Modern Healthcare's Architectural Design Awards - 2011

Phoenix Children's Hospital Thomas Campus (1 of 6)

At Phoenix Children’s Thomas Campus, the patient tower—designed to resemble a desert flower—is “carefully crafted to respond to the Phoenix sun,” maximizing use of natural light and minimizing heat gain, according to the facility’s architects.


Phoenix Children's Hospital Thomas Campus
Type of facility: Children's hospital, inpatient and outpatient
Project architect: HKS
Construction manager: Kitchell Contractors
Completed: June 2011
Size: 770,000 square feet (includes 200,000 square feet of "shell" space for future expansion)
Construction cost: $275 million
Cost per square foot: $357