This Construction Manager At-Risk assignment in Clyde, Ohio involved construction a new 22,900-sf, one-story, steel-framed structure. The building enclosure is brick veneer with metal panels and a curtainwall window system. The scope includes 24-exam rooms, 2-nurses stations, 5-procedure rooms, 5-physician’s offices, a large reception area, waiting room and patient evaluation areas, audiology and bariatric treatment rooms, 6-adminstrative offices, 9-storage rooms, 6-mechancial or service rooms, a staff kitchen, three staff lounges, and 12 restrooms for patients and staff.
The waiting area and lobby incorporate reclaimed barn siding that was removed from an actual building which was demolished to clear space for the new construction, as well as a building exterior made up of composite panels which give a modern wood grain look. A two-story entrance has windows at 3 sides to allow daylight to filter into the reception area.
We issued early bid packages for site work, concrete and steel, to complete before the onset of winter weather. Returned 100% of contingency which the Owner subsequently used to fund first time build out of shell space left over from the original core and shell project. Work included the construction of a Physician Office Laboratory that does diagnostic testing. Project featured in the August 2017 Issue of Metal Architecture magazine.