Palos Health redeveloped and expanded an existing outpatient campus in the southern Chicago suburb of Orland Park, Ill., in conjunction with academic healthcare partner Loyola University Medical Center (Maywood, Ill.). The campus formerly housed a mix of medical offices, which were built over the last 30 years in three disjointed buildings.

Working with architecture firm Harley Ellis Devereaux (HED; Southfield, Mich.), the team created a campus master plan that unified the existing spaces and incorporated an 80,000-square-foot new addition.

The $80 million Palos Health South Campus project, which opened in October 2018, includes a new ambulatory care center, 40,000 square feet of renovated space, and a new 316-car parking deck. The project was completed under a design-build model, led by Walsh Construction (Chicago) with HED serving as the architect and interior designer.

Project details:

Facility name: Palos Health South Campus

Location: Orland Park, Ill.

Completion date: October 2018

Owner: Palos Health

Total building area: 123,000 sq. ft.

Total construction cost: $80 million

Cost/sq. ft.: N/A

Architecture firm: Harley Ellis Devereaux

Interior design: Harley Ellis Devereaux

Engineering: IMEG (MEP), Eriksson Engineering (civil engineer), Harley Ellis Devereaux (structural), Terra (landscape architect)

Construction: Walsh Construction