Inpatient TowerJohns Hopkins Bayview Campus

This study of the best way to enhance the Bayview Campus with a new Tower, involved four phases to limit disruption to the campus while delivering a world-class project.


Construction Cost
$500 Million (estimated)
Year Completed
2018 (study)
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Team Members Involved

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Paul D. Crampton
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George Bakalyar
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Seth Glasser​


Architect | Array

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Washington, DC 20006
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Project Overview

Johns Hopkins is considering constructing a new InPatient Tower at its Bayview Campus. This study and concept design located a new 9-story building in the center of campus. Designed to be built in four phases, the project creates new surface parking, relocates utilities, constructs the new tower and adjacent parking garage, and improves Hopkins Circle.

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Our Approach

MK identified site constraints and phasing considerations. During the study, MK prepared preliminary site utility plans and estimates for modifications of the campus wide electrical service, including emergency service duct banks from the existing emergency power generating plant, relocation and connections for steam heat supply lines, and relocation and connection for campus water supplies. Earthwork, erosion and sediment control, and stormwater management issues were explored related to infrastructure modifications and preparation of the site for the new building. A concept-level cost estimate was prepared for all site issues including rework of the infrastructure.

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