Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Hybrid OR Renovation, Houston, TX
5,000 SF renovation of the existing OR suite adding 2 new Hybrid OR’s. Project challenges were to divide the existing eleven OR suite from 1 AHU to be served by 2 AHU’s, each AHU able to serve the entire thirteen OR room suite on its own. (100% Redundant AHU’s). This is being done while adding the 2 new OR’s and keeping the existing eleven OR’s in operation throughout the project. Project construction cost $4M, completed 2017.
Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Cyber Knife Renovation, Houston, TX
The VA is the second hospital in Houston to use the technology for oncology and neurosurgical treatment. This project was a 2,000 SF renovation of an existing Linear Accelerator Vault in Basement Level area K of Building 100 to accommodate a new Accuray Cyberknife.This device, that zaps cancer tumors with multiple beams of high-energy radiation from virtually any direction, provides patients at the VA Medical Center (Houston, Texas) a nonsurgical method for treating cancer. The CyberKnife treats tumors anywhere in the body. The VA uses it to treat intracranial as well as extra cranial tumors, making it the second hospital in Houston to use the technology for oncology and neurosurgical treatment.
Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Houston, TX
Renovation of approximately 5,000 SF for Cath Lab Suite, approximately 6,000 SF for Polytrauma Suite, and 1,400 SF for installation of Cyber Knife equipment.
Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Cath Lab, Area 3G, 3H, Houston, TX
10,000 SF Renovation of space on Level 3 Area G/H of Building 100 to accommodate a new Cath Lab, Bronchoscopy suite and associated waiting areas/circulation.
Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Polytrauma Center, Area 2E, 2J,Houston, TX
10,000 SF Renovation of space on Level 2 Area E of Building 100 for a new Polytrauma suite. The programmed space included an Occupational Therapy unit, Hydro Tub area, Central Waiting and large Conference Area.
Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Nuc Med/Eye Clinic, Houston, TX
22,000 SF Renovation of space on Level 1 Area H, and Level 2 Area H of Building 100 on the VAMC campus. The renovation included the relocation of Nuclear Medicine from the first floor and consolidating it with other diagnostic functions on the second floor. Additionally, the project included the expansion of the Eye Clinic on the first floor into the adjacent space vacated by Nuclear Medicine.