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February / March 2024

Clinical Center celebrates E Wing renovation

Jeff Jenkins, Jeff Welter, Miriam Rivero, Keegan, James Gilman, and Rick Robey
Cutting the ribbon (from L to R): CIT's Jeff Jenkins; Jeff Welter, Miriam Rivero and Keegan of OD's Clinical Design and Construction Branch; CC CEO Dr. James Gilman; and Rick Robey, director of OD's Division of Design and Construction Management.

The Clinical Center's E Wing, ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held on the lawn in front of the CC's South Entrance and included remarks by Dr. James Gilman, CC chief executive officer, other institute, center and project team members.

The E Wing makeover was supposed to be complete in 2021 but was pushed back due to pandemic related delays. Despite the delay, the E Wing renovation is one of the largest and most technically challenging renovation projects on the NIH campus. The space in the CC features approximately 250,000 square feet, from level B3 to the 15th floor.

The E Wing will serve as the home for more than 1,500 research and administrative staff from 11 institutes and other centers. The new wing includes the relocation of the Clinical Center's Blood Bank which is located on the first floor, as well as the new cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) laboratory on the 12th floor.

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