- FIRM PROFILE
The facility is the first of three Cancer Centers of Excellence in Georgia providing clinical research, cancer prevention, treatment, and community outreach, on two renovated floors of the main hospital. The facility includes two mammography rooms, a stereotactic biopsy room, two ultrasound rooms, a PET scan, CAT scan, outpatient infusion room, a pharmacy, ten research laboratories, forty-one patient beds, scanning and therapy technology, exam rooms, and administrative offices.
Communication systems, including structured cabling system, and local (LAN) and wide area networking (WAN), for the first of three Cancer Centers of Excellence in Georgia.
Security systems, including access control and video surveillance systems.
Recipient of the Award of Excellence, Health Care from Southeast Construction Magazine, 2004; the Design-Build, Renovation Award, Build America Award, 2004; the Award, $20 – $50 million projects category from AGC’s Build Georgia, 2004; and the Award of Excellence from ABC Georgia, 2002.
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
Under Construction: Expansion of the hospital for the addition of a surgical suite tower. The
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