26 Aug Interior Design
OrthoCarolina’s University Ambulatory Surgery Center is an 11,300 square foot renovation and 2,680 square foot addition to an existing Medical Office Building in the University Area of Charlotte, NC.
The existing OrthoCarolina Clinic located on the First Floor and office support spaces on the Second Floor remained fully operational during the construction of this project, requiring careful planning during construction.
The Second Floor renovation involved constructing a fully independent ASC with one Procedure Room, two ORs, Decontamination/Sterilization spaces, and all supporting Pre/Post Procedure Areas. During the design phase, WMBA prioritized maintaining the ability for future growth within the renovated space.
A new elevator was sized and installed to transport stretcher patients and a Discharge Canopy were added to the building. These installments were designed to blend with the existing exterior aesthetics. WMBA also designed an emergency generator and screen enclosure located directly adjacent to the existing building.
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Principal in Charge: John M. Beyer, AIA, NCARB
Project Architect: Damian Huneycutt, AIA, NCARB
Contact: Jim Roberts, Director of Facilities 704.323.2021
Square Feet: 13,980
Completion: July 30, 2014