December 2021 - BJC HealthCare’s infection prevention specialist Loie Couch vaccinated 15 workers on the Campus Renewal Project at Barnes-Jewish Hospital December 1. That was more than one-third of the workforce in this early stage of the project.
Nov. 2021 - Cheryl Stoddard, President of Technology Integration Engineering (TIE), credits participation in BJC Planning, Design and Construction’s (PD&C) diversity and inclusion program for the growth of her young company. “The Capacity Building Warehouse (CBW) was a catalyst for where we are today,” says Stoddard. “I would have struggled more if it had not been for applying to BJC’s CBW and making connections through BJC 201.”
October 18-22, 2021 marks the inaugural Construction Inclusion Week in which every member of the construction industry is invited to unite in efforts to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion. BJC HealthCare’s Campus Renewal Project is an opportunity to build on the success of our diversity and inclusion work in the design and construction community launched in 2013 during the first phase of Campus Renewal.
Oct. 2021 – The September BJC 201 program, the third this year that was held virtually, focused on how to successfully create strategic alliances on design and construction projects. These quarterly sessions are intended to create learning experiences in key areas of business/industry including operations, project management, estimating, marketing, business development and financial controls.
Sept. 27, 2021 - Building on the legacy of providing exceptional health care to patients from the St. Louis region, Missouri, Illinois, the nation and around the world, BJC HealthCare will soon break ground on a 16-story inpatient hospital tower at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. The new inpatient tower is an important component of BJC’s Campus Renewal, a long-term vision to transform the Washington University Medical Campus (WUMC) through new construction and renovations with an overall focus on improving the experiences of patients and families served by Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital.