Cleveland State University’s Center for Innovation in Medical Professions Wins 2016 Award of Excellence

Apr 05, 2016

Cleveland State University’s new Center for Innovation in Medical Professions won a 2016 Award of Excellence from the Cleveland Engineering Society (CES).

The award honors the project’s owner, designers, and constructors. It recognizes “outstanding team achievement and innovative use of technology.” (Source.) The Center for Innovation in Medical Professions (CIMP) won in the New Construction, Large Project category.

“Karpinski Engineering was proud to be a partner on this team,” said Brian David, PE, LEED AP, principal-in-charge for the project. “The Center for Innovation in Medical Professions brings all aspects of medical education together into one facility, giving students an outstanding opportunity to collaborate in a truly advanced learning environment.”

Karpinski Engineering provided mechanical, electrical, and technology design for CIMP. Other members of the project design team include Stantec Architecture (architect of record), Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects (design architect), Thorson Baker & Associates (civil and structural engineer), Sandhu & Associates (plumbing and fire protection engineer), and Behnke Associates (landscape architect). Donley’s was the construction manager for this CM at Risk project.

CIMP provides dedicated space for CSU’s College of Sciences and Health Professions, School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing, and its partnership with Northeast Ohio Medical University.

Students will learn in nursing training labs, simulation labs, exam rooms, therapy rooms, and speech and hearing spaces.

Read Cleveland State University’s announcement.

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