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FO RT H O O D R EPL AC E M EN T H OS PI TA L

Killeen, Texas

Size 960,000 square feet new construction Completion Date 2014 Services Architecture Interior design Sustainability consulting Contact Reference Mr. Omar E. Chavez Senior Project Manager U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 819 Taylor Street Fort Worth, Texas 76102 817.886.1527 omar.e.chavez@usace.army.mil The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers selected the design/build team of McCarthy/Balfour Beatty and HKS/Wingler & Sharp to design and build a replacement for the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, providing a new state-of-the-art healthcare facility for service members and their families. The design/build team aimed to create a world-class hospital environment that utilizes evidence-based design concepts and promotes both healing and learning. The medical center will include a 615,000-square-foot, 122-bed hospital, 322,000 square feet of outpatient clinics, logistics building, a 23,000-square-foot central utility plant and 3 parking structures for 5,200 cars. Designed to achieve LEED Gold Certification, the facility will showcase numerous innovative sustainable and world class features.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

in association with Wingler & Sharp

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


I N T EG RI S H E A LT H ED M O N D

Edmond, Oklahoma

Size 195,000 square feet new construction Completion Date 2011 Services Architecture Master planning Programming Interior design Structural engineering Contact Reference Ms. Avilla Williams President INTEGRIS Health Edmond 3030 Northwest Expressway Suite 1620 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112 405.951.4826 avilla.williams@integris-health.com In response to the growing population in Edmond, INTEGRIS Health built a 150,000-squarefoot, 40-bed greenfield facility including a connected 45,000-square-foot medical office building. Located on a unique elevated and tree-covered site, hospital is designed to expand vertically and horizontally to accommodate future long-term growth. The “tree� is the inspiration for the overall design concept of the building. The campus site is master planned for expansions to include up to 250 beds and additional medical office buildings.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


TEMECULA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

Temecula, California

Temecula Regional Medical Center is a new greenfield hospital designed to serve the residents of Temecula, California. The 6-story, 295,000-square-foot hospital offerS 178 patient beds and a full range of medical services including emergency, inpatient and outpatient surgery, cardiology care, endoscopy and an intensive care unit. Two medical office buildings are also located on the site.

Size 295,000 square feet new construction Completion Date 2011 Services Architecture Master planning Programming Structural engineering Contact Reference Mr. Bill Seed Director of Design & Construction Universal Health Services, Inc. P.O. Box 61558 367 South Gulph Road King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800.347.7750 william.seed@uhsinc.com in association with Design Studio Inc.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


S et o n M edica l C enter H a y s

Kyle, Texas

Size 332,000 square feet new construction Completion Date 2009 Services Architecture Master planning Programming Structural engineering Environmental graphics Contact Reference Mr. Don Pyskacek Vice President UHS Building Solutions 367 South Gulph Road King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800.347.7750 don.pyskacek@uhsinc.com With the rapidly growing community in Hays County, the area is in need of local, cutting-edge healthcare services. The 332,000-square-foot Seton Medical Center Hays provides the most up-to-date medical, surgical, diagnostic and maternity services, making it the largest medical facility in the county. The hospital includes patient services on 5 floors. The 1st floor includes surgery, emergency services, radiology, interventional radiology, women’s services, NICU and nursery, non-invasive diagnostics, wound care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, laboratory and pharmacy. The 2nd floor includes the intensive care unit with 32 private patient rooms. The 3rd and 4th floors have medical/surgical units housing a total of 64 private patient rooms. The 5th floor contains shell space for future expansion.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

in association with Design Studio, Inc.

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


S et o n M edica l C enter W i l l iams o n

Round Rock, Texas

Size 366,000 square feet new construction Completion Date 2007 Services Architecture Master planning Programming Structural engineering Environmental graphics

The growing community of Williamson County is in need of local, cutting-edge healthcare services. Seton Medical Center Williamson meets that need with its new 366,000-square-foot facility, making it the largest and only faith-based hospital in Williamson County. Designed around the concept of “experience design,” the facility combines innovative design elements and state-of-the-art technology to provide a warm, positive healing experience for patients and their families. Unique design elements include a healing garden, waterscape, nature-inspired interiors, specially selected art and a free-standing chapel with a reflection room.

Contact Reference Mr. Don Pyskacek Vice President UHS Building Solutions 367 South Gulph Road King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800.347.7750 don.pyskacek@uhsinc.com in association with Design Studio, Inc.

The hospital contains patient services on 6 floors. The 1st floor includes surgery, emergency services, radiology, interventional radiology, women’s services, NICU and nursery, non-invasive diagnostics, wound care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, laboratory and pharmacy. The 2nd floor includes the intensive care unit with 32 private patient rooms. The 3rd, 4th and 5th floors have medical/surgical units housing a total of 93 private patient rooms. The 6th floor contains shell space for future expansion.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


P almdal e R e gio n al M e dical C e n t e r

Palmdale, California

Size 355,000 square feet new construction 60,000 square feet medical office building Completion Date 2010 Services Architecture Master planning Programming Structural engineering

Palmdale Regional Medical Center is a full-service acute care hospital that provides high quality healthcare to the residents of Antelope Valley. The 5-story, 355,000-square-foot hospital provides 239 patient beds when operating at full capacity. At opening, the medical center had 163 private patient beds, inpatient and outpatient surgery, advanced cardiac care and a 35-bed, 24-hour emergency department. The Maternal Center features obstetrical/ gynecological services and a Level 2 neonatal intensive care unit. A 60,000-square-foot 3-story medical office building is also located on the site.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

Contact Reference Mr. Bill Seed Director, Design and Construction Universal Health Services, Inc. P.O. Box 61558 367 South Gulph Road King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800.347.7750 william.seed@uhsinc.com

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C e n te n n ial H ills H o spital

Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 354,000 square feet new construction Completion Date 2007 Services Architecture Master planning Programming Structural engineering Environmental graphics

The new Centennial Hills Hospital is committed to service excellence–providing timely, effective and efficient service to the community. The 354,000-square-foot, 8-story hospital is home to 108 medical and surgical beds, 32-bed intensive care unit, 41-bed emergency department and 52,000 square feet of shell space for future expansion. The facility provides surgical services for inpatients and outpatients, outpatient cardiology and endoscopy and ancillary services including radiology, respiratory, laboratory and pharmacy. The Women’s Center is paying special attention to new moms, offering special menus, massages and afternoon teas. Comprehensive maternity services include 6 labor/delivery/recovery rooms, a 25-bed postpartum unit and a 6-bed Level II nursery. Two medical office buildings will also be located on the campus.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

Contact Reference Mr. Bill Seed Vice President Universal Health Services, Inc. 367 South Gulph Road King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800.347.7750 william.seed@uhsinc.com interiors in association with Design Studio, Inc.

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


E di n b ur g C hildre n ’ s H ospital

Edinburg, Texas

Size 109,000 square feet new construction 57,500 square feet renovation Completion Date 2006

The new 109,000-square-foot, 4-story addition at Edinburg Children’s Hospital was designed with a jungle theme and feels more like a children’s museum than a hospital. A 30-foot mural in the hospital’s main lobby, featuring life-size animals surrounded by artistically stylized foliage and landscaping, is staged to provide positive distractions for kids of all ages. The theme is further defined throughout the hospital with monkeys hanging on vines at nurses stations and 8-foot palm trees along the walls. Located adjacent to the existing Edinburg Regional Medical Center, the hospital offers a myriad of children’s services including a PICU, pediatric oncology, emergency department and 40 beds for general use. Other departments include radiology, laboratory, cardiopulmonary, operating rooms and special procedure rooms.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

Services Architecture Interior design Structural engineering Environmental graphics Contact Reference Mr. Daniel P. McLean Chief Executive Officer Universal Health Services 1400 W. Trenton Road Edinburg, Texas 78539

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


N H S S T O K E O N T R E N T H AY W O O D H O S P I TA L

Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom

Size 127,500 square feet [11,845 square meters] new construction Completion Date 2008

The 127,500-square-foot Haywood Hospital provides a full range of intermediate care services for the local community. Outpatient services are co-located with intermediate care beds for the elderly, mentally ill, rehabilitation and rheumatology patients. The inpatient and outpatient areas share access to diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation and support areas. The integration of these varied client groups into one facility required sensitive planning, allowing each patient group to have their ideal and individual environment without dividing up the unified approach to the building. The design was based on the development of a series of modulated blocks that maintain a domestic scale of development in a contemporary environment. Warm materials of textured render, brickwork and timber feature panels were used. In response to the mature woodland nature of the site, the facility takes full advantage of its external space. Courtyards were designed to respond to the specific nature of each client group. Inpatient areas with views of nature are the rear of the site, while more public spaces are clustered around the landscaped entrance area.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

Services Architecture Functional planning Programming Interior design under the auspices of RyderHKS International

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


U N I V ERS I T Y H OS PI TA L O F N O RT H S TA FFO R DS H I R E N H S T RU S T O N CO LO GY A N D M AT ERN I T Y U N I T

North Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Size 214,000 square feet [19,900 square meters] new construction Completion Date 2009

The 214,000-square-foot oncology and maternity unit is a part of the redevelopment of the City General Hospital campus procured under the P21 initiative. The challenge of this design was to sensitively integrate the 2 services in 1 location while respecting the needs and dignity of both staff and patients. The oncology and maternity units each have their own identity and dedicated access. The facility creates a therapeutic and calming environment by using soft colors and gentle curves and features 3 interior courtyards. The 38-bed oncology unit takes advantage of the front of the facility displaying its own identity and providing a dedicated access point. It provides 8 single-bed hepafiltration rooms, 4 linear accelerators (with space for up to 6), simulation facilities, a superficial orthovoltage suite, 40-seat chemotherapy infusion center and brachytherapy area. The 56-bed maternity unit faces back into the site over a landscaped garden area with a dedicated drop-off and access. It contains facilities for mothers through pre-natal, delivery and postpartum care and features a large NICU.

Services Architecture Programming Interior design Contact Reference Mr. T. Court Director Laing O’Rourke City General Hospital Dr’s Residence 2 Stoke-on-Trent ST4 6QG United Kingdom +44.01782.667.226 tcourt@laingorourke.com under the auspices of Ryder HKS International In association with John Laing/Laing O’Rourke

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


U N I V ERS I T Y H OS PI TA L O F N O RT H S TA FFO R DS H I R E N H S T RU S T C I T Y G EN ER A L H OS PI TA L

North Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Size 1.2 million square feet [111,480 square meters] new construction Completion Date 2012

University Hospitals of North Staffordshire NHS Trust’s Private Finance Initiative (PFI) project includes a 1.2 million-square-foot acute care hospital at the City General Campus. The hospital focuses on the patient environment with distinct inpatient and outpatient components. The outpatient component includes a walk-in diagnostic and treatment center, education and research center and assisted daily living and therapies. It is connected to the inpatient component with a public concourse that houses a pharmacy, gift shop and café. The inpatient component features 400 inpatient beds, maternity center, oncology center, emergency department, rheumatology, rehabilitation, elderly and palliative care. Surgery, imaging, endoscopy, catheterization labs and intensive care units are located in a centralized hub that can be used by inpatient and outpatient sectors, creating a greater efficiency in equipment, staff and support services. The site offers an opportunity to create an environment that is closely linked with the natural woodland setting, providing serene views from bedrooms and living areas.

Services Architecture Master planning Programming Interior design Contact Reference Mr. T. Court Director Laing O’Rourke Dr’s Residence 2 Stoke-on-Trent ST4 6QG United Kingdom +44.01782.667.226 tcourt@laingorourke.com under the auspices of Ryder HKS International In association with John Laing/Laing O’Rourke

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

beckie.dennis.aia@gmail.com


M c K a y - D ee H O S P I T A L C e n te r

Ogden, Utah

Size 705,000 square feet new construction Completion Date 2002 Services Architecture Master planning Interior design Structural engineering Environmental graphics

The 705,000-square-foot McKay-Dee Hospital Center serves as a state-of-the-art replacement facility to the existing hospital. The project, which is built on a 60-acre site, consists of an inpatient treatment area of 296 beds. It includes a large diagnostic and treatment area serving inpatient and outpatient needs. Physicians are accommodated in the facility through an integrated office environment. The 2 components are linked via a central atrium. The entire facility is designed as a healing environment with water elements, functional room designs and open spaces to allow the most comfortable and accommodating environment for patients and their families.

Beckie Dennis, AIA, LEED AP den

Contact Reference Mr. John Grima Director of Planning/Marketing McKay-Dee Hospital Center 4401 Harrison Boulevard Ogden, Utah 84403 801.387.3710 john.grima@imail.org in association with Architectural Design West, PC

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