CROUSE health

3rd and 4th floor Memorial
Tower renovation for dialysis
and Private Patient Rooms

ARCHITECT

Louis A. Porcaro, Architect

 

SCOPE

Memorial Tower at Crouse Health houses the new med-surg and dialysis suites. As the oldest and smallest building at Crouse, the existing conditions provided some additional construction challenges for the 10,000 square foot renovation. We went through an extensive 3D modeling and mechanical coordination process (BIM) prior to starting construction to ensure we maximized the limited space and that all the complicated systems would fit as designed.  The Hayner Hoyt Corporation has completed several dozen projects at Crouse Hospital since 2006, and the team worked seamlessly to make this project another success.

CROUSE health

Pomeroy emergency services
department - Phase 1

ARCHITECT

Louis A. Porcaro, Architect

SCOPE

As part of a $38 million renovation project, phase one of the Pomeroy Emergency Services Department included a significant expansion and modernization of the old Emergency Department. The clinical space grew from 7,800 to nearly 21,000 square feet and features an increased number of private patient treatment rooms, color-coded caregiver stations, the most advanced CT technology and more.

 

Working in a health care facility is different from working in any other environment because construction takes place in or near patient care areas. Special precautions and attention must be paid to running a clean, contained site that minimizes any interruption to care services. We have six Certified Healthcare Constructors on staff that add value to all of our healthcare projects. We’re currently working on phase two at Crouse, moving PromptCare adjacent to the main emergency room to better address who requires immediate critical care.

 

To take a virtual tour of the space, click here.

Read more about the emergency services department here.

 

St. Joseph’s Health
Christina M. Nappi Surgical
Tower

ARCHITECT

 King + King Architects

 

SCOPE

As part of a $220 million expansion project, the 450,000 square foot Christina M. Nappi Surgical Tower at St. Joseph’s Hospital is full of innovations in health care, boasting new technology and “green” design. The tower features 72 spacious, private rooms to encourage a quieter and healthier healing environment and a new 36-bed intensive care unit. The new construction is powered by “green” energy and features high efficiency lighting, motors, and windows. The building materials and finishes include recycled content and there are low or no volatile compounds in the paints, carpets, and finishes. A storm water retention system was also installed.

This addition to St. Joe’s was completed in a combined one year pre-construction phase and two and a half year construction phase. The design and implementation involved the latest in computer-aided building information modeling (BIM) to ensure rapid and seamless construction with minimal design conflicts.  Ultimately the project was completed 2 months ahead of schedule and 10% under budget.

 

Oswego Health

Central Square Medical Center

ARCHITECT

King + King Architects

 

SCOPE

The 22,000 square foot renovation of the Central Square Medical Center involved the complete revitalization of an abandoned health facility. The building received all new MEP systems. We also constructed a small 1,200 square foot addition to house the building’s radiology and CT scan unit. The finished center meets Department of Health requirements and includes new urgent care, medical imaging, lab, and physical therapy service areas. The therapy department features individual treatment rooms and a well-equipped gym. The project was completed on a rapid six-month schedule with all new finishes throughout.

CORTLAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

ARCHITECT

Schopfer Architects, LLP

 

SCOPE

Cortland Regional Medical Center underwent a comprehensive 30,000 square foot renovation that included updates to cardiology, human resources, administrative offices, bio med, and imaging and operation rooms. Renovations also included significant infrastructure work with the replacement of four large air handling units, existing boilers, and a chiller.

 

CROUSE health

Witting Surgical Center addition

ARCHITECT

LPS Design Associates, Inc.

 

SCOPE

The Witting Surgical Center is a 110,000 square foot four-story expansion and renovation at Crouse Hospital that involved the addition of four new operating rooms, a 15-bay post anesthesia recovery area, a six-bed pre-operation patient holding suite, and an oversized operating room that can accommodate specialty surgical cases, equipment and technology. The building shell was constructed using a cast-in-place frame. The lower two levels contain new electrical and centralized HVAC equipment that replaced older systems and now serves the entire hospital campus. Updating these critical systems required significant logistical planning since the existing service could not be interrupted.

Oswego Health

Fulton Medical Center

ARCHITECT

King + King Architects

 

SCOPE

Oswego Health took over the old Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton, NY. In a multi-phase extensive 64,000 square foot renovation project, the facility received a new roof and windows, major asbestos abatement, and a brand new kitchen. Lightwells were also constructed bringing natural light to the lower level of the building.  During construction the existing urgent care, kitchen, and medical records all had to stay operational in occupied parts of the building until the new areas were complete and departments could be relocated prior to completing other phases. The project was completed under the established GMP.

 

St. Joseph’s Health

Primary Care West

ARCHITECT

Schopfer Architects

SCOPE

St. Joseph’s West Side Clinic is a state-of-the-art 16,000 square foot facility that offers services that would otherwise be limited in accessibility to the West Side of Syracuse. We served as the construction manager and worked for several years to plan the project with St. Joseph’s Hospital. Initially, the project began as a renovation of an existing building on James Street, however there was a dire need for this kind of facility on the West Side and
St. Joe’s responded. A new plan was developed to bring primary care, mental health, pediatric, and other services all under one roof.

 

During the demolition phase, three houses needed to be removed and abated. As is the case for many older homes, lead and asbestos were a factor. Additionally, poor soil conditions required the use of piles to reinforce the foundation of the facility and to provide a base that could support future vertical expansion.

 

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