While contractors were wrapping up construction on the Sheikh Zayed Tower and Charlotte Bloomberg Children’s Center, Johns Hopkins engaged Coast 2 Coast to survey the buildings and create as-built documentation and that would serve as the foundation for the hospital’s facility and space utilization management activities. The first phase of the 3.7 million sq. ft. project included a site visit and meeting with facility executives and stakeholders to ensure proper scheduling and coordination inside the working hospital. Two teams using Total Stations to ensure 1/16” accuracy, then established control points on each level for proper alignment on each floor plate and from floor to floor throughout the buildings and produced the final existing condition documentation. Finally, space book drawings of the facilities were also created to integrate with Johns Hopkins’ ARCHIBUS facility management system. This integration allowed for the entry of spatial data into the facility database, which led to future spatial data audits and maintenance.