This state-of-the-art, nine-level facility houses medical oncology and surgical units. Bone-marrow transplant patients are cared for by physicians and staff from the prestigious Winship Cancer Institute.
J-Wing personnel also treat kidney, liver, and pancreas transplant patients within the 232-bed facility.
To protect and beautify the gleaming hospital tower, Southwest Wall Systems installed a continuously insulated hard-coat stucco finish system. The product we used, StoTherm® ei XPS, provides air and weather tightness as well as long-lasting thermal performance and durability.
The StoTherm system incorporates the StoGaurd® air and moisture barrier and market-leading insulation material made by Owens Corning or Dow Chemical (now DowDuPont).
- The university and its hospital bear the name of Bishop John Emory, who in the 1830s was instrumental in establishing a Methodist college, which later became Emory University.
- J-Wing and its sister facilities in Atlanta stand as the core of one of the nation’s leading university-based health systems.
- With faculty physicians in more than a hundred specialty and subspecialty areas, Emory University Hospital regularly makes U.S. News and World Report’s list of “America’s Best Hospitals.
General contractor: McCarthy Building Companies, St. Louis
This sustainable, high-performance wall system helps lower energy costs and reduces the carbon footprint of buildings. In addition, StoTherm ci XPS offers unmatched aesthetic choices thanks to a wide range of decorative and protective finishes available in virtually unlimited colors. This system utilizes Owens Corning Foamular CI-C or Dow STYROFOAM™ Panel Core 20 insulation and is shown on a commercial steel wall frame.