This two-story significant addition to the existing hospital campus. Significant mechanical equipment and snow loads have provided some key challenges. With a short building season, our Integrated Steel Delivery services compressed schedule in an effort to get the roof completed before winter while using Target Value delivery to lower cost risk to the owner.
This project includes a two-story medical office space with a radiation concrete vault in the basement, linear accelerator and radiation protection concrete vault. The unique structural challenges associated with this project are associated with the vault and its concrete structure.
This four-story project included a new emergency room and medical office building. This was the first building built by a private developer for St. Luke’s and was later purchased and then expanded onto with a complete hospital phase four years later. It incorporated a radial building architectural geometry, a new standard clinic design married with… Read More
This new greenfield site consisted of a new four story hospital facility and medical office building. This included a new central plant and all support facilities of a hospital including vibration sensitive operating rooms, MRI, isolation roof top units with secondary framing for vibration sensitive, complex MEP systems. Axiom helped expedite the schedule with the… Read More
This new greenfield site consisted of a three-story new hospital facility. This included a new central plant and all support facilities of a hospital including vibration sensitive Operating Rooms on elevated floors, quiet rooms with sound attenuation considerations and rooftop/secondary solutions for isolation of MEP and medical systems. Axiom helped expedite the schedule with the… Read More