Design and Construction of the David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care Recognized by Industry Leaders

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The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

It’s been six months since members of the MSK Boards of Overseers and Managers, hospital leadership, and local elected officials joined together to celebrate the opening of the David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Recently, the facility has been recognized by a number of industry leaders for its innovative and resilient design, some of the many features that put the 750,000 square foot facility in a class of its own.

NYCxDESIGN Health and Wellness Award Winner: In May 2020, the David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care was recognized by the NYCxDESIGN Award, presented by Interior Design and ICFF. These awards honor outstanding products and projects in categories that span major areas of design, from architecture to interiors, from products to accessories.

Healthcare Design Showcase Award of Merit: The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care received the prestigious Award of Merit, the highest honor, in the 2020 Healthcare Design Annual Design Showcase.

ASHE’s Health Facilities Magazine: The June issue of Health Facilities Magazine from the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) featured the MSK facility on its cover and highlighted the innovative and unique storm resiliency features which have made the center a role model for other institutions relative to flood proofing, resilient design, energy efficiency and continuity of service for our patients and staff.

Design TV: MSK’s Executive Director of Design + Construction, Suzen Heeley, was featured alongside design partners, as part of Interior Design’sTown Hall” series on Design TV. The roundtable discussion highlighted how the David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care can serve as “a role model for how we think about the future of health and wellness.” The 30 minute episode was hosted by Interior Design Editor in Chief Cindy Allen.