The Network Operations Center (NOC) included the renovation of the 45,000-square-foot facility to accommodate over 370 employees. The new space has four employee collaboration areas, training rooms, conference rooms and a full cafe with smaller pantries throughout the space.
The existing call center cabling, wires and infrastructure had to be traced, identified and relocated to accommodate the new open exposed ceilings throughout the space without interfering with the day to day operations.
IMC served as the design-builder for Delaware Valley College’s new Life Science Center. The main floor of the building includes six large classrooms, conference facility and a 450-seat auditorium. Upper levels include additional classrooms and laboratories. IMC’s Virtual Design and Construction department created a Building Information Model (BIM) that was utilized throughout the design and construction process.
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.
The new, 2-story, 35,000 square-foot science and technology campus will provide for customer collaboration, product development, nutrition and bio-chemical research. The Roquette group family enterprise is one of the top-ranked processors of starch (NÂ° 2 in Europe and NÂ° 4 in the world), as well as being the world leader in polyols, pyrogen free raw materials and dry sugars.
The facility will also serve as a U.S. sales and client center for this France based company and includes six test kitchens / laboratories as well as a demonstration kitchen for showcasing new products and an auditorium with 56 capacity seating. The environmentally friendly design includes bio-swales, native vegetation and preserved farmland. The adjacent road improvements include a turn lane, deceleration lane, traffic lights and improved bike path.
Lewis constructed a new 44,800 square foot, two-story freestanding medical, dental, and human services clinic in North Seattle for NeighborCare, a non-profit care provider. Facilities include 14 exam rooms, 12 dental operatories, a pharmacy, a laboratory, conference rooms, and a demonstration kitchen used to teach healthy cooking. The active campus includes an existing King County clinic alongside the new building. The project is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.
Located in the Atwater Corporate Center in Malvern, PA, IMC served as construction manager of the new 45,000 square foot, two-story, Class A corporate office. The new office building is a stat-of-the-art facility including a two-story lobby, extensive glass and daylighting, 10″ ceilings, open offices, cafeteria, conference rooms, executive boardroom and training facilities. Employees enjoy a patio and open space with direct access to trails, views of the 70 acre lake and protected woodlands.
Krusinski Construction Company renovated and expanded the existing wound care and walk-in clinic to accommodate a new pediatric outpatient center. The new Delnor Hospital space includes: six exam rooms, two procedure rooms, clinical offices and a welcoming reception and lobby area.
Pankow teamed with Panoramic Interests to bring this new 11-story, 160 unit tower at the corner of 9th and Mission streets to the San Francisco market. Based on Panoramic Interests patented SmartSpace design, this project will provide highly efficient and meticulously planned living spaces. 80 units are reserved as student housing for the SanFrancisco California Academy of Arts University, the other 80 units will be market rate rental apartments.
The building features dynamic common areas including an exterior south facing courtyard at level 2 and a landscaped top floor roof deck with barbecue and yoga spaces.
This project is a 42,000 SF facility including a 10,000 SF heavy timber chapel.
New two-story Green Globes certified medical office building constructed on a 3-acre site. Parking features 194 stalls.