This 9,000 square foot, one story building in Richmond, Virginia is a departure from the usual medical office building. Its modern design is intended to provide a calming experience to patients and express the philosophy of the owner. The thin design of the roof posed structural challenges in meeting the structural depth requirements and lateral stability requirements but has resulted in a unique structure.
This one and 2 story medical office building in Henrico County, Virginia, includes a partial basement parking area and is a free standing addition to an existing building. The building uses include exam rooms, diagnostic equipment, high density filing, etc. The roof structure consists of metal roof deck on bar joists and steel beam and the floors consist of a concrete slab deck on joists. The floor over the garage is precast prestressed hollow core concrete planks on concrete beams to provide a stiff floor, minimum depth of structure and durability.
Located on the campus of Saint Francis Hospital in Midlothian, Virginia, this 2 story structure provides both medical office space and daycare facilities for the hospital workers. This approximately 25,000 square foot structure is constructed into a hill such that the both levels are accessed from grade, with a large retaining wall between levels. Cold formed roof trusses support metal roof deck and a tile roof while the floor is a concrete slab on metal deck on bar joists and steel beams and columns.
140,000 SF, three-story, steel framed medical office building, including medical office space, a 4-OR ambulatory surgery center and an imaging center. The Eden Hill Medical Center wanted to create a health-park, medical office building and medical-mall for the community. Completing the look of this new medical office building is a Mansard style roof.
3 1/2 story, 160,000 SF medical office building. Patroon Creek Medical Office Building has major tenants including Prime Care, Albany ENT, New York Oncology Hematology (NYOH) and CDPHP.
On the Hospital’s 69-rolling acre campus, a 100,000 SF 5-level 235-bed addition was designed and built. The structure is connected to the hospital on the addition’s main level with physical therapy & occupational therapy also located on the 1st floor. A wound care center and an emergency life safety education program are located on the 2nd floor, with the 3rd floor shelled for a future 4-OR ASC. The addition’s 4th & 5th floors will include family practice, orthopedic, pediatric and ophthalmology. Structure is concrete, metal stud, steel frame and brick.