Cancer Resource Center – Grand Opening Today!


Located in the first floor lobby of the IU Health Simon Cancer Center, the Cancer Resource Center (CRC) had its Grand Opening today – Nov 29. The CRC is a unique space designed for counseling and a variety of amenities that will educate and comfort patients as they begin their journey against cancer. This project was designed by MSKTD and built by Wurster Construction. The CRC was made possible through the collaborative support of the American Cancer Society, Cancer Support Community, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Little Red Door, and Susan G. Komen Foundation. Together with these five community organizations and IU Health, MSKTD is pleased to make a positive difference in the lives of those fighting cancer.

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Award of Excellence


The Associated Builders and Contractors of Indiana/Kentucky held their awards banquet on September 29, 2016. The IU Health Life Line Communication Center received the Award of Excellence for Healthcare Projects under $3 Million. Wurster Construction was the member contractor and MSKTD & Associates was the architect for this unique project. The communication center dispatches all ground and air ambulances for the IU Health System.

St. Elizabeth School of Nursing Gets a Face Lift!


Dedications, groundbreakings, project kick-offs coming fast and furious these days! MSKTD’s Nick Slater attended the big Kickoff Renovation Celebration for the St. Elizabeth School of Nursing and Education Services on Monday.


MSKTD & Associates is proud to be the Architect for the new Patient Tower at Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health in Lafayette, Indiana.  Project Manager, Kyle Hardie, was in attendance to help kick-off this exciting project.  Construction of the West Patient Tower will begin in late July with completion expected mid-year 2018.


MSKTD & Associates is proud to be the Architect of Record for the School of Nursing located on the Central Campus and the new West Tower located on the East Campus of Franciscan St. Elizabeth.  Both projects are significant investments within the community by the healthcare system, representing the majority of the $85 million improvements announced by Terry Wilson, CEO for the St. Elizabeth Health Region.

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