MICU/CCU 4 East - Building 100
The new MICU/CCU includes 18 beds arranged for maximum visibility and accessibility from 4 decentralized nurse station and 7 nurse alcoves with direct monitoring and supervision. The project implements the use of service walls, booms, patient lifting systems and concealed toilet units at each patient bedroom. All rooms are single occupancy including 2 Isolation rooms, 1 bariatric room and 1 bariatric/isolation patient bedroom. The service core includes equipment room and alcoves to keep corridors free of obstructions, a conference/break room, staff toilets, lockers and other smaller service rooms. All mechanical and electrical services were replaced.
MBB was Prime for a design team that included the following services: architectural, interior design, structural, civil, fire protection, mechanical, electrical, hazardous material abatement, and construction administration.
Seattle Children's Home
Seattle Children’s Home provides both resident and day treatment programs for emotionally disturbed children and young adults. Since 1962, Mandeville Berge Box has designed dormitories, a school, a clinical / administrative building, and a transitional young adult living unit. Due to the nature of the clients served, materials and methods must be designed for extremely hard use and abuse. Mandeville Berge Box also prepared a master plan for the campus and guided its approval by the city, including a complex process that included community meetings, the preparation of environmental impact documents, administrative conditional zoning requests, and street use permits.
High-security abuse-resistant dormitory for emotionally disturbed children
Transitional Living Unit dormitory for young adults
Master plan for 6 building/2 acre site
Cordova Community Hospital
Preparation of Master Plan for hospital site and the design of a 23- bed healthcare facility of approximately 41,500 square feet providing thirteen acute-care beds and ten long-term-care beds. In addition to serving as a full-service hospital facility, the structure also includes a Community Health Clinic for three physicians. Design and construction completed on a fast track basis in 18 months total, including all equipment procurement. This facility is located on the coast of Alaska and was designed for the harsh climate, which includes annual precipitation of up to 200 inches. The exterior envelope was designed to withstand high winds and salt spray that commonly occur in this coastal town.
Acute & long term care
Assisted Living Wing
GM/CM Fast Track Design & Construction
Roofing for Costal Conditions
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