Columbus, Ohio-based OhioHealth recently released exterior renderings for their new administrative office building which will be home for approximately 1,600 non-clinical OhioHealth associates.

The new campus will be located on approximately 13 acres across the street from OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital.

The exterior of the 270,000-square-foot building will be predominantly glass, red brick and stone, consistent with other recently built OhioHealth facilities such as medical campuses, freestanding emergency departments and a hospital in Grove City, currently under construction.

The structure will be composed of two buildings, one of five stories and the other four, brought together by a four-story connector. A 1,350-space parking garage will be connected to the main building by an elevated and covered walkway. An additional surface lot will accommodate 350 more vehicles.

Preliminary site work will begin over the coming months and construction is scheduled to take about two years. Move-in is targeted for the spring of 2019.

The facility, designed by Moody Nolan and built by Daimler, will cost approximately $89 million.