This project renovated approximately 7,000 s.f. of clinical space to house a new high-field MRI/Linear Accelerator and improve functional program and clinical patient flows for the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper University in Mount Laurel, NJ. The existing Cyberknife vault required extensive concrete cutting and removal to support the new equipment requirements. The existing medical office building had to be selectively taken apart to accommodate these efforts. H&H Design-Build provided Architectural Design, Equipment Coordination, Construction Documents, Preconstruction Services, Construction Management and Contract Administration services. Major medical equipment included one of the first installations of an Elekta Unity MRI/Linear Accelerator Systems in the United States.