EwingCole Healthcare Projects Honored by ENR and AIA

Juror says of Cancer Center: “I see hope here.”
Philadelphia, PA (October 2012) –  EwingCole, one of the nation’s leading architecture, engineering, and interior design firms, is pleased to announce that two of the firm’s healthcare projects have each won awards in ENR’s  Best Projects of the Mid-Atlantic program and in the AIA Philadelphia Design Awards program.  The AIA awards were bestowed on Oct 10; the ENR awards will be given at a Baltimore reception on December 11.

“The diverse criteria of the AIA and ENR reflect the design and engineering excellence that we aspire to as an integrated A/E/I firm,” said Mark Hebden, AIA, president.

The winning projects are the Dale & Frances Hughes Cancer Center at Pocono Medical Center in East Stroudsburg, PA, and the Phase 2 Pavilion of the Kent Campus Expansion at Bayhealth Medical Center in Dover, DE.

Dale & Frances Hughes Cancer Center, Pocono Medical Center

The Hughes Cancer Center won an Honor Award from AIA Philadelphia and an Award of Merit in the Healthcare category from ENR Mid-Atlantic.  The AIA Philadelphia jury commented, “I see hope here. The clarity of glass, white walls, the colors of natural courts, and the attention to detail expresses the science involved in healing. Light is the theme.  The warmth of the sun lifts the spirit of patients during difficult treatments for cancer. Well composed. Crisply detailed.”

Completed in June 2012, Pocono Medical Center’s new 65,000 sf cancer center facility is connected by skywalk to the existing hospital.  From the porte cochere, a three-story central lobby and central garden […]

Cooper University Hospital Roberts Pavilion Wins

Patrick Schultz joins EwingCole as Director of Healthcare for Washington, DC office

EwingCole is pleased to announce that J. Patrick Schultz, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, has joined the firm as Director of Healthcare Practice in our Washington, DC office. With over 25 years of proven experience in planning and designing healthcare, medical research, and government medical facilities within the mid-Atlantic region, Pat Schultz is widely recognized for his ability to collaborate amount owners, consultants, construction managers and users to deliver highly complex, multi-phase projects. His understanding of the challenges facing providers in the current healthcare climate and his expertise in creating design solutions will enhance our clients’ operational efficiency and brand.

Bayhealth Medical Center Kent Campus Expansion

EwingCole to Design Cancer Center Addition at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Washington, DC (May 2012) – EwingCole, an award-winning architecture and engineering firm, has been selected by the Johns Hopkins Health System to design a new radiation oncology addition and renovation to the Bayview Medical Office Building. The Sydney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center will open in late 2013.

“The new Kimmel Cancer Center presents an extraordinary opportunity not only to expand treatment capacity but also to create an environment that gives evidence of the compassion and quality of care at Johns Hopkins,” said Andy Jarvis, AIA, LEED AP, principal of EwingCole’s Healthcare Practice.

The 18,000-square-foot addition will include exam/consult rooms, clinical support space, linear accelerators and a radiation therapy simulator. The 7,500-square-foot renovation includes vitals/phlebotomy, an infusion area and oncology pharmacy. The project’s estimated construction cost is $10,500,000.

“Over the past nine years, EwingCole has designed 20 new outpatient cancer centers. Our team of architects, engineers and interior designers are veterans of these projects,” continued Jarvis. “With each new cancer center, we find ways to improve the efficiency of care, enhance the cancer patient’s experience, improve energy efficiency and reduce construction costs.”

EwingCole is a national expert in cancer center design and has designed facilities for National Cancer Institute designated centers including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Fox Chase Cancer Center, City of Hope National Medical Center and the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center. Additional cancer center clients include AtlantiCare Health System, North Shore Long Island Jewish and SUNY Upstate Medical University.

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Construction Begins on EwingCole Designed Keller Army Community Hospital Addition

West Point, NY (February 2012) – EwingCole, an award-winning architecture and engineering firm based in Philadelphia, has designed a new $34 million addition to the Keller Army Community Hospital Clinic at the United States Military Academy at West Point.  The project is designed to achieve LEED Silver Certification and is expected to be completed by May of 2014.

“It was important to provide the West Point community with convenient medical care in an environment comparable to the very best private sector facilities,” said John Capelli, AIA, principal of EwingCole’s government practice. “Through a series of design charrettes with representatives of the US Army Corps and the hospital, we have created a project that enhances the outpatient experience with a modern entrance, lobby and a clear circulation path that allows access to daylight and views of the Academy.”

The 51,000 square foot addition will become the home for optometry, ophthalmology, physical therapy, and orthopedics clinics, as well as provide TRICARE office space. The clinic design can respond over time to changes in the mix of examination rooms, patient needs and physicianservices without the need for renovation. This provides unmatched flexibility for the Army and its patient population. The project will be phased to allow the hospital to remain open during construction.

“This project will significantly expand our capability to execute better our mission of providing world-class health care,” said Keller Army Community Hospital Clinic Commander Col. Beverly C. Land.  “It will prove to be a benefit to our patients to have many of our services that are currently […]