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A clinical addition to the Duke Eye Center including clinics, 46,800 square feet of shell space for future clinics, labs and offices, and 4,700 square feet of renovations in the Wadsworth Building. The Hudson Building houses medical professionals who provide state-of-the-art eye care to patients who need advanced treatments for glaucoma, retina, low-vision
Duke Integrative Medicine is considered to be the first facility of its kind designed solely for the combined practice of alternative treatments and conventional medicine. The facility includes a sitting room/library and indoor and outdoor meditation spaces, as well as evaluation rooms, state-of-the-art treatment rooms, conference and workshop spaces, fitness facilities, showers and changing rooms, and a full kitchen/dining room for healthy cooking demonstrations and guest meals. This building achieved LEED Certified certification.
The Ruth and Herman Albert Eye Research Institute is the first phase in what will ultimately be a three phase development for ophthalmology services. The building consists of a 73,000 square foot addition to the Wadsworth Building, which currently houses the Duke Eye Clinic, and includes faculty offices, a pediatric eye clinic, and study-enrichment facilities. This addition brings state-of-the-art ophthalmology research and clinical facilities to the Duke University Medical Center, enhancing the Eye Clinic’s identity as a leader in the international eye research community.
The North Pavilion, a ten story facility comprising a clinical information management office building and an ambulatory surgery center. The outpatient surgery center includes nine outpatient operating rooms, recovery, and general laboratories. Another floor houses adult and pediatric bone marrow treatment centers and cryo-preservation facility. The building is also home to the largest database in the world providing medical and surgical procedure information to health care providers.
Under Construction: Phased renovation of the Second Floor Women’s Clinics including the Teen
Under Construction: The Center for Advanced Pediatrics houses pediatric clinics and research
Expansion of the hospital for the addition of a surgical suite tower. The expansion consists of six
Under Construction: South Bay at Mount Pleasant is an upscale comprehensive care retirement
In Design: The Destination Medical Building is a five story medical office building to support
Renovation of the Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital and the Long Term Acute Care Hospital at the
The facility is the first of three Cancer Centers of Excellence in Georgia providing clinical
Renovation of 96,000 square feet, and an addition of 112,000 square feet to the Hollings Cancer
Additions and alterations in the 160 bed North Fulton Regional Hospital include expansion of the
Addition of a four story Women’s Center housing women’s services including thirty-six
Update of the campus utility master plan for the chilled water, hot water and emergency power
Mechanical modification projects on the Mayo Clinic campus: Replacement of DDC controllers in one
Expansion of a six story hospital patient tower for a two patient floor, 104 bed addition. The
A Student Wellness Center including examination rooms, clinic support spaces, urgent care, dental
Renovation of the 5D Genitourinary (GU) Clinic.
The North Troop Medical and Dental Clinic, located in the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team complex,
The Winship Cancer Institute comprises seven floors of clinical and research laboratory space. The
Renovation of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, including new finishes, medical gas and headwall
Located on the Carolinas Medical Center campus, the 230 bed Levine Children’s Hospital houses
Addition to, and renovation of, the Miriam & Hugh Nunnally Maternity Care Center at Southeast
The Joseph Brown Whitehead Health Services Building, a student health clinic including examination
An acute care hospital for Florida Hospital and Disney Development, including an intervention
Facade lighting and lighting for the interior public areas of the Children’s Healthcare of