Village at the Beverly / Hattiesburg, MS - Dale/McCarty Association is providing master planning and architectural services for this senior living mixed-use development. Seventy-six single and double bedroom units are planned for the site along with a business center, health care service area, large meeting room, large green space with a garden area and a walking trail. A goal of the development is to have a traditional neighborhood feel, so the buildings face outward to the main road to engage the community to its surrounding area. Traditional front porches face each other, stimulating the independent residents to be a community. Courtyards flow between the buildings giving pedestrians and visitors to enhance the sense of community. Master planning and full architectural services; Dale/McCarty Association
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Women’s Specialty Clinic
University Physician’s Women’s Specialty Clinic Renovation / Flowood, MS - Barranco Architecture renovated approximately 11,000 SF of this existing building to include a waiting lobby, women’s health specialist clinic, an embryo fertilization laboratory and a radiology clinic. The existing brick skin was covered in stucco and expanded to include two exterior entries for the various clinics. In addition to the interior renovation, the back of the building underwent major renovations to include new mechanical units as well as a new generator for the embryo lab. This project was completed under the firm name Barranco Architecture prior to the Dale Partners merger. Construction cost: $1.9 Million; 11,000 SF; Completion date: 2009.
Pediatric Emergency Dept
Pediatric Emergency Department Renovation and Addition / University of Mississippi Medical Center / Jackson, MS - Dale/Morris Architects provided programming, planning and design documents for the relocation, renovation and expansion of the existing 4,000 SF Pediatric Emergency Department at UMC into a new 18,055 SF department. The department houses 21 Treatment Rooms and two Trauma Rooms along with other support functions. The bright cheerful spaces are visited by an average of 25,000 per year. The goal of the department was to create a self-contained, flexible children’s emergency department with its own identity while maintaining its association with the only true children’s hospital in Mississippi—UMC Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children. A Diagnostic Center is also included. Full architectural services; Construction cost: $5.3 Million; 18,055 SF (10,896 SF Renovation / 7,159 SF Addition); Completion date: November 2011; Dale/Morris Architects.
764 Lakeland Med Office
764 Lakeland Medical Office Building Renovation / University of Mississippi Medical Center / Jackson, MS - Our firm provided services for the renovation of the four-story 764 Lakeland Medical Building to include spaces for the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s Ophthalmology (Phase I), Family Medicine and Otolaryngology (Phase II) clinics. The Ophthalmology Clinic provides General, Glaucoma & Retina specialty eye treatments and includes a separate pediatric clinic and eye glass shop. The Family Medicine Clinic shares their floor with X-rays, CT scans and Laboratory. The top floor houses the Otolaryngology Clinic with four sound booths used for ENT diagnosis and speech pathology spaces. Each clinic also has a Diagnostic Center. The work was performed in multiple phases to accommodate moving existing tenants and the owner’s schedule. The new location provides easy access for patients from major streets and the interstate. The building includes a two-level parking deck located along its back side providing patient parking level access to the first and second floors. Full architectural services; Construction cost: $6.4 Million; 56,068 SF (Phase 1 – 28,142 SF; Phase II – 27,926 SF); Completion dates: Phase 1 – July 2011; Phase II – January 2013.
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Five-East Renovation / University of Mississippi Medical Center / Jackson, MS - Dale/Morris Architects renovated the Fifth Floor, East Wing of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMC). The existing space was former patient bed space and is now the main offices for the Department of Otolaryngology and Communicative Sciences (DOCS). It is used for academic and administrative functions. The space occupies approximately 9,637 SF. The new space includes executive offices, administrative areas, waiting rooms, a conference room with state-of-the-art technology and support facilities. Management areas also include demountable partitions for flexibility. Full architectural services; Construction cost: $1.9 Million; 9,637 SF; Completion date: June 2011; Dale/Morris Architects.
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Adult Emergency Dept
Adult Emergency Department Renovation / University of Mississippi Medical Center / Jackson, MS - Dale/Morris Architects prepared programming, planning and design documents for the renovation and expansion of the existing Level One Adult Emergency Department (ED) at UMC totaling 33,347 SF. The goal of the Adult ED is to create a self-contained, flexible space with the following units: Acute Treatment, Critical Decision Unit (Observation), Major Trauma and Support Staff. UMC has the only Level One Trauma Center in the state of Mississippi. This expansion increased the capacity of the Core ED to approximately 60,000 annual visits. The design includes an internal circulation spine which encourages movement of staff between units, and a Triage Unit was included. Ten curtained Treatment Rooms were added to handle patients during construction only. An existing Rapid Track unit is being maintained nearby. The project design includes an upgrade of the site to include separated walk-in and ambulance entries for the first time since the current facility was occupied in the early 1980s. A gated entry drive also provides for better routing of traffic and improved security. Full architectural services; Estimated construction cost: $9.7 Million; 33,347 SF; Estimated completion date: July 2014; Dale/Morris Architects.