WUSM/BJC Mid-Campus Center

St. Louis, Missouri

Ventana supplied and installed 137,000 square feet of exterior curtain wall for this 510,000-square-foot building.

Ventana designed, supplied, and installed 137,000 square feet of exterior curtain wall at this 12-story office building. The project is located on Washington University School of Medicine’s and BJC HealthCare’s growing medical campus in the Central West End in St. Louis. The 510,000-square-foot building includes a full basement, is located next to the Central West End MetroLink station, and consolidates medical offices currently housed at the Barnes-Jewish Center for Outpatient Health and across the Washington University medical campus community.

Ventana’s MWS-180 unitized curtain wall with custom profiles specific to the client’s needs was provided on this project. The seven inch deep, four-sided structurally glazed system was fabricated in Columbia, South America. The glass, also imported from Columbia, features a Solarban z50 Low-E coating on the number two surface and gives the glass its steel blue-gray appearance. Furthermore, the Solarban z50 glass controls glare and provides the daylighting and solar control required for a sustainable design. Additional scope included Cenia Limestone that was imported from Spain and later integrated into the unitized curtain wall panels at the inside returns and parapet.

Key Facts

Project size:  137,000 SF
Owner:  Washington University
Builder:  Clayco
Architect:  Christner, Inc.
Project value:  $12 Million

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