Work under way on cancer center in California's OC

March 01, 2007 |

A dramatic cantilevered aluminum-and-glass canopy will mark the main entrance of the $68.5 million St. Joseph Hospital Center and Medical Office Building in Orange County, Calif. Designed by Chong Partners Architecture, San Francisco, the facility will include a three-story, 87,000-sf cancer center, a seven-story medical office building, and six levels of parking. The cancer center will centralize all functions of diagnosis and treatment, including radiation oncology, imaging services, infusion center for chemotherapy and transfusions, and breast cancer services. McCarthy Building Cos., St. Louis, and Taylor, Newport Beach, are teaming to design-build the facility, which broke ground last September.

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