Mayo Clinic Trustees Approve $5 Billion Investment for Healthcare Transformation and Rochester Campus Redesign
The initiative aims to redesign the Rochester campus, integrating innovative care concepts and digital technologies.
New facilities prioritize healing through nature, sunlight, and interconnected neighborhoods, encompassing approximately 2.4 million square feet of technologically infused space with provisions for future expansion
New facilities prioritize healing through nature, sunlight, and interconnected neighborhoods.
Approximately 2.4 million square feet of technologically infused space with provisions for future expansion.
The buildings are planned to be nine floors above ground, with a height of 221 feet. The foundation, core, and shell are designed to support future vertical expansion up to 420 feet.
The foundation, core, and shell of the buildings are constructed to allow for vertical expansion in the future, equivalent to adding about nine stories to the Gonda Building.
Five floors of the new facilities at the Damon and Ozmun sites will directly connect to the existing Gonda Building. This connection includes a two-story skybridge that will link the new buildings to the Gonda Building's 10th floor.
A logistics center, incorporating robotics and automation, is planned for the former Lourdes High School site.
Two patient parking ramps and a central arrival experience with 1,300 parking spaces aim to improve access.
Plans in place to inform the Rochester community, Mayo Clinic staff, and patients in advance, minimizing disruption.
Construction begins in early 2024, with a goal to open some facilities by 2028 and complete the project by 2030.
Name Mayo Clinic
Type New Construction