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KELSI SCHWEDE SELECTED WORKS


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PEDIATRIC MEDICAL SURGICAL

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MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING

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AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER

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PERIOPERATIVE SERVICES STUDY

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FAMILY BIRTHING CENTER

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CAMPUS MASTER PLAN

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EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE STANTEC

STANTEC

Designer / Medical Planner

Chicago, IL / Jan. 2017Planner - Present Designer / Medical Chicago, IL / Jan. 2017 - Present Medical Planner in the healthcare studio collaborating with project architects, medical planners, and project designers to develop space

KELSI SCHWEDE DESIGNER AND MEDICAL PLANNER

KELSI SCHWEDE

DESIGNER AND MEDICAL PLANNER Phoenix, AZ

260.704.6160 Phoenix, AZ

Medical in the healthcare collaborating with project programs,Planner project proposals, schematic studio design schemes, through architects, planners, project designers to develop space constructionmedical documents. Criticallyand analyzing existing conditions of different medical facilities in search of areas fordesign improvement and through programs, project proposals, schematic schemes, optimization. documents. Critically analyzing existing conditions of construction different medical facilities in search of areas for improvement and optimization. HKS, Inc. Architectural Intern

Chicago, HKS, Inc.IL / May 2016 - Sept. 2016 Member of project teams working to complete construction

Architectural Intern documents for a Medical Office Building and schematic design for a Chicago, IL / May - Sept. 2016 hospital in Saudi Arabia.2016 Responsibilities included medical planning, detailing, structural coordination, material selection, and production of

Member drawings. of project teams working to complete construction documents for a Medical Office Building and schematic design for a hospital in Saudi Arabia. Responsibilities included medical planning, VINTAGE ARCHONICS detailing, structural coordination, material selection, and production of Architectural Intern / Jr. Medical Planner drawings. Fort Wayne, IN / May 2015 - Aug. 2015 & May 2014 - Aug. 2014

kelsi.schwede@gmail.com

260.704.6160

kelsi.schwede@gmail.com AWARDS AND CERTIFICATIONS

LEED Green Associate

AWARDS AND CERTIFICATIONS AIA, Associate LEED Green Associate References and Portfolio available upon request.

AIA, Associate

Worked extensively on schematic design and preparing construction VINTAGE ARCHONICS documents for a variety of projects including a new Family Birthing

Center and an Emergency Department Architectural Intern / Jr. MedicalRenovation Planner at Parkview Randallia Hospital, a new branch for Midwest America Federal Credit Fort Wayne, IN / May 2015 - Aug. 2015 & May 2014 - Aug. 2014 Union, and an addition for the National Auto Truck Museum. Collaborated closely with clients, Project Architects, and Project

Worked extensively on schematic design and preparing construction documents for a variety of projects including a new Family Birthing Center and an Emergency Department Renovation at Parkview EDUCATION Randallia Hospital, a new branch for Midwest America Federal Credit Union, and an addition for the National Auto Truck Museum. Collaborated closely with clients, Project Architects, and Project

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA CHAMPAIGN Masters of Architecture Urbana Champaign, Illinois May 2017

EDUCATION

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY Bachelors of Science in Architecture UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA CHAMPAIGN Minor in Interior Design

Magna Cum Laude Masters of Architecture Muncie, Champaign, Indiana Urbana Illinois May 2015 May 2017

SKILLS BALL STATE UNIVERSITY 3

References and Portfolio available upon request.

Bachelors of Science in Architecture Minor in Interior Design Revit Adobe Creative Suite AutoCAD Magna Cum LaudeLumion Rhino Digital Fabrication Muncie, Indiana dRofus Grasshopper Google Sketchup May 2015


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PEDIATRIC MEDICAL SURGICAL UNIT LOCATION / Miami YEAR / 2018 - Present In 2018, the renovation of four pediatric patient units within this Miami-based Pediatric Hospital comprised of over 100 patient rooms began. We started the design process through a series of multiple user group meetings involving clinicians, facilities, patients, and families. The goal of the project is to completely renovate these existing units and redesign them to match the new intensive care tower on campus. The project involves complex phasing, prefabricated components, and modern finishes that work with the campus wide wayfinding effort. Construction is currently underway.

Patient Room

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NICU

20 PATIENT ROOMS * Outboard Toilets Optimal for Visibility

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3N

19 PATIENT ROOMS * Located above PACU

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20 PATIENT ROOMS

GENERAL MED / SURG

3S

19 PATIENT ROOMS 5

This is the existing floor plan of the four units located on the third floor of the hospital. These units will be renovated into all private patient rooms, 3 medical surgical units, and one NICU.


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CARE TEAM STATION

CARE TEAM 1 503 SF

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CARE TEAM

CARE TEAM STATION - FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

CARE TEAM STATION

2

CARE TEAM STATION - CEILING PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

DD USER MEETING #2

During user group meetings for each unit, plans and axons, along with Virtual Reality tools, were used to communicate planning ideas with the users. In addition, mock-ups were used to make critical decisions within the patient rooms such as height of medical gases, location of sharps, and visibility from the corridor.

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Final Site Plan

OFFICE 02 MEDICAL BUILDING LOCATION / Chicago, Illinois YEAR / 2018 The challenge of this MOB was to bring together high-profile experiential design with flexible and modular planning in order to attract high profile health networks in the Chicago area to lease space. Amenities focused on outdoor space, community health, and education are throughout the building. The building design is extremely site-specific, aiming to be a new icon for the community. CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT The MOB is currently going through final documentation before Scheme 1 construction later this year. beginning

Final Renderings

Scheme 2

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3RD FLOOR

PLANNING

Final Renderings

EXAM ROOM STAFF SUPPORT TOILET ROOM

STAFF / SERVICE PUBLIC CIRCULATION AMENTITY / SUPPORT VERTICAL CIRCULATION

2ND FLOOR

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1ST FLOOR


AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER LOCATION / Chicago, Illinois YEAR / 2017

203rd STREET 250 Y ARD RAD IUS

VEGETATION BUFFER

WATER RETENTION

PROPE

ASC ENTRY

FUTURE EXPANSION

STAFF

As the surgical services expanded at the main hospital, the need for an ambulatory surgery center became increasingly clear. This ASC needed to be within 250 yards of the main hospital for reimbursement purposes and needed to fit into the future plans for the empty site. The ASC has three main operating rooms plus two smaller rooms for endoscopy. The exterior skin design connects with the branding efforts at the new main hospital entry.

IU AD DR AR 0Y 25

AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER

25'

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PUBLIC

03

STAFF & SERVICES ENTRY

WATER RETENTION

Review - ASC Phase 1 ASC Site Plan 10

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12' - 4"

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9' - 2"

31' - 2"

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1' - 0"

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2' - 9 3/4"

RIGID INSULATION (R-7.5 MIN.)

D 32' - 0"

120

VESTIBULE 106

WOW ALCOVE

F.1

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PATIENT BELONGINGS

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15

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1' - 0"

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109

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78

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93

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35' - 5"

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TOILET

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CARE TEAM

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DICTATION

35

25

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112

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98

88

123

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26B

EVS 85

CORRIDOR

ANES WORKROOM

83

56

CONSULT 4

TOILET

TOILET CORRIDOR

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64

65

STORAGE 68

FEMALE LOCKERS 84B

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MALE LOCKERS

H.1

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CONFERENCE

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62

1' - 0"

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PANTRY

70

61

66

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CORRIDOR BIO-MED

MALETOILET/ SHOWER

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115

114

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45

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103

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RECEPTION

1' - 0"

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CONSULT

44

40

39

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CORRIDOR

99

CONSULT OFFICE

OFFICE

45' - 0 1/2"

20' - 8"

RECEIVING

5' - 0"

CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE. SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS.

SEAL: 10' - 3"

38

LOUNGE 103

STN-1

H.2

FAMILY LOUNGE

STORAGE

69

55

5 A2-105

37

124

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CORRIDOR

28

27

125

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1 / A1-101-B 1 / A1-101-A

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28' - 11"

28' - 11"

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19

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MATCHLINE

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107

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CORRIDOR

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121

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1' - 4 3/4"

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ISSUED FOR PER ISSUED FOR OW ISSUED FOR OW ISSUED FOR 70% ISSUED FOR DD DESC

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110

119

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12' - 4"

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GL-1

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GL-1 (T)

GL-1 (T)

GL-1

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GL-2

8' - 2"

GL-1

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GL-1 (T)

GL-1 (T)

BR-1

ALUM-2

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7 A2-106

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GLASS FIBER INSULATION (INSUL-2)

SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILING, TYPICAL.

GYP. BOARD

STN-1

METAL LOUVER CLADDING SYSTEM, INVERTED LOUVER DIRECTION (LV-2)

SLAB ON GRADE. REFER TO CIVIL DRAWINGS.

GRADE. SEE CIVIL

STAINLESS STEEL SQUARE BOLLARD WITH PUSH PLATE ACTUATOR AND KNOX BOX

A 01 FLOOR 0' - 0"

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A2-106

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RADIANT PANEL. SEE MECHANICAL DRAWINGS. GLAZED ALUMINUM WALL SYSTEM (ALUM-2)

2"

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SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILING, TYPICAL.

5

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20' - 8"

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EQ

1

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2' - 8"

1/2" = 1'-0"

PAINTED ANGLE TO MATCH BRICK. REFER TO ALUM-1 STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS.

SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILING, TYPICAL. 4 A2-101 T. HIGH PARAPET 17' - 2"

7' - 4"

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EXTERIOR WALL SECTION

A

POLYISOCYANURATE INSULATION (INSUL-3)

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B. DECK 14' - 6"

PREFINISHED METAL COPING RIGID INSULATION (INSUL-1)

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GL-2

T. HIGH PARAPET 17' - 2" T. LOW PARAPET 16' - 10"

PREFINISHED METAL COPING. EPDM MEMBRANE (RFG-1) POLYISOCYANURATE INSULATION (INSUL-3) METAL DECK. SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. MTL-2

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4

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MATCHLINE

CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL. SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS.

MATCHLINE

B0D

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RATIVE SERVICES

04

1

Endoscopy – 1st Floor

PERIOPERATIVE SERVICES STUDY LOCATION / Wheeling, West Virginia YEAR / 2019

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A hospital in Wheeling West Virginia tasked our team with studying their perioperative services to consult on operations, prioritize capital projects, and advise on services that could be moved to the ambulatory setting. Our team was given large amounts of data regarding their services and patient volume. In addition, we did a full assessment of their existing conditions to provide them with an extensive study on their current services with options for future growth, operational improvements, and ideas for & CAPACITY ANALYSIS 1. VOLUME optimizing throughput.

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CASE VOLUME AND GROWTH

CATH LAB

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HYBRID OR 12

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PERIOPERATIVE SERVICES STUDY 02/13/19

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2019E – 69 OP Cases

2019E – 24 OP Cases

2019E – 5,058 OP Cases 1. VOLUME & CAPACITY ANALYSIS

ENDOSCOPY

TOTAL VOLUME BY SPECIALTY & LOCATION

GENERAL PLASTICS

ORTHOPEDICS

TOTAL VOLUME BY LOCATION – 2018E

UROLOGY ENT GYNECOLOGY NEURO SURGERY ROBOTIC ONCOLOGY VASCULAR

OPEN HEART

TOTAL VOLUME BY SPECIALTY – 2018E

THORACIC/PACEMAKER PULMANOLOGY PODIATRY CARDIOLOGY ORAL/DENTAL

2019E – 709 OP Cases

2019E – 641 OP Cases

2019E – 1,225 OP Cases

CAST OPHTHALMOLOGY RADIOLOGY PROCEDURE

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ANESTHESIOLOGY

Source: Wheeling Hospital Perioperative Services; Case Volume by Specialty November 2018

1.

7

02/13/19 NUMBER OF CASES 2018E

PERIOPERATIVE SERVICES STUDY 02/13/19

VOLUME & CAPACITY ANALYSIS VOLUME BY PEAK TIMES

A significant proportion of cases, 82%, begin and are completed during the peak time hours of 7:00 AM to 1:00PM

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LOCATION / Fort Wayne, Indiana YEAR / 2016 Fort Wayne, Indiana

TheProfessional new Family Birthing at WorkCenter Parkview Randallia Hospital in downtown Vintage Archonics Fort Wayne, Indiana was a renovation 2015 projectSummer of an existing medical surgical unit. The new center, focused A major project that I was involvedoninfamily experience and of patient includes during the summer 2015 safety, was the 10 LDRP rooms, 2 C-Section OR’s, Family Birthing Center and Intensive Care and a newwithin entryParkivew sequence. In addition, Unitbrand Renovation Randallia 12 new ICU rooms were included Hospital in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. as a of the in Thepart project was renovation. located in a Since wing ofopening the 2016,that thewas Family Birthing is one of hospital originally a Center med-surg topcomplete, destinations for growing unit.the Once the renovation wasfamilies in Northeastern Indiana. home to the entire Family Birthing Center and the ICU department. I was involved in completing construction documents as well as interior design choices, client meetings, and project management.

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CAMPUS MASTER PLAN LOCATION / Lake Nona, Florida YEAR / 2017 Nemours Children’s Hospital brought on our team to look at a master plan for future growth opportunities and to improve the functional layouts of their inpatient floors. We developed multiple schemes to help guide development on campus through specific zones based on views, wayfinding, and services provided.

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In addition, the cores of the patient floors were reconfigured to allow Utilizing the shelled space onfor themore 6th floor to create the multi-discipline collaboration between Cardiac/Vascular Center of Excellence. providers and higher functioning storage space. This is was all in an effort to make the best use out of their existing space without the need for a new building.


EXPERIENCE STANTEC Designer / Medical Planner Chicago, IL / Jan. 2017 - Present

Medical Planner in the healthcare studi architects, medical planners, and proje programs, project proposals, schematic construction documents. Critically analy different medical facilities in search of a optimization.

KELSI SCHWEDE Thank you DESIGNER AND MEDICAL PLANNER

HKS, Inc. Architectural Intern Chicago, IL / May 2016 - Sept. 2016

Phoenix, AZ

Member of project teams working to co documents for a Medical Office Building hospital in Saudi Arabia. Responsibilities detailing, structural coordination, mater drawings.

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Architectural Intern / Jr. Medical Pla Fort Wayne, IN / May 2015 - Aug. 20 kelsi.schwede@gmail.com

Worked extensively on schematic desig documents for a variety of projects inclu Center and an Emergency Department Randallia Hospital, a new branch for Mi Union, and an addition for the National

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