We are preparing to begin construction on the Center for Outpatient Health. One of the key changes that must take place before construction begins is changing where patients, visitors and employees park. There are links above to the latest campus parking maps. We recommend that all patients and visitors use the free valet parking service at the main entrance to National Jewish Health. Patients should allow themselves a little extra time to arrive and check-in for their appointment.
Over the next few weeks, several construction projects will be underway throughout the campus to help us prepare for construction of the Center for Outpatient Health. We anticipate that some of these projects may impact employees and patients.
Bellevue Parking Lot Expansion
We are creating a temporary parking lot on the current grassy area in the Bellevue Parking Lot (southwest corner of Colorado Boulevard and 14th Avenue). This space will provide additional parking once construction starts on the Center for Outpatient Health. Construction of the temporary parking lot should be complete in late October.
Boiler Replacement – street closure
Work is underway to replace an old boiler on our campus. Due to the boiler's size, 14th Avenue near Jackson Street will be closed to traffic on Saturday, Oct. 5, for installation of the new boiler.
Sanitary Line Relocation – sidewalk closure
We need to move a city sanitary line that runs under the sidewalk on the north side of 14th Avenue between Garfield Street and Jackson Street. The sidewalk along that side of 14th will be closed during construction. Work began the week of 9/30 and should be complete by the end of October."
We filed formal plans with the City of Denver on June 3, 2019. This step began the review and permitting process.
We anticipate that it will take about six months for review and permitting to be completed as is common in projects such as this one.
We expect to begin construction later this year.
The new building will be located on the northwest corner of our main campus in close proximity to our current patient care areas.
We are planning a five-story, 104,000 square-foot building that will contain clinical exam and procedure rooms, and space for other ancillary services.
The building is being designed to provide a cohesive look in keeping with our campus and the neighborhood. Building plans include additional parking at the building site.
The fence has gone up and work to prepare the area for construction of our new Center for Outpatient Health (COH) is underway. Our construction contractor Mortenson Construction has begun clearing the ground on the building site and other preparatory work. National Jewish Health is working to finalize all permits and plans with the city of Denver and awaiting the final permits, which are anticipated by the end of January.
In addition, the City of Denver Storm Water Project is just beginning. It will cause the main entrance to our campus to temporarily change from Colfax to an entrance off 14th Avenue, beginning Saturday, Jan. 18. The change is anticipated to last through August 2020.
The City of Denver is replacing many of the storm drains in streets that have had regular flooding issues, including in our area. Jackson Street, which runs through our main campus, will have enlarged storm drains installed. We have been working with the City to allow the new storm drains to come across our property, rather than through the residential neighborhood to our west.
There are links above to the latest campus entrance directions and parking maps. We recommend that patients and visitors use the free valet parking service at the main entrance to National Jewish Health. Patients should allow themselves a little extra time to arrive and check-in for their appointment.
National Jewish Health received all city permits in early February and construction on the Center for Outpatient Health (COH). Mortenson Construction is fully underway. A tower crane has been erected on site, and work continues on the foundation of the building.
The City of Denver Storm Water Project continues in Phase 1 of their construction plan. The City & County of Denver is installing an improved, expanded storm drain system to provide greater flood protection for Congress Park residents, National Jewish Health, and local businesses from heavy rainstorms and other storm events. That project necessitated a temporary move of the National Jewish Health main entrance to entering off 14th Avenue. This change is anticipated to remain in place through August 2020.
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