Developed by The Rockefeller Group as a build-to-suit for Summit Medical Group MD Anderson Cancer Center, a joint venture between Summit Medical Group and the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. As part of a master plan development of the Green at Florham Park, that houses the New York Jets Training Facility and BASF’s North American Headquarters, the site was approved for a 130,000 SF building with underground parking.
The shell of the building was designed to inform elements of the interior program and locations of vertical circulation, entrances and entrance features. The design seamlessly incorporates clinical requirements and technology specifications of major medical equipment such as linear accelerators (LINAC) and MRI machines. The facility features 3 LINAC shielding vaults consisting of 30-inch thick walls where external-beam radiation treatments are administered to treat all body parts/organs for cancer.