BushWang | Center for Women and NewbornsBrigham and Women’s Hospital
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Center for Women and Newborns
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

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Project Type: Health Care

 

Mike Bush was the lead designer for multiple projects at Brigham and Women’s Hospital while at Tsoi-Kobus & Associates.

 

He was the Project Architect for the award-winning 265,000 sf Center for Women’s and Newborns that focuses on women and infants’ health during all phases of life. This 10-story building includes Postpartum Beds on the top four floors, a 60 bassinet Neonatal Intensive Care Unit on Level 5, Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Antepartum Beds and Section Suites on Level 4 and various ambulatory programs on the lower levels.

 

The exterior design of the building features two distinct systems, those being a light-weight curtainwall skin with stone insets and an articulated masonry cladding. Two exterior Bridge Connections link the CWN with the existing BWH Inpatient Tower to the west and the Children’s Hospital of Boston on the north side of Shattuck Street.

 

Additional BWH Project Experience includes:

 

  • Center For Women and Newborns Building
  • Tower Lobby Renovations
  • Children’s Hospital of Boston Bridge Connection
  • CWN Shattuck Street Heliport
  • Longwood Medical Research Center Building
  • Inpatient Tower Renovations
  • Institutional Master Plan