Additions to the 4-story, occupied Metropolitan Hospital.
South Patient Tower
The building’s construction highlights Triangle’s expertise in architecturally-exposed concrete, which set the standards for future construction.
Outpatient Health Center
This project consisted of a 56,000 sq ft ambulatory outpatient services addition and the remodel of the surgical areas adjoining the addition. Construction of the facility involved a three-story structural concrete frame and floor system with circular entry composed of architecturally-exposed, cantilevered concrete. The last phases of the project involved removal of the old exterior concrete wall and remodeling the areas around the existing surgical rooms. This portion of the work involved remodeling the surgery preparation rooms, recovery rooms, and doctors’ and nurses’ locker rooms.
Physician’s Office Building
This project consisted of a three-story structural steel-framed building that included a connecting bridge to the existing hospital. Constructed on an extremely tight site within 30 feet of the existing structures, this project was fast-tracked to completion ahead of schedule. The architectural and construction highlight of the project is a three-story atrium on the north elevation. The critical elements of the construction involved the coordination of the tenant improvements with the individual doctors who, in this case, are also the owners of the building.
MRI Addition & OB Renovations
This project involved renovation and addition to the hospital‘s obstetrics area. The work was performed within and above the existing hospital structure while keeping the areas adjacent and below in service.
This hospital has since closed once the company became a part of Metro Health.
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Director of Project Development