Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center – 74th Street Ambulatory Care Center

New York, NY

Memorial Sloan-Kettering is currently building a new outpatient cancer care facility, complete with approximately 120 infusion rooms and 90 exam rooms, following the shift from inpatient to outpatient cancer care. The 23-story center will include treatment for patients with lung, head and neck, and hematologic cancers, as well as state-of-the-art outpatient bone marrow transplantation program. The facility will also support a broad range of early-phase clinical trials to discover new cancer treatments, and leading-edge radiation oncology and radiology services. The facility will have a patient-oriented physical design and will incorporate the most-advanced technology to ensure patients’ visits are as short and comfortable as possible.

Project Team

Memorial Sloan-Kettering hired Ross & Baruzzini | EDI to serve as the Owner’s IT Consultant. In this role, Ross & Baruzzini | EDI is serving as an extension of MSK’s facilities and IT groups to provide overall program and project management for the technology equipment and systems. These duties included: technology visioning, IT GAP analysis, design oversight, procurement management, budget and schedule control, and activation oversight. Ross & Baruzzini | EDI also developed the requirements, design, write specifications, and manage the bid process for the nurse call, RFID, RTLS, DAS, and FRS and interfaces/integration of the IPI devices.

  • Architect: Perkins Eastman/Ennead
  • Contractor: Turner Construction


Memorial Sloan Kettering

Ross & Baruzzini | EDI Services

Ross & Baruzzini | EDI will develop requirements, design, write specifications, and manage the bid process for the following systems:

  • Nurse Call
  • RFID
  • RTLS
  • DAS
  • FRS

Ross & Baruzzini | EDI will provide coordination and advisory services for the following systems:

  • Voice and Data Structured Cabling
  • CATV Cabling
  • Security
  • Audio-Visual
  • Central Clock
Project Size
722,000 SF ambulatory care centerProject Completion
Expected 2018