Nebraska Orthopaedic Hospital enlisted Alvine Engineering to design a technology-oriented orthopaedic facility adaptable to the changes occurring in the health care industry. The design incorporates the concept of non-institutional, patient-focused treatment. Twenty-four patient rooms were designed to resemble a relaxing, home environment while providing full medical facilities for post-operative care.
Alvine Engineering was contracted to provide MEPT systems design for this new clinic adjacent to an existing hospital. The new addition includes the relocation of a family practice medical clinic, a new parking lot, and a new main entry/hospital drop-off area. The project encompasses approximately 10,000 sq. ft. and will be completed at an estimated construction cost of $2.6 million.
Alvine Engineering was contracted to provide MEPT systems design for this single-story 72,000 sq. ft. clinic. The Absentee Shawnee Tribe is planning an expansive new health center in the Little Axe area to address health care needs of tribal members and other Native Americans in the area. The facility designed by the will be of natural stone and rock, brick and glass on previously undeveloped land.
Alvine Engineering provided mechanical and electrical designs for a significant addition and renovation at the Southwest Iowa Medical Center. The new, three-story medical office building contains clinic and office space. The renovation of the hospital involved the ground level, 1st and 3rd floors, an expanded emergency room, a perioperative area and parking lot.