Suntrol Completes Health Education Campus Glasswork

The new 477,000 square-foot Health Education Campus (HEC) featuring the Eric and Sheila Samson Pavilion showcases more than 15,000 square feet of custom film by Suntrol. The Health Education Campus is transforming medicine, and the Samson Pavilion is now home to the medical, dental, nursing, and physician-assistant students.

Privacy Film for Offices - Image by Suntrol

Privacy Film for Offices - Image by Suntrol

“This building is going to lend itself to a complete revolution in medical school education,” said Ronn Richard, President and CEO of The Cleveland Foundation and Cleveland Clinic Visionary Society member during the Samson Pavilion dedication ceremony

The $515 million Health Education Campus is a jointly owned project of Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University, and was designed by Britain’s most eminent architect Lord Norman Foster of Foster + Partners.

“The Health Education Campus is part of the transformation of medicine and the renaissance of Cleveland, and we are honored to contribute custom window film to a visionary project of this scope,” said John Hansen, Suntrol’s founder.

For more information about the HEC, visit www.hec.case.edu. For more information about Suntrol Custom Solutions, click here.

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