As the new Cleveland Clinic Health Education Campus nears completion, the 477,000 square-foot building at its heart will soon showcase 15,000 square feet of glass featuring custom film from Suntrol of Cleveland.
“The Health Education Campus is part of the transformation of medicine and the renaissance of Cleveland, and we are honored to make a meaningful contribution to such a unique and visionary project,” said John Hansen, Suntrol’s founder.
Recently described as a “glassy, light-filled, four-story building,” the structure that makes up more than three acres of the 11-acre campus site will feature Suntrol’s custom design solutions, as well as privacy and safety banding solutions.
The $515 million Health Education Campus is a jointly owned project of Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University, and was designed by leading architect Lord Norman Foster of Foster + Partners of England.
Having served Cleveland Clinic with distinction for decades, Suntrol was deemed uniquely suited for a project of this scope.
“Our team continues to work closely with Cleveland Clinic to ensure our work meets the highest standards as we move toward project completion,” Hansen said.
For more information about Custom Design Solutions from Suntrol, visit Suntrol.com/Custom.