BJC North Garage Expansion

BJC Hospital in St. Louis was out of parking spaces on their ever expanding campus, and one solution was to expand the North Garage built by KCI in 2001. The new garage was built on drilled piers, with the new entry ramp and three parking levels being constructed of cast-in-place, post-tensioned concrete. Precast panels were salvaged from the original garage and reinstalled on the new facade. Additional spaces were opened in the existing garage with completion of an adjacent asphalt surface lot for valet services. Construction was completed in eleven months, while working in the middle of a busy hospital campus and rerouting traffic within the garage during construction.

“On top of the everyday challenges of new construction, expansion of existing parking structures present many additional and unique challenges. KCI’s professionalism and attention to quality and detail resulted in the on time and within budget completion of a very challenging project.”
Dave Ryan, Walker Parking Consultants

Size: 180 cars 4 levels

Owner: BJC St. Louis

KCI Role: General Contractor

Value: $5,180,000

Delivery Method: Bid Build

Completion: January 2006

Designer: Walker Parking Consultants

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