Modern Healthcare's Architectural Design Awards - 2011

MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital (3 of 6)

Upon entering the lobby, visitors are in a space designed to visually connect to the entire hospital: central glass elevators up to the patient-care floors or down to the emergency department, and an open staircase to the surgery waiting area, express services and coffee shop.


MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital Patient Care Tower, Puyallup, Wash.
Type of facility: Inpatient tower
Project architects: GBJ Architecture and Clark/Kjos Architects
Construction manager: Skanska
Completed: February 2011
Size: 350,000 square feet
Construction cost: $207.7 million
Cost per square foot: $593