Mayo Clinic Primary Care


ELM provided architectural building design, landscape architecture and master planning services for Mayo Clinic’s first patient care facility away from the hospital campus in two decades.

This LEED-certified, state-of-the-art primary care facility supports the highest level of patient care and service, while also emphasizing the importance of green design.

The first phase of the project consisted of a two-story, 40,000-square-foot Primary Care facility offering exam rooms and laboratory services, together with physician offices, administrative support, and classrooms. The site plan and building design also provide options for future expansion as the need arises.

Throughout the world, the Mayo Clinic is recognized as the finest provider of healthcare, research, and education. Jacksonville, Fla., is one of only three major Mayo Clinic campuses, together with Rochester, Minn., and Scottsdale, Ariz.



Mayo Clinic


Services Provided

Master Planning


Landscape Architecture

Signage and Entry Design

Construction Observation



LEED-certified project

Facility supports state-of-the-art patient care

Sustainable high-performance site and building systems

Represents the level of quality the client is recognized for

Future growth anticipated through integration of building and site design 

ELM’s involvement with the Mayo Clinic Primary Care project allowed our firm to demonstrate the diverse capabilities of our staff, not only within the health care industry but also with regard to green building design. At ELM, our long-standing commitment to sustainability helps us to better serve our clients, who are becoming increasingly concerned about the environmental and ecological impacts of both new facilities and redesigned structures.
— Tim Miller, ELM founding principal and Mayo project lead architect


2014 LEED Certification
U.S. Green Building Council



Jacksonville Business Journal

Mayo Clinic Florida to spend $97M on expansion projects


Jacksonville Business Journal

Mayo Clinic Florida to build new primary care center


Mayo Clinic News Network

Mayo Clinic Plans $97 Million Expansion to Meet Higher Patient Demand


ELM Project Leadership

Project Team

ELM — Planner, Architect & Landscape Architect

TLC — Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Engineering

Atlantic Engineering Systems — Structural Engineering

Group4 Design, Inc. — Interior Design