The acuity of care in outpatient medical facilities is growing along with the infrastructure to support them. Outpatient facilities include diagnostic imaging centers, short-stay ambulatory surgical centers, primary care, rehabilitation, pediatrics, and sub-acute specialties such as hyperbaric wound care and dialysis. The engineered systems can be robust including central medical gas systems, emergency power generation, clean steam humidification, and final filtration.
New 3-story, 60,000 SF Neuromuscular specialty center for Allegiance Health including Rheumatology, Imaging Diagnostic Center, Home Medical, Neurology, Orthopedics, and Rehabilitation.
New 90,000 SF outpatient services center designed to be the Medical Office Building of the future offering the shared medical appointment experience. The facility offers community focused care with cardiology, neuro, and oncology specialists.
An original 13,000 SF primary care building constructed in Battle Creek, MI turned into an additional six simultaneous prototype buildings being designed and constructed throughout west Michigan: Texas Corners, Oshtemo, Portage, Texas Township, Richland, and Three Rivers.
New 31,000 SF integrated care campus for Spectrum Health including radiology, rehabilitation, laboratory, and endoscopy procedure suite.
A new 2-story, 46,000 SF medical office building including urgent care, physical rehabilitation, pharmacy, laboratory, and radiology.