The moment you step off the elevator this lobby is your first impression of the environment that begins as the hub to the doctors’ offices, phlebotomy area, doctor’s locker room and arthroplasty’s vast doctor’s network that includes their new offices & exam rooms.
The work entailed the cosmetic upgrade to the walls/flooring/columns that had to occur after hours that way it did not interfere with the daily use of patients and visitors.
This project was a renovation of existing lab space was converted to 7,000 Sq. Ft. Hip, Pain, & Preservation office space. Work included new lobby with decorative feature wall, light TV column, and reception desk. Also included a nurses’ station, 7 exam rooms, a radiology center, and doctors’ offices. All work included coordinated MEP work with medical gases.
This project was a renovation of a 4,000 Sq. Ft. office for Dr. Ranawat. Work included a new reception area, nurses’ station, office, and examination rooms. All coordinated MEP work. This was a complete job that occurred in an occupied space that was phased in order not to disturb other facilities within.
As part of the main Hospitals expansion project, they needed to add emergency stair roof access. Work involved reinforcing and adding structural steel and precast concrete as the backbone for the new structure. The steel skeleton was wrapped in a built up EIFS system with new roofing. Once the bulkhead was weather tight the work began to cut the portion of the old roof out and the installation of the new metal pan stairs, which gave the Hospital new access to the roof.
This cosmetic work occurred after hours and on weekends because we could not disturb the daily function of the doctors and patients. This space included the waiting room and corridor between the doctor’s office and exam rooms. Walls had to be stripped and prepared for new wall covering, new ceiling system with lighting and vinyl wood planking.
The hospital added several new levels of space called “The Expansion”. The construction manager and HSS Engineering went through life safety for this floor and the entire hospital. We were asked to perform several life safety issues and punch list items. Work included the following: Fire-stopping/fireproofing, exit signage, grab bars, O.R. painting/caulking/installation of O.R. arms. The list of work was extensive, but was necessary to complete the space for occupation.