About the project
|Size||34,000 SF||Location||Winfield, IL||Firm Role||Planning | SD||Cost||$12M (est)|
To keep pace with the rising demand for Behavioral Health Services, Northwestern Medicine is spending nearly $12M to construct a replacement standalone Outpatient Behavioral Health Building on the Central DuPage Hospital Campus.
The new two-story, 34,000 SF building will replace an outdated facility that cannot meet the needs of physicians and patients. To meet those needs, the building program includes 10 Addictions patient rooms with 20 beds, a Suboxone Clinic, Gym, shared lunch room, Adolescent Mental Health, Adult Mental Health, and leased physician space.
PFB began the project with a detailed analysis of the proposed building program. The goals of the analysis was to identify potential program overlap, oversized or undersized elements, and to develop overall space organization for the building.
Additional scope of the project includes substantial rework of parking and drive lanes at the Southeast corner of the campus. Additional parking spaces on the campus will alleviate overcrowding in surface lots and parking decks.