Cardiac catheterization (cath) allows clinicians to use diagnostic imaging equipment to visualize arteries and chambers of the heart to diagnose and treat certain heart conditions. This tool provides communities with high level emergency cardiac care.

Replacement of Cardiac Cath Lab Modality required infrastructure replacement and upgrades, architectural finishes throughout, and interior demolition of existing infrastructure and finishes. New work included structural, mechanical HVAC, electrical/lighting, plumbing, power, and communication services.

This multi-phased project featured a significant make-way component, major renovations, and the construction of a new emergency department. This project was a 4- year, 13-phase project. Phased construction was critical to this project’s success.

Expansion and renovation included underground parking, a new 5-level, 72-exam room emergency department building, elevated dual helipad, radiology department, and patient tower.

Key Features

  • Underground parking, central plant expansion, new oxygen farm, new campus interior ring road, and utility and pedestrian tunnels
  • Two-level patient tower designed to expand up to 4 patient floors of 47,000 SF each
  • Designed for future dietary/SPD/support service and renovations to Women and Children’s services
  • Digital VR and full mockups of Trauma Rooms to achieve optimal design

The YRMC Cancer Center and Serenity Garden was designed to support the healing process through use of thoughtful amenities, an abundance of natural light, large shade elements, and special indoor/outdoor relationships with expansive views. The Serenity Garden received the 2017 AZ ASLA Honor Award.

This center is a 3-story state-of-the-art outpatient cancer center treatment facility featuring medical oncology, radiation therapy, and infusion services. The project was part of a multi-phased, 5-year initiative supporting YRMC’s 30-50-year vision of operational excellence by improving the patient experience.

Key Features

  • Patient and visitor amenities including reception area, a bistro café, beverage bar, resource center, and community conference room
  • Radiation Oncology includes 2 linear accelerators, CT Sim, and HDR room
  • 18-station infusion treatment area
  • Multiple exam rooms and spaces for wellness and massage therapy services
  • Staff areas including pharmacy, laboratory, break room, offices, and open workstations
  • Very aggressive schedule of 2 years for both design and construction with a year for each; respectively

This project included a 10,724 square foot Renovation and expansion of existing central sterile processing department (CSPD). Relocation of support areas and increase in size of the sterile and decontamination departments. The department remained operational throughout construction by implementing multiple project phases.

Key Features

  • New staff locker rooms and vendor room, offices, staff lounge and multi-purpose conference room
  • Expansion of existing sterilizer area with the addition of two new sterilizers, cart wash, two washers, seven additional processing sinks and rack return, new vestibule
  • New operation command center

This tenant improvement project involved interior renovation and shell buildout to provide an outpatient pharmacy infusion center.

Renovation and expansion of existing 8,400-square-foot area included minor interior demolition, improvements to interior architectural, structural, mechanical HVAC, lighting, plumbing, power and communication systems and interior finishes.

Key Features

  • Design and construction delivered on accelerated fast track schedule
  • USP 797 and USP 800 design implementation
  • Project located on the 3rd level of an existing 4-story Medical Office Building
  • 18 patient infusion bays, 9 exam rooms, mixing pharmacy, blood draw area and lab, and all support staff and patient spaces

The human leukocyte antigen (HLA) laboratory at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix is a full-service histocompatibility lab that conducts testing for organ and tissue transplantation programs, disease association, drug sensitivity testing, and vaccine eligibility screening.

Relocation of lab to expansion shell space, including a 3,500-square-foot tenant improvement.

Key Features

  • New offices, freezer room, storage room, public restrooms, staff lounge, pre-PCR and open HLA Lab area
  • Collaboration with transplant department
  • Detailed coordination with users and equipment vendors
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