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Emergency Department Expansion and Renovation Augusta Health – Fishersville, VA

Emergency Department Expansion and Renovation - Augusta Health

Emergency Department Expansion and Renovation – Augusta Health

Project Scope: This project entails 30,000 SF multiple phased renovation to the existing hospital’s emergency department while remaining fully operational at the Augusta Health campus in Fishersville, Virginia. The addition is proposed against the existing ED front ambulatory entrance as well as abutting the existing main lab and vertically connecting directly to the surgical and central sterile departments, while providing additional egress stairs to enhance life safety provisions. Construction phasing, Infection control, Life safety, well coordinated equipment utility tie-ins and shut downs offer welcomed challenging opportunities.

Currin Design Consulting, LLC provided existing building conditions knowledge base from multiple adjacent previous projects at the facility; planning review; design assistance; quality control/full-discipline coordination of construction documents and medical equipment coordination; construction phasing; and ICRA + ILSM planning support.

Architect-of-Record: AECOM

Project Completion: 2019 (Estimated)

Project Cost: TBD

Owner: Augusta Health

Client/Owner Contact: Francis Carrucio (540) 332-4780

 

Emergency Department and Radiology/Nuclear Medicine Expansion and Multiple Department Renovations – Camp Lejeune Army Hospital 

Emergency Department and Radiology/Nuclear Medicine Expansion and Multiple Department Renovations - Camp Lejeune Hospital

Emergency Department and Radiology/Nuclear Medicine Expansion and Multiple Department Renovations – Camp Lejeune Hospital

Project Scope: This project included 105,000 SF multiple department phased renovations to the existing hospital’s diagnostic imaging, central sterile, nuclear medicine, pharmacy, labs, materials management departments, while remaining fully operational at the Camp Lejeune Army Hospital. The ER/Radiology addition was built against the existing bed tower and tied in at two levels while providing additional egress stairs to enhance life safety provisions. The CBOC (Clinic Based Outpatient Care) consists of 65,000 SF and houses 14 clinics. Construction phasing, Infection Control, Life Safety, well-coordinated equipment utility tie-ins and shut downs made the project a success.

Services provided by Ms. Currin (now of Currin Design Consulting, LLC): **Regulatory Compliance assistance, Quality Control/ full discipline coordination of construction documents & medical equipment, design/ construction phasing, Liaison between architectural team (Smith Group) and engineering team (Clark Nexsen) and medical equipment planner (Innova) (**work performed while employed by Clark Nexsen Architecture & Engineering)

Architect-of-Record: Smith Group

Project Completion: 2013

Project Cost: $64,000,000

Owner: NAVFAC/Federal Government

Client/Owner Contact: Undisclosed

 

Other Facilities Include:

  • Bon Secours St. Anthony Hospital (emergency department expansion to 12 beds)
  • Bon Secours St. Joseph Hospital (emergency department expansion to 35 beds)
  • Centra Gretna Medical Center (medical equipment / Peer Review only)
  • Bon Secours Grosse Point Hospital (renovation and expansion to 20 beds)
  • Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital (medical equipment / Peer Review only)
  • Camp Lejeune Hospital (medical equipment / Peer Review only)
  • Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital (emergency department renovations and imaging expansion)

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