Granger to Build $24M Cancer Center Expansion at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor in Michigan

by Kristin Harlow

ANN ARBOR, MICH. — Granger Construction will build a 25,000-square-foot expansion for the cancer center at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor in Southeast Michigan. Granger will break ground on the $24 million project in September, with completion slated for November 2018.

A redesigned entrance will feature a two-story glass atrium. The main floor of the new cancer center will feature an expanded infusion suite with 22 private bays and a serenity garden. Patient care will take place on the second floor. A lower level will become a dedicated space for St. Joe’s National Cancer Institute Oncology Research Program and conference rooms.

Upon completion, the property will consist of 66,000 square feet and 40 exam rooms. Harley Ellis Devereaux is providing architectural services. In addition to $24 million in Trinity Health capital funds, St. Joe’s Ann Arbor development team, joined by community members and physicians, is conducting a $10 million campaign to support capital, operations and endowment needs for the cancer center.

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