Medical Projects

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Central Florida Medical Center

Orlando, FL

 

This 4,600 SF building is divided into two separate offices, one side for a cardiologist and the other for a gastroenterologist. Formerly a Sonny's Barbeque, all but three walls were demolished. A new roof structure and tower were added along with other modifications to ultimately finish with a strikingly beautiful building with stone, stucco, and metal cladding. The clock tower can be seen from several blocks away, drawing the attention of travelers on busy Semoran Blvd. The interior consists of terrazzo flooring, bright colors, and interesting lighting that provide a welcoming ambience for the patients and staff.  

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Kissimmee Family Dentistry

Kissimmee, FL

This design is a 6,000 SF dental office for an established dental practice. The space contains separate wings for adult and pediatric practices with shared x-ray and staff areas. The complex was designed to reflect a New Orleans style of architecture.

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Poinciana Health Department​

Poinciana, FL

 

The 18,000 SF building is a welcome addition to the Poinciana community. The first floor houses a family clinic, OB/GYN clinic, and immunization center. The second floor includes WIC (Women, Infants, and Children), dental, pharmacy, and technology center.  There are also several conference rooms that are used for a variety of educational and training programs. The entire building is reinforced to withstand hurricane force winds and includes an emergency generator which will enable the building to be used in the event of hurricanes or other disaster situations.

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1205 N Central Avenue

Kissimmee, FL

This medical office development, located in downtown Kissimmee, contains 3 freestanding buildings ranging in size from 3,100 SF to 4,900 SF. Building I was built and occupied by Davita and offers dialysis treatments. The site offered several challenges with site drainage being the most difficult. The entire parking lot is concrete pavers laid over 3 feet of stone in order to provide required drainage. The design of the buildings was affected by the guidelines of the City's downtown overlay district which addressed the building setbacks, minimum building height, and materials. The result is a nice mixture of stone, glass, and stucco, helping to upgrade the neighborhood character and appearance.