Houston Methodist Hospital’s Cypress campus is the organization’s ninth hospital in the greater Houston area. The campus sits on 106 acres and consists of a seven-story hospital, two medical office buildings, and a central utility plant. The hospital will also incorporate technological advancements from the health care system’s Center for Innovation, which launched in 2018. Construction is scheduled to achieve substantial completion by the end of 2024.
McCarthy’s work scope includes demolition of 11 existing buildings, totaling 600,000-square-feet, formerly occupied by Sysco Corp. The new hospital will consist of a 570,700-square-foot, seven-story building, while the two medical office buildings will be six stories each. The first, totaling over 162,900-square-feet, will contain a cancer center with a linear accelerator and a bridge connector to the new hospital tower. The second, totaling 160,200-square-feet, will include a sports and orthopedic rehabilitation clinic. McCarthy is also renovating an existing 29,000-square-foot central utility plant. All structures, including the hospital and both medical office buildings, are pan-deck concrete structures, with envelopes consisting of masonry and glazing.