Located on Civic Center Boulevard in West Philadelphia, IMC is serving as the design-builder for Penn Medicine’s new Center for Healthcare Technology. The new non-clinical tower will serve Penn Medicine’s corporate functions and house daycare for employees, information technology and human resources.
The first phase of construction is ten-stories and 305,000 square feet. A second phase will potentially add 9 more stories.
As a critical function to the support of the tremendous research that occurs within Penn Medicine, an Investigational Drug Study (IDS) Pharmacy will be housed to provide investigational drugs to and through the Penn Medicine Health System. The building will also house a Freezer Farm to promote collaboration among researchers for their samples as well as their data use in large clinical studies that move modern medicine forward.
Due to the tight setting, and the logistical constraints of working within the boundaries of three busy streets in University City, the project took months of preconstruction planning, modeling, prefabrication, and site phasing prior to the start of construction.
This 227,421 project for Parkland Health and Hospital System is a 5-story, outpatient clinic with 171 exam rooms and 12 treatment room serving Urology, Neurology, ENT, Imaging, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Pre-Anesthesia and Surgical Exam services. To further support the clinic services there are multiple MRI, CT and X-ray rooms. Construction included connecting an existing second story pedestrian tunnel.
This project was a joint venture with JEDunn Construction.
IMC Construction combined its healthcare and retail experience to complete this new design-build outpatient facility at the Exton Square Mall. Renovations were performed adjacent to occupied areas without any interruptions to mall operations. The facility includes a broad range of diagnostic and treatment services including Main Line Health family medicine physicians, obstetric and gynecology specialists, oncologists, pediatricians and other specialty physician practices, as well as physical therapy, imaging services, urgent care, cancer center and laboratory services.
Lewis built this Health Professions Campus in two phases. Phase I included a five-story facility to house health professions graduate programs, the Virginia Garcia Clinic and a pharmacy. During Phase II, Lewis constructed an adjacent building which accommodates 700 students and 80 faculty and staff members. To achieve LEED Gold certification Lewis employed green building practices, including recycling 97% of construction waste (Phase I) and a rainwater harvesting system, which has helped to reduce water consumption by nearly 50%.
The Methodist Richardson Medical Center Bush/Renner Hospital includes a 266,250 SF acute-care hospital to complement the existing physician office building, emergency room and cancer center. The 4-story hospital initially opened with 125 beds, with shell space for 50 more. The hospital features a Women’s Pavilion, a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, as well as labor, delivery and recovery services. The hospital also offers advanced cardiac care, including catheterization procedures and electrophysiology as well as surgical services. A radiology department utilizes the latest in imaging technology to better diagnose and treat medical conditions. The project received the 2014 Topping Out Community Impact Award.
Rogers-O’Brien delivered the Rankin County Hospital Replacement Facility utilizing the design-build delivery method, which yielded transparency of all costs, allowed for faster project completion and was under budget. The new Rankin County Hospital and Wellness Center includes a new 38,200 square foot critical access hospital with 15 inpatient beds along with lab, imaging, physical therapy, dietary, and emergency department services. The Clinic and Pharmacy are connected to the hospital. The 9,800 square foot Wellness Center features a large pool, exercise and gym multipurpose space, locker rooms, and physical therapy area. The 8-acre site also includes a FAA compliant lighted heliport and an RV parking area to facilitate out-of-town families of extended stay patients.
Utilizing an integrated team approach, Rogers-O’Brien and O’Connell Robertson worked together from conception through completion, actively engaging the client and hospital staff for comments and input during early work sessions. This approach allowed us to create a “one of a kind client specific custom designed facility” meeting their every need and providing efficient healthcare operational services and configurations for smooth flowing (less movement) work environments designed to fit their distinct style of procedures/routines in their facility.
Forest Park Medical Center San Antonio is a specialty surgical hospital and medical office building at the heart of a master planned, mixed-use campus. The facilities have a hospitality-oriented focus to patient care and amenity offerings. A full-service acute care hospital, the 154,000 square foot Forest Park Medical Center features 54 beds (including 16 VIP patient suites), 12 operating rooms, and two procedure rooms. The hospital includes state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging suites, laboratories, a pharmacy and a spacious cafeteria. Inspired by four and five-star resorts, the medical center incorporates an upscale ambiance throughout, which extends to the large dining facility offering chef-prepared foods, a coffee bar, and peaceful outdoor spaces, including self-sustaining green roof systems. Medical support technology, including patient monitoring devices and intravenous connection systems, are integrated into an attractive upholstered headboard and hidden when not in use. For additional privacy, VIP suites feature a separate room for family and guests equipped with a kitchenette, entertainment options and a sleeping area. Immediately adjacent to the hospital is a four story, 84,000 square foot medical office building and a four level, 470 car parking garage.
Rogers-O’Brien completed the interior finish-out of the Women’s and Infant’s Specialty Health (WISH) Clinic as part the new Parkland Hospital campus. The new 135,000 SF facility has a direct connection to the new hospital, as well as its own entrance to increase patient privacy.
The scope of work also included the construction of the new Outpatient Clinic (OPC) and is part of a joint venture with JE Dunn Construction.
Lewis built out a 20,000 square foot clinic with onsite lab and radiology in the new Village South addition to Seattle’s top outdoor retail mall, while another Lewis team constructed the building. The new clinic features expanded services, including 21 pediatric exam rooms, 12 adult exam rooms, and an imaging suite with mammography and x-ray. Lewis supported Virginia Mason’s Lean process in areas such as mocking up patient rooms to help them understand the look, ergonomics, and workflows of the planned layout.
This new 45,000 square foot, three-story clinic was built for LEED Gold certification and includes 20 exam rooms, 10 dental chairs, three community meeting rooms, a laboratory, two exhibit galleries, and an outdoor reflection garden. Parking is located below-grade and on surface lots. Lewis also renovated and expanded ICHS’ existing clinic in Bellevue.