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Skanska to complete $40M Langone renovation

Skanska USA has signed a $40 million contract with NYU Langone Health to provide computational research facilities and office space for NYU Langone’s Department of Population Health in New York City.

Skanska will renovate approximately 87,000 s/f of office space across ten floors at 180 Madison Avenue, providing NYU Langone with new facilities to conduct computer modeling and other research to develop individualized health care solutions for patients.

“Skanska is proud to welcome another opportunity to work with NYU Langone Health as they expand the breadth of their services across New York City,” said Tom Webb, EVP and General Manager of Skanska USA’s building operations in Metro New York.

“Our partnership with NYU Langone allows us to broaden the base of our fast-growing health care portfolio and to continue elevating the quality of healthcare for all New Yorkers.”

Skanska will fit out the existing vacant floors with dry research facilities, conference rooms and offices, auditoriums, and other common areas. The project will seek LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification and is targeted for completion in 2018.

This project builds on Skanska’s more than decade-long partnership with NYU Langone, during which Skanska has completed major expansions, including a 31,000 s/f Emergency Department modernization and expansion.

Most recently, in December 2016, Skanska completed a $34 million installation of NYU Langone’s Cyclotron and Radiopharmacy Labs.

NYU’s cyclotron is used for advanced pharmaceutical production and nuclear medicine imaging, and is only the second in New York City and the fourth in the United States.

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