As part of a future expansion of Chester County Hospital, Penn Medicine constructed a new 713-space parking garage to provide additional parking capacity. The garage is a four-level precast structure including two elevator/stair towers with large glazing units for security and safety reasons. The exterior wall was designed with precast spandrel and stack wall elements with punched openings. The lower level openings has a decorative fence to direct access to the entry/exit locations. The overall architectural aesthetic was intended to fit within the style and scale of the existing hospital, including the use of sloping roof elements at the entrances and on the covered pedestrian walkways that connect to the existing hospital.