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Virginia Commonwealth University – Hospital Perioperative Services
Virginia Commonwealth University – Hospital Perioperative Services
Renovation

Virginia Commonwealth University – Hospital Perioperative Services

Renovation

While working as an architectural consultant to HKS, Waldon Studio Architects, now Michael Graves Architects, oversaw the design development and construction documentation for the Virginia Commonwealth University Hospital Systems (VCUHS) Perioperative Services renovation and cantilevered waiting room.

This project included renovations of VCUHS’ main hospital, gateway building, critical care hospital and Nelson Clinic, focusing on pre-surgery units, post anesthesia care units, pediatrics recovery rooms, operating rooms, IMRIS renovation, lounges and conference rooms, administrative offices, lobby areas, blood gas lab, pharmacy, Pyxis station alcoves, sterile supply rooms and locker rooms. The firm utilized Integrated Project Delivery.

Project Details

Project Market(s):

Healthcare

Project Service(s):

Architecture

Professional Credits:

HKS, Inc (Prime Architect)

Location:

Richmond, Virginia

Size:

80,000 SF

Completion Date:

2014

Practice Lead(s):

Christa Kerrigan, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Education)
ckerrigan@michaelgraves.com

Patrick Schultz, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C 
pschultz@michaelgraves.com

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