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Cleveland State University | Center for Innovation in Medical Professions

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Project Description

Cleveland State University’s new Center for Innovation in Medical Professions (CIMP) reinvigorates a city block. The three-story building replaces a shuttered 13-story dormitory and a handful of commercial and retail buildings.

In this building, CSU plans to also reinvigorate medical education. CIMP is geared toward collaboration, bringing together students in medicine, nursing, and health professions. It is also home to CSU’s Health and Wellness Center and the Speech and Hearing Clinic.

High-tech equipment and hands-on learning. Students will learn and work in simulation labs, interactive video distance learning classrooms, and collaboration spaces.

CIMP is CSU’s first CM at Risk project, as the delivery method had recently been approved by the State. It has earned LEED Silver Certification, with a projected 31.7% energy use reduction and 22.7% cost savings.

Services: Mechanical, electrical, technology, lighting, and security design


  • Award of Merit | 2017 Illumination Awards | Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)
  • 2016 Award of Excellence in Design & Construction | New Construction, Large Project | Cleveland Engineering Society
  • Honor Award | 2016 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition | American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Ohio


Project Stats
Design Date: 2014
Completion Date: 2015
Project Cost: $47,700,000.00
Square Footage: 106,000
Name: Cleveland State University