2020 Project Updates
As 2020 comes to a close, the spread of COVID-19 continues to place multiple obstacles to the commercial construction industry. Despite the ongoing challenges presented by the pandemic, Madison is thankful that, not only have we been able to continue working productively, but we are also fortunate to have built a backlog of work for 2021. These projects include:
Ongoing or substantially complete projects
Riddle Hospital Expansion – This $327 million campus modernization project will include a new patient pavilion and renovations to existing care units and support areas. Madison is working with general contractor P. Agnes on this two-phase project.
PennVirtua Proton Therapy Vault – In partnership with Penn Medicine, this new two-story proton therapy center in Vorhees, NJ is scheduled to open in early 2022. The new $35 million center, which will allow cancer patients to undergo cutting edge proton therapy, will be the first and only proton therapy center in South Jersey. Madison is working with general contractor LF Driscoll.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), King of Prussia Inpatient Building – This 272,000-square-foot expansion for the CHOP in King of Prussia, which includes 52 beds, a 24/7, 20-bay emergency department, operating room suite and more, began construction in Sept. 2019. For this project, Madison is working with general contractor Skanska.
Merck & Company Building 63, West Point, PA – Madison is working with Integrated Project Services, LLC (IPS) on this project.
Philadelphia Naval Yard (multiple projects) – Madison is currently working with general contractor Whiting-Turner on multiple projects at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia.
New projects awarded/starting soon
2222 Market Street – This 19-story new office tower is located in the heart of Philadelphia’s central business district and will serve as the new founding office for one of Philadelphia’s leading law firms Morgan Lewis & Bockius. Madison is working with general contractor IMC Construction.
Jefferson Health Specialty Care Pavilion – This 19-story medical building is located in Center City. The new 462,000-square-foot facility will feature more than 300 exam rooms, 10 operating rooms, six endoscopy rooms, three levels of underground parking and more. For this project, Madison is also working with LF Driscoll and Hunter Roberts in a joint venture.
LVL North Apartments – Pronounced Level North, this 410-apartment project at Broad and Spring Garden Streets in Philadelphia features 9 stories with two below grade for 288 parking spaces, 110,000 square feet of commercial space and apartments on floors three through seven. Madison is working with general contractor Clemens Construction on this project.
1701 Race Street Apartments – Located on the corner of 17th and Race Streets, this new 23-story tower will feature 3,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor as well as 273 luxury rental units. Madison is working with Hunter Roberts Construction Group on this project.