This 9,000 square foot urgent care facility incorporates state of the art technology such as HEPA filtration, MRI, CT, X-Ray, and Laboratory into one building along with exam rooms and offices. The building is constructed of structural steel with a masonry and synthetic stucco exterior.
Separate waiting areas for sick and well children with a bright vibrant décor; exam, procedure, as well as physician and administrative offices, all make up this 8,500 square foot facility. Construction modes include steel, wood, and masonry.
This small but unique church provides worship service for a rural community. The building houses a worship center, fellowship hall, kitchen and offices. The interior of the chapel is adorned with intricate stained woodwork. The exterior is brick veneer with stone accents.
This 6,500 square foot treatment center includes two linear accelerator vaults constructed with 7 foot thick reinforced concrete walls and roof, CT, patient and administrative areas. Exterior is masonry and synthetic stucco.
This 38,000 square foot church on a 13 acre developed site houses a worship center, full commercial kitchen, and two floors of classrooms and offices. The building is constructed of structural steel and light gauge metal. The exterior is brick with some synthetic stucco accent panels.
This project consists of a 5-lane drive thru facility, located adjacent to the main office. The existing facility was demolished when this new one was completed. This building is constructed with structural steel and wood framing and the exterior is finished with brick masonry and synthetic stucco with a decorative pre-cast stone accent.
This 8,500 square foot medical office building serves as the administrative facility for a team of physicians with multiple locations. The building is constructed with structural steel, wood framing, and the exterior is a combination of masonry components.
This 8,900 square foot urgent care facility incorporates state of the art technology such as HEPA filtration, MRI, CT, X-Ray, and Laboratory into one building along with exam rooms and offices. The building is wood framed, with a masonry and synthetic stucco exterior.
The building houses three linear accelerator vaults, CT, patient and administrative areas within its 8,400 square feet. The linear accelerator vaults are constructed with 7 foot thick reinforced concrete walls and roof, and built on 50’ auger grouted piles. The exterior is masonry and synthetic stucco.
This 2-story facility contains a living area, including six sleep rooms as well as a 6-bay dispatch area for emergency vehicles. The 911 emergency call center is located on the 2nd floor. This building was constructed of steel frame components and the exterior is finished with split faced architectural block and metal siding.