Rush University Medical Center

1717 West Congress Parkway
Chicago, Illinois

Project size: Phase I: 7,400 square feet & Phase II: 7,600 square feet

Project Architect: Proteus Group 

Owner’s Representative: Rush Capital Projects

Project Description

Reed Construction completed two phases of a new, cutting edge simulation lab for Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. The original facility was built in 2003 and was a national leader in medical simulation training. Over the years, however, the need for additional space was recognized. Phase I of construction involved a 7,400 square foot build-out featuring four debriefing conference rooms and simulation labs with adjacent control rooms. Phase II consisted of a 7,600 square foot build-out to include 10 patient rooms, three more debriefing conference rooms, and additional labs and training space.

  • The personal involvement of Reed Construction executives was invaluable to this project, and I was thoroughly impressed with the knowledge, support and accountability of their entire team throughout the construction process

    Michael E. LaMont Associate Vice President, Capital Projects