NYU Langone Medical Center: Kimmel Pavilion

The newest addition to NYU Langone’s campus in Midtown is the 830,000-sq-ft, 21-story Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion. The project provides 374 single-occupancy patient rooms, 30 operating and procedure rooms, and an emergency department. It is the largest expansion in NYU Langone Health’s history.

Enclos provided design-assist for the enclosure scope that includes: structurally silicone-glazed (SSG) unitized curtainwall; architecturally exposed structural steel (AESS) secondary support structure; unitized curtainwall with integrated aluminum fins, metal panels, ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) and terracotta; acoustically enhancements; and custom signage. The facade provides floor-to-ceiling windows providing expansive views of the city

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Elevated Quality of Care

The doors to NYU Langone Health’s Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion opened on June 24, 2018. The 21-story glass tower provides unparalleled patient experience with single-occupancy, private rooms for all patients and expansive views of New York City. The abundance of light creates a feel of openness, transparency and connection to the outdoors. Certified as LEED Platinum, the building sets a new standard for hospital design and patient care.

This video from NYU Langone Health provides an overview of the state-of-the-art research facility.

Construction on the Kimmel Pavilion commenced in 2015 and concluded in the summer of 2018.



Facade Area:

308,000 sq ft


New York, NY


education, healthcare


359 ft


NYU Langone Health

General Contractor:

Turner Construction Company


Ennead Architects, NBBJ


Leslie E. Robertson Associates

Facade Consultant:



Best Project - Healthcare
ENR New York, 2019

Honorable Mention
Healthcare Design Magazine, 2019

Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards - Engineer's Choice
Structural Engineering Association of New York, 2019

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