Medical Office Building Shell and Core

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Client: St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center
Location: Hailey, Idaho

Overview:

Our team was selected to provide planning and design services for the new St. Luke’s Wood River Valley Medical Office Building. The 36,000 square foot, two-story medical office building includes a 24-hour emergency department, diagnostics imaging, inpatient and outpatient surgery, intensive care and medical/surgical units, phlebotomy lab, infusion, and women’s health services. The building was designed with a steel moment-frame system and brick veneer exterior. The facility provides St. Luke’s with a new medical office building in the Wood River Valley to support the Wood River Regional Medical Center in Hailey, Idaho.

Featured services:

We provided detailed engineering and construction support for this project. Specifically, we provided structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design services for the shell-and-core design phase.

Multiple tenant improvement design document packages, including the build-out of 24 exam rooms, two procedure rooms, one phlebotomy lab, one x-ray room and eight doctor’s offices followed.

Our team’s scope included shell-and-core structural calculations and design detail drawings; major mechanical systems sizing and selection and components related to the HVAC design; domestic water systems; complete snow melting design system for the north side of the building, canopies, and walkways; fire sprinkler protection system specifications; fire alarm and detection components; general arrangement; one-line diagram; lighting design; and short-circuit and load-flow studies to verify equipment configurations and ratings.