UTMB League City - Building B & Garage

Healthcare, Parking Garages


League City, Texas


160,000 sf

Project Features
  • Mixed-use building with conference and fitness centers, offices, classrooms, coffee shop and bookstore
  • Outpatient clinical floor
  • 700-car garage, expandable to 2100-cars
  • Parking Count & Guidance System to monitor parking
The UTMB League City Mixed-Use Building provides much needed ancillary services and clinical space to support the hospital, along with a parking garage which provides 700 spaces of covered parking. The garage is capable of expanding to a 2,100-car garage to support the needs of the UTMB League City Campus master plan for future expansion. The mixed-use building, also known as Building B, provides vertical circulation that ties into the parking garage, along with a crucial pedestrian bridge to the hospital for an improved patient experience during arrival and departure. Building B includes an out-patient clinical floor, education & conference center, fitness center, office, coffee shop, bookstore, and storage building.

The parking garage has a mix of staff, patient/visitor, and valet parking; therefore, a robust and flexible parking access revenue and control system were designed. An easily understood wayfinding system outside the garage helps point disabled drivers to the principal entrance(s) available for their use. At a minimum, most hospital garages must be designed to handle the massive influx of first-time users. As such, this garage is designed to be as simple as possible and easy to understand from both a driver's and pedestrian's point of view. The parking garage contributes to patient satisfaction through safety, ease of use, and clear wayfinding. 

David McLemore, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP 713 426 7512
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David joined Kirksey in 1995 and has since managed the design of more than 5 million square feet of healthcare, research, and academic healthcare space. David’s client-centered approach and technical acumen have helped build and establish the expertise of Kirksey’s Healthcare Team. He specializes in programming, medical space planning, healthcare simulation design, and complex project coordination.