The 17,139-square-foot expanded clinical decision unit will feature 25 beds, an additional CT room, two stress test rooms, an EKG, one nurses station and a mechanical penthouse. The project also includes a 4,680-square-foot renovation of the radiology department, helping to increase the center’s emergency and imaging capacity. In total, the project encompasses 22,000 square feet.
The project is being managed by Robins & Morton’s Nashville office, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Robins & Morton has offices in Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Texas, North Carolina and Mississippi.
The architect on the project is Gresham Smith, which was founded in Nashville but also has offices in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Ohio, Illinois, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Florida, Virginia and in Dubai, UAE. Gresham Smith provides architectural, environmental and sustainability services, landscape architecture, engineering, interior design, program management and planning services.