Client: University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center
Principal Investigator: Brian Strawn
How can a cancer center become a community asset?
The University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center (UHCC) was completed with 36,000 square feet of unfinished interior space that has remained empty as an annex building. This project looks strategically at the best and highest use of the annex building through rigorous studies of UHCC mission, programs, anticipated user journeys, and surrounding community needs and land development plans. A full scale prototype of a typical CTI (Clinical Trials Infusion) suite was built and tested based on twelve key moments envisioned for the suite.