Health Care 1 project
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Hillcrest Hospital Major Campus Expansion
Hillcrest Hospital serves a four county region in Northeastern Ohio-a population requiring broader healthcare services than when the hospital was built in 1968. It is one of only six hospitals in the US to be ranked ten times among the nation's Top 100 Hospitals and a Top 100 Hospital for its cardiovascular services by Thomson Healthcare. Continuing a two-decade consultancy relationship with Hillcrest Hospital that has encompassed more...
Health Care / Acute Care 5 projects
Banner Health System, Banner Baywood Heart Hospital
The $13 million expansion and renovation of Cardio-Vascular ICU and Telemetry nursing units for Banner Baywood Heart Hospital in Mesa, Arizona was designed with integrated engineering and a "real-time" design process. The project includes: the fit-out of 32,000 sf of shell space on the hospital's 5th floor for Cardio-Vascular ICU rooms and Telemetry and remodeling of existing Telemetry unit on the 4th floor.
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Hillcrest Hospital West Tower
In the context of a $150M master planned capital project, the firm was retained to analyze three options for developing expansion of medical surgical beds with a $40M budget and an accelerated construction process. The resultant West Wing is comprised of two floors of vertical expansion over two floors of renovated space for services including surgery, oncology, ICU and PACU. An addition to the first floor houses an enlarged Radiation...
Saint Vincent Health Center, Saint Vincent Health Center
This major renovation and expansion project was initiated by the client's desire to solve several fundamental problems: simplification of the unplanned circulation system, replacement of obsolete critical care and OB/GYN units with designs responsive to a newly adopted patient-focused care approach, replacement of laboratory and diagnostic cardiology suites, decentralized nurse stations to bring staff closer to patients, development and relocation of a new entry, and creation of a strong public...
Department of Veterans Affairs, Surgery Center
Westlake Reed Leskosky was commissioned by the Department of Veteran Affairs to design a 2-story addition to the existing 6-story hospital facility. The building houses surgery on the ground floor and ICU/recovery suite on the second floor, as well as a relocated entry. The existing building was distinctly institutional in nature, but had the advantage of a substantial setback from the street, a lightly rolling terrain an a nature stand...
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center
Westlake Reed Leskosky master planned and designed the multi-phase development of an award winning new 80-acre suburban medical campus. The first two phases encompass a 160,000 sf Family Health Center and 304,000 sf complex comprised of an Emergency Department, Ambulatory Surgery Center and 140-bed hospital. A third phase is planned for an additional bed tower with outparcels for specific areas of care. The design challenge involved issues of...
Health Care / Outpatient 1 project
University Hospital Health System, Chagrin Highlands Medical Center
This highly flexible, free-standing medical office building takes advantage of a prominent site to create a welcoming presence for outpatient programs including oncological care and treatment, cardiovascular rehabilitation, internal medicine and women's health within 100,000 gsf of space. The rippling skin of diamond shaped stainless steel shingles and glass is prompted by the freeway location, creating a dazzling and kinetic effect, also allowing visibility into the building waiting areas.
Health Care / Research 1 project
Case Western Reserve University, Iris S. and Bert L. Wolstein Research Building
This new 332,000 gross square foot Research Building transforms the typical research lab, hidden behind closed doors, into collaborative architecture that is visible, open, and engaging. Designed as a response to its tight site in Cleveland' University Circle, the architecture projects its research image on the urban street front through its materiality and transparency; yet is carved away in deference to the residential scale to its north side. Putting a...