Baylor Clinic (formerly St. Luke's) Medical Office Building & Garage

Commercial Office Buildings, Healthcare, Parking Garages

Location

Houston, Texas

Size

675,000 sf

Project Features
  • Administrative space
  • 11-stories of parking
  • Sky bridge
The Baylor Clinic Building & Garage was originally designed by Kirksey for St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, providing four floors and 180,000-sf of administrative office space above 11-stories of parking for 1,500 cars. The building has since been renovated twice by Kirksey. The original facility was designed to complement the existing SLEH medical office tower and the new Cooley Heart Institute, using cream-colored precast, white curtainwall, and a light reflective glass. Kirksey was later engaged to help redesign the shell building and provide an additional occupied floor by way of a downward expansion into the garage floor below, which enabled the Baylor Clinic to move in. Most recently, Kirksey has redesigned the 12th floor for the new St. Luke’s Liver and Kidney Disease center. Kirksey also designed the first and only sky bridge on Main Street connecting the new building to the existing campus to the East.
 
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Since joining Kirksey in 1978, Scott has become an expert in the design and delivery of commercial office buildings. He oversees a team of talented architects and has positioned Kirksey as a leader in commercial architecture, from single story to high-rise, speculative to build-to-suit corporate headquarters, parking structures, and mixed use projects.