Take a virtual tour of the Medical Center’s future, when all phases of construction will be complete.
The Washington University Medical Center campus is being transformed in the next decade by renovations and new construction as part of the Campus Renewal Project. Construction at the Medical Center is taking place at Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children’s hospitals and the School of Medicine.
The first phase of the Campus Renewal Project includes an expansion of St. Louis Children’s, as well as expansion of Siteman Cancer Center, surgical programs, diagnostics and services for women and infants. It also includes new space for university faculty practice offices and clinics, parking and additional green space.
The second phase of the Campus Renewal Project will focus on the south end of the campus. It will expand Barnes-Jewish’s heart and vascular program, neurology and neurosurgery programs and transplant, trauma and critical care and general medicine programs.
The entire project will incorporate significant improvements to parking and traffic flow for patients. It will represent one of the most extensive construction projects in the region, creating hundreds of construction-related jobs and having a significant positive economic impact on the St. Louis metropolitan area.