BJC’s mission is “to improve the health of the people and communities we serve. As a major consumer of design and construction services in the region, BJC is committed to being a leader in supporting a strong, viable and sustainable minority and women-owned business enterprise (MBE/WBE) market of health care construction consultants and contractors and an expanded minority/female workforce.
BJC Planning, Design & Construction (PD&C) will engage the healthcare planning, design and construction community through ongoing processes, policies and practices that will achieve:
- A more diverse pool of design, engineering, and construction firms doing business with PD&C
- A more diverse employee base among design, engineering, and construction firms doing business with PD&C
- Increased capacity of qualified and certified local MBE/WBE design, engineering and construction firms to do business in thehealth care industry
- Increased recruitment and employment of minorities and females in apprenticeship and internship programs to promote a more diverse workforce in the trades and professional community
The Campus Renewal Project is a long-term project to transform Washington University Medical Center (WUMC) through new construction and renovations. The campus is vast and includes Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine.
Campus Renewal encompasses the three institutions with an overall focus on improving The planning for renovation and new construction with the Campus Renewal Project is a long-term vision to renew the medical center campus on Kingshighway Boulevard encompassing BJC’s Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital along with Washington University School of Medicine.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital – a new inpatient tower will consolidate obstetrics and gynecological services, expand clinical care at the Siteman Cancer Center, expand other surgical programs and create new space for faculty practice clinics and diagnostics.
St. Louis Children’s Hospital – new construction will substantially increase the number of private beds and expand diagnostics and treatments services, outpatient clinics and support services.