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UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center, Fourth Floor Renovation

UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center – Fourth Floor Renovation

National Harbor, Washington, D.C. – Physical Therapy

National Harbor, Washington, D.C. – Physical Therapy

University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

Johns Hopkins Hospital, NICU Expansion

Johns Hopkins Hospital, NICU Expansion

University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

Johns Hopkins Bayview, Angio

Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

MedStar Health at Timonium

MedStar Health at Timonium

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Apoteca Robots Space

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Apoteca Robots Space

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center
  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, NICU Expansion

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

    Complete demolition and buildout of a new Catherization laboratory on the second floor of the AAMC North Tower. Work took place in an occupied setting surrounded by five operational Catherization Labs. The project was classified as a Class IV, high risk project, and was therefore monitored closely by AAMC’s infectious control group.

  • Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

    Complete demolition and buildout of a new Catherization laboratory on the second floor of the AAMC North Tower. Work took place in an occupied setting surrounded by five operational Catherization Labs. The project was classified as a Class IV, high risk project, and was therefore monitored closely by AAMC’s infectious control group.

  • Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

    Complete demolition and buildout of a new Catherization laboratory on the second floor of the AAMC North Tower. Work took place in an occupied setting surrounded by five operational Catherization Labs. The project was classified as a Class IV, high risk project, and was therefore monitored closely by AAMC’s infectious control group.

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

    This fast-track project included the complete demolition of an existing Bi-Plane room and build-out of a new space. Close coordination with the end user and Siemens, supplying the equipment, was critic al to the successful and timely completion of the room.

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

    This fast-track project included the complete demolition of an existing Bi-Plane room and build-out of a new space. Close coordination with the end user and Siemens, supplying the equipment, was critic al to the successful and timely completion of the room.

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

    This fast-track project included the complete demolition of an existing Bi-Plane room and build-out of a new space. Close coordination with the end user and Siemens, supplying the equipment, was critic al to the successful and timely completion of the room.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Apoteca Robots Space

    The addition of an Ante Room, an IV Prep Clean Room, and a Hazardous Clean Room accommodating the two new Apoteca Robots for automating their compounding of hazardous injectable preparations. It required 2 new air conditioning units, a chiller, a dry cooler, numerous ULPA filters and an integrated control system. The project also included the renovation of several other Pharmacy areas such as Chemo Prep, Refrigerator Storage, Inhalers/Eye Drops, and Clinical Pharmacy Specialists.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Apoteca Robots Space

    The addition of an Ante Room, an IV Prep Clean Room, and a Hazardous Clean Room accommodating the two new Apoteca Robots for automating their compounding of hazardous injectable preparations. It required 2 new air conditioning units, a chiller, a dry cooler, numerous ULPA filters and an integrated control system. The project also included the renovation of several other Pharmacy areas such as Chemo Prep, Refrigerator Storage, Inhalers/Eye Drops, and Clinical Pharmacy Specialists.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Apoteca Robots Space

    The addition of an Ante Room, an IV Prep Clean Room, and a Hazardous Clean Room accommodating the two new Apoteca Robots for automating their compounding of hazardous injectable preparations. It required 2 new air conditioning units, a chiller, a dry cooler, numerous ULPA filters and an integrated control system. The project also included the renovation of several other Pharmacy areas such as Chemo Prep, Refrigerator Storage, Inhalers/Eye Drops, and Clinical Pharmacy Specialists.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Apoteca Robots Space

    The addition of an Ante Room, an IV Prep Clean Room, and a Hazardous Clean Room accommodating the two new Apoteca Robots for automating their compounding of hazardous injectable preparations. It required 2 new air conditioning units, a chiller, a dry cooler, numerous ULPA filters and an integrated control system. The project also included the renovation of several other Pharmacy areas such as Chemo Prep, Refrigerator Storage, Inhalers/Eye Drops, and Clinical Pharmacy Specialists.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

    The new Spine Center location was designed to utilize upgraded equipment and provide additional space for the growing practice. Existing conditions added complications to the project, requiring close coordination between JBC, the owner, and project architect to keep the project moving forward. JBC received the ABC Award of Excellence for this project.

  • Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

    The new Spine Center location was designed to utilize upgraded equipment and provide additional space for the growing practice. Existing conditions added complications to the project, requiring close coordination between JBC, the owner, and project architect to keep the project moving forward. JBC received the ABC Award of Excellence for this project.

  • Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

    The new Spine Center location was designed to utilize upgraded equipment and provide additional space for the growing practice. Existing conditions added complications to the project, requiring close coordination between JBC, the owner, and project architect to keep the project moving forward. JBC received the ABC Award of Excellence for this project.