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Brodstone Healthcare – Project #3

Brodstone Healthcare – Project #3

Heartland Surgery Center

Heartland Surgery Center

BD Construction built the original Heartland building in 2002. 21 years later BD constructed a 8,800 square-foot addition. The new space will allow Heartland to provide 23-hour care and includes:

  • Two additional operating rooms
  • Three additional recovery rooms
  • Four 23-hour stay rooms
  • Nurses’ station
  • Offices

Some areas of the original building were also remodeled.

Physical Therapy Pool

Brodstone Memorial Hospital — Project #2

Physical Therapy Pool

Brodstone Memorial Hospital — Project #2

Taking vital hospital space out of use for renovation is not practical in a busy rural hospital. Careful, collaborative planning with hospital leaders maintained services and a safe and productive healing environment for all.

 

Scope
16,000 square foot addition and renovations

  • New specialty clinic

  • Conference center

  • Administration

  • Gift shop

  • Pharmacy

  • Physical therapy with a track and a therapy pool

 

Dundy County Hospital

Dundy County Hospital

Project Details

  • New Therapy Pool
  • New Physical Therapy Space
  • Clean Room in the Pharmacy
  • New finishes and renovation of a portion of a clinic and some hospital rooms

Square Feet

Addition: 7,268  |  Renovation: 12,627

Optical Gallery

Optical Gallery

Medical Office Building

Medical Office Building

PROJECT DETAILS

  • New Building
  • 48,000 square feet
  • On campus of Kearney Regional Medical Center
  • New home to multiple medical offices & clinics

FEATURES INCLUDE

  • Laboratory
  • Physical therapy facility
  • Pharmacy
  • Cafeteria
  • Fully functional outpatient clinics
  • Office of Platte Valley Medical Group
  • Office of spine surgeon Dr. David Benavides
  • Glass corridor connecting to medical center

Howard County Medical Center Clinic

Howard County Medical Center Clinic

Scope:

Seamless addition of 3,425 square feet to a primary care clinic

  • exam rooms
  • procedure room
  • provider offices
  • nurse’s stations
  • expanded lobby
  • storage

Kearney Clinic

Kearney Clinic

Remodeling a busy clinic—without compromising patient care—required careful scheduling and dedication to patient and provider needs.

This remodel, which was phased so that services could continue to be provided, improved patient flow, modernized the HVAC system for better temperature control, provided ADA-compliant bathrooms, created new administrative offices and a conference room, and increased patient privacy. As a bonus, new finishes throughout the public areas of the clinic make it lighter, brighter and more welcoming.
Square Feet: 7,140

CHI Health Good Samaritan Medical Group

CHI Health Good Samaritan Medical Group

Time is often every bit as important as money. BD completed this remodel in a tight five-month build, and still brought it in under budget.

Project Completion: June 2017
Architect: Architectural Design Associates, Lincoln
Square Feet: 11,483

Scope

Extensive remodel to turn a former office building into a family practice clinic for eight practitioners

Grand Island Clinic

Grand Island Clinic

PROJECT DETAILS

  • Addition to and renovation of existing clinic
    • 10,900 square foot addition
    • 20,000 renovation
  • Phased building processes so that all patient care services could continue to be provided during construction
  • Assisted owner in project design to reduce disruption to patients while providing most cost-effective solution

FEATURES INCLUDE

  • New OB/GYN clinic
  • Addition and renovation of:
    • Pediatric clinic
    • Family practice clinic
    • Laboratory

Cottonwood Vet Clinic

Cottonwood Vet Clinic

Central Plains Plastic & Reconstructive

Central Plains Plastic & Reconstructive

This innovative office, clinic and outpatient surgical center was the ideal solution for a solo practitioner.

When a plastic surgeon in solo private practice decided to build a free-standing surgical facility, a myriad of challenges became apparent. Not least of these was that in addition to approvals by the local planning commission, city council and building department, the finished facility would need to be certified by the federal government.

Design criteria included administrative offices, examination rooms, and state-of-the-art operating, procedure and recovery rooms, among other amenities. Site selection considerations included that the facility should be near other kinds of medical offices, and near but not on a major thoroughfare. The site also needed to be large enough to accommodate the 6,000 square foot building, attendant parking and vehicle traffic flow.

As in all healthcare facilities, indoor air quality was a main concern, with careful planning to allow filtered air flow without cross-contamination. Mechanical equipment was planned and sized to maintain air temperature within a narrow temperature band. To comply with requirements for Medicare certification, a full, automatic power backup system was installed.

To protect patient privacy and comply with HIPAA regulations, sound-deadening insulation was added and public areas were designed to maintain privacy. A separate exit from the surgical suite was also included.

Meeting all the design criteria while remaining within an established budget is difficult in any construction situation, but doubly so in a complex surgical facility. BD’s value-enhanced design-build strategy satisfied the budget, the surgeon and the federal government.