Froedtert Medical College of Wisconsin
Froedtert And The Medical College Of Wisconsin Center For Advanced Care / WauwatosaWI
How can a medical facility be built to support new technology?

Construction of the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin’s 610,000 SF, eight-story Center for Advanced Care was completed in October 2015. Its name reflects the exceptional level of specialty care and medical technologies that are housed there, including the Heart and Vascular Center, Transplant Center, and integrated rooms for surgeries and interventional procedures.

More than 18,000 surgeries, including over 250 transplants, are performed at Froedtert Hospital each year. The new building brings together surgical, interventional, and intensive care areas on a single, centrally located floor. Their proximity to each other helps eliminate redundancy, enhance patient flow and safety, optimize operational efficiency, and support new technology adoption. Few hospitals in the nation have created this integrated environment.

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Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin

Completed October 2015


610,000 square feet

Delivery Methods

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The Team


Best New Development or Renovation - Healthcare, Real Estate Awards – Milwaukee Business Journal, 2016

Best in Show – The Daily Reporter, 2015

Top Project – The Daily Reporter, 2015

Showcase Award, Impact Achievement – WCREW, 2016

Project Delivery & Construction Administration Excellence, AIA/TAP Innovation Awards – The American Institute of Architects (AIA), 2016

Concrete Design Award – Wisconsin Ready Mixed Concrete Association, 2015