Cleveland Clinic Roseann Park Family Tower
Extensive prefabrication leads to cost and schedule benefits
The Cleveland Clinic Roseann Park Family Tower project included an expansion of the existing Cleveland Clinic Avon Family Health Center and Emergency Department. The project consisted of an inpatient hospital, site enhancements, and various renovations. The nearly 12 acres of site improvements included new surface parking, grading, and utility improvements, all of which required procedures to address on-site wetlands.
The 212,000 SF addition included 126 inpatient beds; surgical department featuring six operating rooms, four procedure rooms, and 31 pre/post recovery bays; two negative pressure private isolation rooms; 20 private rapid observation units; 10 private step down patient rooms with private bathrooms; radiology department; inpatient pharmacy; laboratory; and bistro that offers grab-and-go items and made to order hot and cold entrées.
The addition also included a command center, which will serve as space for hospital teams to respond to various types of disasters.
Properties Magazine featured Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital in the February 2017 issue.
Due to the complexity and schedule of the project, the team took advantage of many prefabrication opportunities and brought design-assist subcontractors on board for steel, mechanical, electrical, partitions, millwork, headwalls, and site work. Prefabrication offered many cost and schedule benefits to the project including increased efficiencies, fewer mistakes and less rework stemming from the repetitive process of prefabrication. The project executed the following prefabricated design-assist elements in the prefabrication warehouse:
- Headwalls in patient, ICU, and PACU rooms
- Bathroom pods
- Corridor racks in Levels 3-5
- Combination header soffits in patient rooms
- Medical gas zone valve boxes and patient room run-outs
- Sanitary branch piping in patient rooms
- In-wall plumbing at fixtures