As part of Washington, DC's efforts to rejuvenate the area, our project team built a brand new building on the historic campus of St. Elizabeths! The new facility's purpose is to replace Whitman-Walker Health's (WWH) Max Robinson Center, a clinic which has helped DC serve the community by offering HIV-testing and other services--as part of WWH's expansion, the building located on Parcel 17 will offer the same services, as well as an expanded portfolio of other services! The clinic features more than 60 exam rooms, eight dental chairs and 12 behavioral health suites, as well as approximately 8,000 SF of leasable retail space and a large terrace overlooking the city. The project also includes a large outdoor park over an underground stormwater management system installed by the project team. Additionally, the building has a post-tensioned concrete structure and the façade is a combination of curtainwall, window wall, structural glazing, a stick-built glazing system, and metal panel. Finally, the main lobby includes terrazzo, millwork large format tile, custom bronze decorative elements, among other finishes.