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Challenge: Working in a very small site in a residential area with an extremely aggressive time frame, less than a year from design to complete construction package • four-story patient wing and surgery expansion and renovation • 132 private bedrooms in various specialties • 14 new state-of-the-art OR’s • LEED certified facility • 36-bed PACU suite • interior healing garden space • total estimated project cost $34M • East Grand Rapids, MI
Challenge: Work with the executive team to create a comprehensive plan that fits with the growth and community of the facility • consultant for a facility master plan update for the 211 bed facility • worked to prioritize two-phase master plan, creating guiding principles to create a community • planning was for a new oncology center and front entry, expansion was for surgery and a bed tower • other focus was how to expand into the other facility • helped to create the framework for a sustainable campus • worked to create opportunities for donations to green campus • created opportunities for community support of the vision of growth • phase I implementation was $3.8M • Petoskey, MI
Challenge: Work to create intuitive way-finding for visitors and patients, this needed to be done with an existing building and existing services • assisted in creating a vision and brand for the existing facility • included new image and branding • created signage requirements • created concepts for floors which follow through to the signage and way-finding of the entire facility • created a campus map • Petoskey, MI
Challenge:Created a new private bed unit while overcoming space constraints • 29 fully private patient rooms • rehabilitation room including physical therapy and occupational therapy • all the support spaces required for staff • state-of-the-art conference room • integrated nurses’ station and private space for physician and staff to share • total project cost $3M
Challenge: Work to build a new linear accelerator and replace an existing CT while maintaining operations and without disruption of ongoing services • an addition for a linear accelerator / control room, CT simulator, and shell area for a future Brachytherapy suite • renovation to accommodate doctors’ work room, consultation, dietary and social services, and billing / supplies spaces • overall project cost $5.2M • Lansing, MI
Challenge: Work with executives to create cost-effective solutions for the campus which allow for expanded services and branding • created a priority matrix to clarify building project direction • proposed a new entry to the facility, expanded pre-op beds, added a new emergency room waiting room and a new 10-chair infusion therapy space • this facility is a “Plane Tree” facility and these techniques were incorporated into the new design concept • projected project cost $3M • Reed City, MI
Challenge: Worked with users to create a full trauma orthopedic unit that accommodates the latest technology for users - 24 fully private patient rooms - three bariatric rooms - full rehabilitation room including physical therapy - radiology room with a DR unit on the floor to provide convenience for trauma patients and staff
Challenge: Worked with two user groups to create a seamless unit, making sure to accommodate all needs and code requirements, while making the unit act as one in the future · renovated entire floor to accommodate two patient populations · 41 licensed beds in the medical surgery and pediatric unit · created a fully integrated unit to function as one space at a later date for flexibility · provided support spaces for staff and families · $2M project cost · Grand Rapids, MI
â€¢ 900-square-foot, multi-level observation deck â€¢ barrier-free prefabricated restroom building â€¢ new vehicle and bus parking areas â€¢ stairway connects upper and mid-plateaus â€¢ picnic areas and site furnishings â€¢ new landscaping and native grass plantings on hillside â€¢ drainage improvements â€¢ assisted Ionia County in obtaining a $144,700 Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Grant
â€¢ the streetscape concept emphasizes the artistic and pedestrian character of Eastown through a series of sculpture plazas and gathering spaces â€¢ infill development is proposed to reduce the visual impact of large parking areas and to create a more pedestrian-oriented sidewalk to building relationship â€¢ the master plan was developed through a series of intense public workshops and individual interviews with key stakeholders â€¢ the plan was completed within eight weeks to comply with funding requirements
â€¢ 53,000-square-foot medical office building with a central registration area that ties all the services together â€¢ full-service urgent care with dedicated general radiology rooms, private exam rooms, and large treatment rooms â€¢ full-service radiology suite with mobile MRI and CT scanner, along with dedicated ultrasound and general radiology rooms â€¢ Green Guide for Health Care pilot project â€¢ occupational health suite with private exam rooms strategically planned to mitigate the surge of urgent care in the afternoon â€¢ full physical therapy space with a rehab gym along with private exam rooms â€¢ includes a phlebotomy suite with wet lab and drug testing â€¢ two physician practice office suites with exam rooms â€¢ Grandville, MI
â€¢ geographic information system [GIS] creation to map and analyze land use and cover, steeply sloped areas and drainage features within the watershed â€¢ zoning provisions to protect environmentally sensitive areas â€¢ shoreland management practices â€¢ information dissemination â€¢ Benzie County, MI
â€¢ feasibility evaluation of design alternatives â€¢ Department of Natural Resources permit acquisition â€¢ lake level rectified to new datum â€¢ dam construction â€¢ construction observation â€¢ circuit court proceedings to establish special assessment district â€¢ Oceana County, MI
â€¢ feasibility study of lake improvement alternatives â€¢ approval and permits from Department of Natural Resources and Water Resources Commission â€¢ aluminum sulfate (alum) treatment for phosphorous removal â€¢ water quality monitoring to evaluate treatment effectiveness â€¢ aquatic plant control â€¢ implementation of agricultural best management practices â€¢ special assessment proceedings to secure project financing â€¢ Genesee County, MI
â€¢ construct the first modern roundabout in Muskegon County â€¢ develop a 2 and 3 land roadway between Apple Avenue and Hall Road â€¢ install new elliptical culvert at county drain â€¢ provide drainage improvements along the entire length of the project utilizing storm sewer and open ditches â€¢ Muskegon Township, MI
â€¢ Reconstruct roadway including HMA paving and drainage improvements â€¢ Provide a safe and durable driving surface for school bus traffic. â€¢ Extension of watermain to serve properties on the south side of the City. â€¢ Assist the City with MDOT Local Agency documentation of the design and construction.
Challenge: Be responsive to the community by working with area businesses to design lab addition - 33,000 square foot addition adjacent to the Eberhard Center - Tw...
Challenge: Create a building that incorporates educational tecnology, allows for growth, and respects the context of its beautiful site while providing a variety of le...