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Stony Brook Hospital - MART/Bed Tower Progress 6/28/2014 (From 18th Floor Bridge) by Island Swann Studios

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Island Swann Studios Island Swann Studios
Explore score
3.57 Gigapixels
Date added
Jun 28, 2014
Date taken
Jun 29, 2014

Progress of construction for the MART Building/New Bed Tower Project at Stony Brook Hospital in Stony Brook, NY on June 28, 2014. Photos were taken from the Hospital's 18th Floor Skybridge, so a slight reflection of the glass is visible due to the direction of the sun.

Visible in this photo of current progress:

- Two cranes presently on site for the installation of 1,113 Auger Cast Piles that will support the two buildings
- Exposed piles that have already been installed and are being prepared for the pouring of pile caps
- The beginning of the deep excavation (at the bottom of the photo) from Level 3 down to Level 1 and the installation of the H-Piles and SOE Wall
- Construction of the 200 foot long retaining wall (at the top right of the photo behind the right crane)
- The new concrete areaway and stairs from Level 3 up to Level 5 (left side of the photo along the edge of the existing hospital)

The new Medical and Research Translation (MART) Building and New Beds Support Tower is a 470,000 square foot addition to Stony Brook University Hospital on Long Island. When completed in early 2017, the project will feature a cancer center, research center, bed tower, and advanced medical education facilities. The 10-story, 170-bed tower will house state-of-the-art inpatient bed accommodations, Stony Brook Children's Hospital, expanded dining, and other public facilities. The eight-story MART building will be the University's new headquarters for cancer research, advanced medical imaging, neurosciences, and cancer care. The education center includes a modern 300-seat auditorium for live and distance education and community outreach programs. Shared by the MART and the Bed Tower, the auditorium sits between the two buildings, creating a continuous public corridor. The new buildings have a strong connection to the original medical center, centralizing healthcare services that are easily accessible from multiple entrances.

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Panorama size: 3572 megapixels (66764 x 53504 pixels)
Input images: 456 (19 columns by 24 rows)
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Camera make: Canon
Camera model: Canon EOS REBEL T4i
Image size: 5184x3456 (17.9 megapixels)
Capture time: 2014-06-29 17:11:35 - 2014-06-29 17:46:25
Aperture: f/10
Exposure time: 0.002
ISO: 400
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Vertical overlap: 34.9 to 39.8 percent
Computer stats: 16326.2 MB RAM, 8 CPUs
Total time 36:58 (4.9 seconds per picture)
Alignment: 8:33, Projection: 7:25, Blending: 20:59
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