Building C Renovation
Since Building C's opening in 1961, it has housed all of Sibley’s inpatient units, serving the health care needs of our community for over 58 years. With the opening of Building B, the majority of inpatient departments have been relocated. Building C continues to be an essential structure on Sibley’s campus as it retains clinical units such as behavioral health and the ICU, as well as support services such as diagnostic imaging and operating rooms. The move of clinical units to Building B has left a large area of unoccupied space that will be converted to warm-lit-shell space to allow for the repurposing of Building C.
The renovation of Building C includes:
- Upgrading the infrastructure, which includes replacing existing heating and air conditioning systems
- Modernizing and upgrading the elevators
- Renovating the existing elevator lobbies to include bathrooms, IT and electrical closets
- Replacing windows, cast stone elements, roofs, flashing and caulking, which will improve the building’s exterior aesthetics, efficiency and provide substantial benefits in reduced operational cost
Plans are underway to determine the best use of the vacated space. There is preliminary interest in converting a large percentage of the space into various outpatient clinics to serve the growing need for ambulatory services on campus. The real estate and construction team will be leading the effort to determine the detailed plan and timing for the space.