On Episode 2 of the "City of Ohio State" podcast, hear from Ohio State’s associate vice president of Facilities Design and Construction Kristin Poldemann. The 15-minute podcast runs down major construction happening on campus – from a new inpatient hospital and a blossoming Innovation District to an investment in the Arts. The City of Ohio State podcast is brought to you by Ohio State's Office of Administration and Planning. Video of A&P Podcast Episode 2: Campus Construction
An exciting milestone in the progress of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Outpatient Care West Campus was achieved recently when the cyclotron was delivered to the construction site. Located in the Innovation District, the 385,000-square-foot cancer-focused facility, is almost 60% complete and will include central Ohio’s first proton therapy treatment facility in partnership with Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Additional construction progress highlights include:
The installation of punched windows was recently completed. Video of Cyclotron Arrival at Outpatient Care West Campus Exterior wall panels are being installed in preparation to accept brick...
The beam-topping marks a construction milestone for Outpatient Care West Campus, located in the Innovation District. The facility will house central Ohio’s first proton therapy treatment center , in collaboration with Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Outpatient Care West Campus site, located in the Innovation District, is almost 50% complete. The 385,000-square-foot cancer-focused facility will include central Ohio’s first proton therapy treatment facility in partnership with Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Construction progress highlights include:
The main power is set to be turned on to the building in late February. Concrete housekeeping pads, which are used for mechanical equipment installation, are being poured throughout the building. Interior wall framing for the proton treatment rooms have been framed, mechanicals have been installed inside the walls...
Columbus Monthly recently featured Ohio State's Innovation District in its health care special edition. The publication interviewed Jay Kasey, Ohio State’s senior vice president of Administration and Planning, and Grace Wang, Ohio State’s executive vice president for Research, Innovation and Knowledge.
In January, Columbus Dispatch shared a story that highlighted ten development projects, including Ohio State’s Innovation District and the Inpatient Hospital, that could transform Columbus in the years to come.
Columbus Business First shared news this week that Ohio State's incentive is projected at $47 million over the next 25 years for the 12,000 high-paying jobs it expects to create in its Innovation District.
It replaces the previous biggest-ever jobs incentive, also for the university.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Outpatient Care West Campus, located in the Innovation District, is almost 40% complete. The 385,000-square-foot cancer-focused facility will include central Ohio’s first proton therapy treatment facility in partnership with Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Construction began in summer 2020, and recent progress highlights include:
Overhead plumbing and inwall electrical installation on level two is ongoing, while walls are being framed and topped out with drywall. Sprinkler mains are being installed and structural steel fireproofing continues on level four. Support beams called girders are being placed throughout multiple levels of the structure...
We all love scarlet and gray, but there’s a sea of orange on campus as Ohio State invests in the future of teaching, learning and research. Major construction projects are changing the way most Buckeyes will navigate campus – so allow extra travel time, be cautious near construction zones, and look out for your fellow Buckeyes. Watch to learn more on what areas to avoid and how to get around safely. READ MORE