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Interiors, New Construction
279,000 sq. ft., 2-Stories
Francis Cauffman Architects
Supply Chain Management
Virtual Design & Construction
This project created a new emergency department and patient tower on the Torresdale Campus. It required the construction of a new two-story structure, plus basement, to provide space for a first-floor Emergency Department, renovation in the existing Main Hospital building adjacent to the proposed new Emergency Department (including corridor connections to the existing hospital on the upper floors), electrical backfeed of the existing facility through a new generator and switchgear, sitework and landscaping, removal of the existing ED modular trailers and renovations to the existing ED area, relocation of support departments, construction of a new two-story ambulatory care entrance lobby with elevators, removal of the Annex Building, provisions for temporary trailers to house the Facilities and Biomed departments during construction of the new tower, and renovations and reconfiguration of the existing ED prior to the start of construction of the new ED.
The whole project was 80,000 sq. ft. including 15,000 sq. ft. in renovations and 15,000 sq. ft. in shell space. The facility features treatment rooms, a centralized CT-scanner and X-ray equipment, two trauma bays, waiting areas, support spaces, and a parking lot.