Fast Facts

By the Numbers

  • Floor: 22,250 assigned square feet (asf)
    • Simulation & Clinical Skills: 6,000 asf
    • Classrooms: 6,000 asf
    • Technology Commons: 6,370 asf
  • Cost: $15.5 million (includes construction, furniture, technology, and equipment)
  • 117,000 volumes of journals relocated from floor
  • 280 calendar days for demolition and construction
  • 12 classrooms (seating is per the State Building Code)
    • 4 large classrooms - 24 seats each
    • 6 telemedicine breakout/seminar rooms - 12 seats each
    • 1 telemedicine breakout room - 14 seats
    • 1 computer classroom - 20-46 seats
  • 12 clinical skills exam rooms (includes two task training rooms)
  • 2 simulation suites (4-bed and 2-bed)
  • 10 full body mannequin simulators installed in the two simulation rooms
  • Will serve over 2,500 students per year
  • 30 standardized patient cases planned for 2011
  • 88 simulation cases planned for 2011
  • 35 miles of CAT 6 Ethernet network cable
  • 3,750 raised floor panels provide power and network connections 6'-0" in any direction
  • 19 wireless network access points
  • 7 cellular access points
  • 14 laptop lockers with power outlets
  • 50 HD cameras
  • 4 infrared cameras (for use in disaster scenarios)
  • 59 flat panel displays
  • 98 computers installed throughout the TLC

Sustainability

  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification with the U.S. Green Building Council, pending
  • >75% of construction waste diverted from landfill
  • >20% materials are manufactured within 500 miles of the project
  • >20% recycled materials (post-consumer + ½ pre-consumer)
  • >50% of the projects wood-based products and materials are FSC certified
  • Recycled Content
    • Metal studs, carpet, gypsum board, acoustical tiles, casework, certified wood
    • 44 Library bookcase ends salvaged during demolition and reused in main corridor
    • Granite base from interior columns reused as countertops in exam rooms
    • Countertop from Library's former Information Desk reused to patch the floor at new security gate at building entrance.
  • Energy Star for 70-90% of eligible equipment
  • 15% reduction in lighting power density
  • Captured heat from IDF used to heat building