Genesys-Hurley Cancer Institute was formed by two healthcare institutions in Flint, Michigan in order to provide state-of-the-art cancer treatment for the surrounding region. This 30,000 s.f. facility is built upon an existing underground radiation therapy center and expanded above beyond the existing footprint. Program facilities include Medical Oncology Clinic, Radiation Oncology Clinic, Infusion Center, and Administrative Offices.
The lowest level known as the Garden Level opens onto a recessed garden to the east. A second radiation therapy module was added across from the existing one. A naturally lit hall separates the two. Two stories were added above with the top one projecting over the garden. This floor contains the Oncology Suite. The primary exterior materials are two toned burnished block and metal panel. The main entrance features a glazed atrium with a water wall at the garden level that opens to all floors above to allow the sound of falling water to permeate the lobby spaces. As well, every opportunity has been taken to maximize daylight into the building.