Development Corporation

Architect
HOK

Strategic Partners
AKF Group
ODonnell and Naccarato
THA Consulting


RWJ University Hospital Expansion

OVERVIEW
Langan provided geotechnical engineering services for both the Oncology and Children’s Hospital buildings, which were part of RWJ's ongoing expansion. These two additions were built simultaneously adjoining different wings of the existing hospital complex.

Location
New Brunswick, NJ

Client
RWJBarnabas Health

Service
Geotechnical

Architect
Rothe-Johnson Associates (now Fletcher Thompson)

Strategic Partner
O'Donnell & Naccarato


RWJ University Hospital – South and Core Building Expansion

OVERVIEW
Langan is currently providing site/civil, surveying, and traffic engineering services for the South and Core Building expansions. The project will add a new floor to the RWJUH Core Building and will horizontally expand the RWJUH South Building. Construction of the project will include the addition of 40,000 square feet of new hospital space and the renovation of 85,000 square feet of existing hospital space. In addition, the project will provide parking for non-emergency ambulances.

Location
New Brunswick, NJ

Client
RWJBarnabas Health

Services
Site/Civil
Traffic & Transportation
Surveying/Geospatial

Architect
Array Architects


HUMC – The Second Street Pavilion

OVERVIEW
Langan is providing land development engineering and environmental services for the new Second Street Pavilion at Hackensack University Medical Center. The new 530,000-SF pavilion would add up to 200 private patient rooms and 24 operating suites to the hospital. The project also includes the construction of a new Central Utility Plant (CUP) and electrical switchgear yard to support the hospital campus. Our team assisted with site improvements associated with the proposed buildings, including a circulation driveway, walkways, retaining walls, utilities, and stormwater management. Langan's survey team provided a full site survey in support of the site design.

Location
Hackensack, NJ

Client
Hackensack Meridian Health

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Environmental
Landscape Architecture
Traffic & Transportation
Surveying/Geospatial

Architects
RSC Architects
EYP Architecture & Planning


MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper University Hospital

OVERVIEW
Langan is supporting the multi-story, 103,000-SF world-class cancer institute. The design includes a public plaza and garden, and a renovated landscape. The project has undergone extensive conceptual planning, programming, and site planning studies to locate the facility on an extremely tight urban site. Stormwater runoff from the proposed site was minimized by reducing the amount of on-site surface parking in favor of a heavily landscaped plaza space.

AWARDS
2013 US Green Building Council New Jersey, Emerald Award - Urban Green Project
2013 American Council of Engineering Companies, Diamond Award

New York-Presbyterian Hospital Modernization

OVERVIEW
The New York-Presbyterian Hospital, the largest hospital in the United States, underwent a $1-billion modernization program which included new construction, renovation, demolition, phased relocations, and extensive repairs to its campus infrastructure in order to create a state-of-the-art full-service hospital complex. Langan was the geotechnical and foundation engineering consultant for the project.

Location
New York, NY

Client
The New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Service
Geotechnical

Architects
HOK
Taylor Clark Architects, Inc.

Strategic Partners
Thornton Tomasetti
Lehrer McGovern, Inc.


Mount Sinai Center for Science and Medicine

OVERVIEW
The Mount Sinai Research Center, in the Upper East Side section of Manhattan, is a 1.5-acre parcel occupying about three-quarters of a city block along Madison Avenue. The site is comprised of an 11-story building with a four cellars. A tunnel, approximately 250-feet east of Fifth Avenue, connects the proposed Research Center to Mount Sinai’s Guggenheim Pavilion to the south. Langan’s role on this project included site/civil, surveying and geotechnical engineering services. Challenging aspects included the ongoing infrastructure work to accommodate a tunnel beneath a congested New York City street.

Location
New York, NY

Client
Mount Sinai Hospital

Services
Geotechnical
Site/Civil
Surveying/Geospatial

Architect
Skidmore, Ownings & Merrill LLP


New York Methodist Hospital – Center for Community Health

OVERVIEW
Located adjacent to New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn’s historic Park Slope community, this seven-story ambulatory facility provides 480,000 SF of space. Building features include a cancer center with a radiation/oncology department, 10-room surgery suite, health education center, wound care facility, community outreach services, and faculty offices. Langan investigated subsurface conditions and developed recommendations for foundation support and other geotechnical aspects of design and construction. Site/civil engineering services included site-wide sidewalk, roadway, and landscaping design. Langan coordinated directly with local regulatory agencies including New York City Department of Buildings, Department of Transportation, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), and Department of Parks and Recreation for permitting and approvals.

Location
Brooklyn, NY

Client
New York Methodist Hospital

Services
Geotechnical
Site/Civil

Architect
Perkins Eastman

Strategic Partner
CBRE


UPMC South Tower Deconstruction

OVERVIEW
UPMC is selectively deconstructing part of the existing South Tower, Old Children's Hospital, on their downtown Pittsburgh campus. Langan designed and permitted the site and site logistics of the deconstruction. Safe and efficient pedestrian and vehicular access, as well as parking demand and re-assignment have been planned. Langan performed an environmental site assessment to identify environmental issues, and has implemented a groundwater monitoring program that will evaluate seasonal groundwater fluctuations. The results of the program will be used in the dewatering analysis.

Location
Pittsburgh, PA

Client
GBBN Architects, Inc.

Services
Site/Civil
Environmental
Traffic & Transportation
Traditional Surveying

Strategic Partner
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)


St. Luke’s Upper Bucks Hospital

OVERVIEW
Langan prepared a preliminary feasibility study to evaluate the possibility of developing a healthcare complex on one of three separate sites. We identified significant development constraints, prepared base maps and concept plans and provided a comparison table that describes the pros and cons for each development site. Once the site was selected at Route 663 and Portzer Road, Langan performed a preliminary due diligence investigation. Langan provided preliminary/schematic design, preliminary land development, preliminary traffic design and permitting, final land development submissions and permitting, geotechnical engineering, and site architectural and landscape design.

Location
Quakertown, PA

Client
St. Luke's University Health Network

Services
Geotechnical
Environmental
Site/Civil
Landscape Architecture
Traffic & Transportation