Our team was tasked with developing a new identity for the 45 year old facility. The new look was driven by the addition of a 31,000 SF wing that included a 10,400 SF Emergency Department with covered ambulance entrance, 4,100 SF Diagnostic Imaging Department, 13,200 SF Patient Care Unit for 16 in-patient beds and a 2,000 SF Central Utility Plant to service the new hospital areas.
Along with the new modernization expansion, our design team worked with the hospital to develop the Phase II addition and remodel to include a new hospital main entry and drop-off canopy, a Physical and Occupational Therapy Department, and an adjacent Cardiopulmonary Department that will transform the front face of the hospital once complete, giving MSRH a new physical brand and identity. This transformation along with the existing utility plant infrastructure upgrades developed by the design team prior to the modernization upgrades, will truly reset Mt. San Rafael aesthetically, while also providing for the necessary state-of-the-art functional patient care delivery additions required to keep the hospital at the forefront of rural healthcare.
As Job Captain and Revit Manager, my tasks included maintaining Revit model standards across team members and sub-consultants, sub-consultant drawing and model coordination, client meetings, red-lining drawings for production staff, creation of presentation materials, as-building existing spaces for documentation, and submission to state and city entities for permit review and approval.
Design allowed for phased construction to create a faster project schedule.