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Medical Projects

At Bowman, Foster & Associates, we understand the process for treating patients. We design the infrastructure around that process to ensure the safety, comfort, and protection for both patients and hospital staff. Building a medical facility is much more than HVAC systems and handing state of the art electrical equipment and it's needs. It’s about reliability, precision, and knowledge of the treatment and surgical process. Bowman, Foster & Associates, and it's teaming partners, can provide the medical design experience and collaboration required for any healthcare project.

 

As the project prime and design team leader BFA designed a project that adds approximately 11,450 SF of new space to building 14 to accommodate the women's mental health services and primary care clinic. Approximately 6,300 SF of the addition is being designated for mental health and 5,150 SF will be for primary care.

Read more: Women's Mental Health Services & Primary Care Clinic, VAMC Hampton, VA

 

Bowman, Foster & Associates was the design team leader to this project that adds approximately 18,000 SF of space to the Spinal Cord Injury unit of Building 137, VA Hampton Medical Campus. Our design provided approximately 25 private patient rooms with private litter bath, patient lift, medical gas system, prefabricated bedside patient unit (PBPU), and other items in accordance with Spinal Cord Injury/Disorders Center design Guide.

Read more: Renovate Spinal Cord Injury Unit, VAMC Hampton, VA

 

BFA was the prime contractor and design team leader to prepare final construction documents to add approximately 4,500SF of new space to accommodate an OEF/OIF Integrated Clinic. The new clinic will include centralized screening, specialty clinic referrals, medical foster care enrollment, primary care, mental health, pain management, and polytrauma including traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Read more: OEF/OIF Integrated Clinic, VAMC Hampton, VA

   

As the Design Team Leader, BFA provided a complete Scoping Survey and Report, preparation of a Type III Work Plan and complete Construction and Repair documents for Building 1650 the Lois E. Wells Army Health Clinic. This project entailed construction of an approximately 1,800 square foot addition along with mechanical and electrical infrastructure repairs, and ADA compliance repairs to an existing building approximately 3400 square foot, constructed in 1975. The existing clinic remained open during the project with minimal impact to patient care and limited reliance on transition space, so phasing of the project with limited alterations to the existing space was required. Work required the replacement and addition of plumbing systems, HVAC, electrical service and distribution, emergency power and lighting (interior and exterior), communications, fire alarm and fire protection. Construction Cost: $1,400,000.

Read more: Modernize Lois E. Wells Clinic, Fort A.P. Hill, VA

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