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Virginia Medical Center

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12,000 sq. ft., 1-Stories


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Virginia Mason L5 Cath Lab

Enhancing Care Through Innovation

Turner completed the build-out of 12,000 sq. ft. of unfinished space on Level 5 of the Jones Pavilion on Virginia Mason’s Seattle campus. The project encompassed building out the remaining catheterization and electrophysiology labs from the original Level 5 Procedures Suite project which was operational during construction. The project also included relocating an existing Philips Bi-Plane unit as a preliminary phase to make way for the new Catheterization Suite. The mechanical mezzanine on Level 6 was upgraded with additional air handling equipment and electrical infrastructure. In order to tie the new suite into the building systems, a series of shutdowns were performed that included shutting down all of the existing life safety and emergency power systems. The project was phased to accommodate patient care schedule and departmental needs. The IPD model was used to successfully deliver the project.