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CORE Broznick Surgery & Research Pavilion
Pittsburgh, PA

Architecture and interior design for a new addition (26,083 square feet) and the renovation of the existing building (21,184 square feet)

The project consists of a 26,083 square foot addition and also the renovation of the existing 21,184 square foot facility. The Center for Organ Recovery & Education (CORE) is a life saving organ procurement organization, serving this region. This new addition better equips CORE to recover organs and tissues, through a dignified process, in its own facilities.

The project addition/renovation includes:
• Two-story Atrium
• Upgrade Laboratories
• Two Operating Rooms and an Intensive Care Room
• Donor Referral Center
• Auditorium and Staff Lounge
• Bereavement Center
• Other Support Services, Expanded Offices and Employee Amenities

The new roof area includes a large covered terrace for staff use as well as a "green roof".

The ‘Special Place' Pavilion is a space for families to gather to remember their loved ones.

The new facility has achieved LEED Silver certification.

The Design Alliance worked with Craig Allen, AIA as Health Care Consulting Architect. His firm, Image Associates, has extensive experience in health care facilities, medical offices and other diagnostic and treatment suites.