medical & Assisted Living 

Featured Projects


 

salud family medical center

 

Location: Fort Morgan, Colorado

Description:New 39,143 SF family medical and dental facility. The project included installing a geothermal field approximately 10 feet underground.

 

ARCHITECT: T.W. BECK ARCHITECTS

 

palisades at broadmoor park

 

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Description:Four new buildings totaling 116,326 SF. Includes 2 new 5,824 SF 2-story 4-plexes, a 52,356 SF 3-story independent living facility with basement, a 52,322 SF 3-story assisted living center, and 4.07 acre site development. Construction type is wood framed construction with wood trusses. Exterior finishes are stucco and synthetic stone veneer.

 

ARCHITECT: ERIC SMITH ASSOCIATES

 

AGEWELL MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING

 

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Description:New 8,600 SF medical office building including 14 patient exam rooms and a multipurpose room for health classes and seminars.  Project includes sustainable elements such as a highly efficient mechanical system and building enclosure.

 

ARCHITECT: OZ ARCHITECTURE

 

MCCANDLESS VETERANS NURSING HOME

 

Location: Florence, Colorado

Description:Addition and remodel to the existing occupied facility totaling approx. 6,000 SF, including a new building addition with full basement and elevator, remodel of interior spaces, re-roofing the existing facility, and exterior landscape, paving and sitework.

 

ARCHITECT: BOULDER ASSOCIATES

 

BOULDER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL - OR#4

 

Location: Boulder, Colorado

Description:Project included design of new operating room layout, demolition of the interior of an existing surgery room, and build-out of the new space including medical gas system, new surgery lighting, HVAC, electric, millwork and all finishes.

 

ARCHITECTBOULDER ASSOCIATES

 

Forrest ridge assisted living

Location: Woodland Park, Colorado

Description:The project is a senior living facility (skilled nursing) consisting of 49,000 SF with 80 private rooms. The building is a I-2 occupancy and is two stories. The construction uses structural metal cold formed joists and studs supplemented with structural steel in several areas. The grade level flooring is concrete slab on grade while the second floor is cold formed metal joists with 1 hour fire rated plywood and gypsum-concrete topping. The roof is metal joists and a combination of membrane and shingles roof. Exterior wall finishes consist of stucco, fabricated stone and Hardi-board.  The existing site is shared with Pikes Peak Regional Medical Center which was occupied throughout the project.  

ARCHITECTARCHITECTURAL NEXUS