Shands Health Park - Jacksonville

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Shands Health Park - Jacksonville

Shands Health Park - Jacksonville

Client: Shands Health Park of Northeast Florida
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Size: 128 acres
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Joseph P. Loretta, RLA, LEED®AP, BD+C
 

Genesis worked with the Facilities Department Manager for Shands of NE Florida to develop a 20-year Vision for the Shands Health Park in Jacksonville, Florida. To develop a program, Genesis held numerous Charette Workshops with multiple stakeholder groups within Shands Management. The master plan included the re-routing of the existing traffic to better orient visitors, within the development and surrounding areas. Internal roads were converted to pedestrian oriented vehicular roadways, with numerous additional pedestrian pathways offering connectivity and open space within the Health Park. A new 500 bed Trauma Center was a major focus for the 20-Year Vision. The master plan included a transect of building uses and height to maintain more dense development internally within the property, and allow for lower 2-and 3-story buildings surrounding the residential development to the East.

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Shands Health Park - Jacksonville


Jacksonville, FL

Client:

Shands Health Park of Northeast Florida

Location:

Jacksonville, FL

Size:

128 acres

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Campus Planning
Project Due Diligence Analysis
Regional Planning

Shands Health Park - Jacksonville

Genesis worked with the Facilities Department Manager for Shands of NE Florida to develop a 20-year Vision for the Shands Health Park in Jacksonville, Florida. To develop a program, Genesis held numerous Charette Workshops with multiple stakeholder groups within Shands Management. The master plan included the re-routing of the existing traffic to better orient visitors, within the development and surrounding areas. Internal roads were converted to pedestrian oriented vehicular roadways, with numerous additional pedestrian pathways offering connectivity and open space within the Health Park. A new 500 bed Trauma Center was a major focus for the 20-Year Vision. The master plan included a transect of building uses and height to maintain more dense development internally within the property, and allow for lower 2-and 3-story buildings surrounding the residential development to the East.