Allied Orthopedics   Healthcare
     
Project Description
 

This medical office building contains approximately 5,000 square feet of clinic space for
a group of three orthopedic surgeons.  It is situated on a relatively small site, 143-feet wide and 124-feet deep. 

   
 
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Design Aesthetic emphasizes a modern flare
 

Designed with very clean lines and sophisticated, unambiguous building materials.  Vertical elements, such as the stair towers, are finished with stucco which provides a monolithic image.  The dominant building materials are fluted metal siding to emphasize the horizontal lines at the parking level and aluminum composite panels for the bulk of the second floor clinic space.  The anodized aluminum windows and exterior sunshades create a striking effect against the aluminum wall panels. 

Entering the building one is in a glass-walled lobby with tile flooring. The high ceiling
and extensive window wall in the waiting area make it feel very open. The clinic includes
eight exam rooms, an x-ray room, a procedure room for casting, a separate office for each of the doctors, a business office, lunch room and a reception space that accommodates up to four staff members.  The interior finishes continue the concept of clean lines with such elements as aluminum window sills to match the windows. The private offices have large windows to bring in the north light and the view of the foothills.

 
   
   

 

 
 
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