Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital

Meyer Building Renovation

In a joint venture, Grunley renovated three levels of the facility’s aging patient and therapeutic units to offer 46 new private rooms and 18 new rehabilitation rooms. Constructed in 1982, the 12-story, 72,000 square foot building is a fully operational medical facility housing in-patient and out-patient units, research spaces and physician offices. The scope also included updating public spaces on the first floor, cleaning and repairing the existing masonry façade, and infrastructure upgrades.

Project Details

Client:Johns Hopkins Hospital


Sector:Life Sciences/Healthcare

ContractMeyer Building Renovation


Completion DateFebruary 28, 2017

Amount$44.8 million

Contract MethodGeneral Contracting

Architect Hord Coplan Macht

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