Emory Healthcare – Georgia Proton Treatment Center


There are currently only nine such facilities in the U.S. The first of its kind in Georgia and funded by The Georgia Proton Treatment Center, the new center will treat up to 1,900 patients annually. Included in the center are five treatment rooms (four with rotational gantries and one with a fixed beam) and dedicated research capabilities. Emory Healthcare, a part of the Emory University Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center, will partner with Georgia Tech and other institutions to conduct research in the center.

The scope of this project includes the design of all Telecommunications Cabling Systems and LAN Electronics for the operation of Emory Clinical telecommunications functionalities, as well as the design of Telecommunications Cabling Systems to support the operation of specialized Proton Treatment equipment including proton accelerators. Other services include the design of Emergency Paging Audio systems, Video Surveillance, Access Control, Intrusion Detection, and Audiovisual Systems.


Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Construction Cost: $225 Million
Gross Square Footage: 115,000 gsf
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