Central District Health Department
After 25 years of use, Central District Health Department's Boise Office needed updating. The original building design reflected a silo approach to delivering client care which was in contrast to the current vision of the agency. The Design Team was tasked with reprogramming the facility to align with a more integrated client care model bringing all divisions under Preventive Health Services together.
The resultant design includes renovation of 24,000 SF inclusive of clinic, office and community resource space. Currently under construction, the project is slated to be completed in 2019.
*Rendering by Pivot North. Photo's courtesy of HC Company
Gala Orthopaedic Clinic
Pivot North was selected to provide planning and architectural design services to renovate an existing occupied medical office building from a dental clinic to its new life as an orthopaedic surgeon’s clinic. The renovation involved demolition to the exterior studs and assessing patient and staff flow for improved clinical efficiency and patient comfort. The clinic is zoned for shared occupancy by two independent providers, but flexible to allow sharing of exam rooms on busy clinic days.
The 4,000 SF project incorporates 9 expanded exam rooms, x-ray, procedure room, staff break room, shared staff workroom, two provider offices and expanded reception. Interior finishes include locally sourced recycled wood cladding, industrial steel accents, backlit feature signs and a natural color palette.
Summitview Medical Office Building
Located in the heart of Central Washington, the 27,000 SF Summitview Medical Office Building takes its aesthetic cues from the areas booming agricultural industry. The two-story building is located on a gently sloping narrow site with views to the Yakima Valley.
The northwest contemporary exterior includes a combination of metal profiled panels, honed concrete veneer and wood composite material panels. The building's dynamic form opens to the main site entry allowing for views to the front door.
St. Luke's Magic Valley
Open in 2011, this state-of-the art replacement hospital facility is over 700,000 sf and includes a 100,000 sf Medical Office Building. Construction of the initial design package for the campus' central utility plant began in August of 2007. It was followed by 10 separate and distinct phased construction packages completing the initial 40 acre build out.
Gary Sorensen, Project Manager; Hummel Architects, Architect of Record.
St. Luke's Downtown Campus Master Plan
In 2009, St. Luke's Health System embarked in a masterplanning effort to align the needs of the healthcare organization's flagship campus with it's patient care delivery model.
Currently in design, the approximately million square foot, multi-phase, eight year urban plan will modernize the existing facility, add needed medical office space, add state of the art surgical capacity and provide modern inpatient bed capacity to carry the facility beyond 2030.
Gary Sorensen, Principal in Charge; Hummel Architects, Architect of Record.
St. Luke's Fruitland
The 90,000 SF building consists of a standalone emergency department, physician clinics, conference and education spaces, and an imaging suite. The building is the first phase of a master planned development which will eventually become a full service hospital with cancer treatment capabilities and inpatient beds.
The building envelope design consists of a highly efficient balloon framed wall system with St. Luke’s signature blended brick, sandstone and stucco accents, and high performance window system. Liquid applied air barriers and continuous insulation system enhance energy efficiency and patient comfort.
Gary Sorensen, Project Manager and Principal in Charge (Hummel Architects); Houston Bugastch, Architect of Record.