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Owner | Envision
Architect | Spangenberg, Phillips Architecture, Inc.
In order to meet the needs of their growing client base, Envision needed a new location to house their clinic and executive office space. The second floor of the building was completely gutted and renovated with a new reception area, doctors' offices and therapists' offices. The most unique area of the facility is the "Main Street" therapy area where low vision and blind patients can practice real world experiences such as crossing the street, doing laundry, cooking dinner and buying groceries.
Owner | Wesley Medical Center
Architect | Spangenberg Phillips Tice
This project focused on building a 1,730 sf addition to house a new heart MRI as well as a 750 sf renovation of an existing space to house the support functions for the new suite. The building foundation consisted of grade beams and spot footings while the building structure was designed using conventional steel columns, beams and joists. The exterior of consists of synthetic stucco, new sidewalks and handicap ramp. The interior finish included drywall partitions, acoustical ceilings, rigid wall protection, plastic laminate millwork, plastic laminate soffits and VCT flooring.
Owner | Via Christi Health
Architect | GLMV Architecture
In effort to provide the best patient care, Via Christi has consistently upgraded medical equipment to stay on the cutting edge of medical technology. This was the motivating factor in renovating the 4th floor, Catheterization Lab B. In preparation for the new imaging equipment, the existing cath lab was completely demolished. After clearing the space, new utilities were furnished for the new equipment including a new Flywheel UPS power supply. New finishes included casework, ceilings, flooring and paint. In addition to Lab B, the Cath Lab staging area, which serves 5 separate labs, was completely renovated with new flooring, walls, ceilings and casework.
Owner | Via Christi Health
Architect | Pulse Design Group
This project consisted of renovating approximately 1,650 sf of Via Christi St. Francis' surgery core including two existing operating rooms (OR), two restrooms and a control room. These areas were decommissioned to create space for one of the area's first hybrid OR's. This state-of-the-art OR combines some of the most advanced imaging systems with a sterile OR environment, therefore, enabling surgeons to do minimally invasive heart valve replacements with the option of performing open heart surgeries in the case of an emergency.
Owner | Via Chirsti Health
Architect | Howard + Helmer Architecture
Via Christi St. Francis had a section of the 1st floor being used for storage. Current state regulations required relocating the existing storage out of the area and making it into an ED Fast Track Treatment area to divert non-acute care patients from the Emergency Department (ED) to be seen in a more appropriate setting. The area is immediately adjacent to the existing ED and is now interconnected through the treatment areas. The scope of work consisted of demolition of approximately 5,000 sf and rebuild with 6 new exam rooms, nurse's station, clean/soiled utility rooms, storage and a reception area.
Owner | Dunn Southeast, Inc.
Architect | Gould Turner Group, P.C.
In order to expand Wesley's 2nd floor OR's, a new addition had to be constructed over the existing 1st floor ER. As with most emergency rooms this area had to remain open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For this project, Eby worked as a subcontractor to JE Dunn to accomplish the structural portion of the contract. Eby's scope included placing concrete columns over the first floor columns and placing a 2nd floor slab on deck, along with a 3rd floor penthouse. To accommodate keeping the ER open, Eby utilized a column supported table system to form the 2nd floor deck. The total project included approximately 400 cy of concrete in new columns, beams and decks.