Facing the choice of either expanding their current building or constructing a new building, Cox Health Home Parental Services/Home Support Services employed the design-build team of Marshall-Waters-Woody Architects and Morelock-Ross Builders to assist them in the key decisions regarding their company’s growth and the need for expansion. The result was a new, two-story 43,000 sf building on land directly adjacent to their existing building. The new building includes office spaces, a pharmacy, product showrooms, exam rooms, warehouse areas and equipment service areas for two distinct, yet related companies. This building also consists of a large second-floor classroom for after-hours usage by these two companies as well as other organizations within the Cox Health network. Extra, unassigned floor area inside the building was provided to accommodate internal future expansion. Areas on-site are provided for large and small truck deliveries, as well as oxygen tank storage and an emergency generator. The construction type is brick veneer and metal panel exterior systems over structural metal studs supported by the pre-engineered steel building system.
The client wished to create a discrete medical office and procedure spaces for his patients while allowing for additional lease space on the first level. Flow throughout the office was designed to minimize patient interaction. Constructed in 2003 the 8,000 s.f second floor accommodates exam rooms, administration, procedure and operating rooms, recovery room, consultation, doctors’ offices, and patient waiting.
Designed in 2003, this multi-use building was constructed in Chesterfield Village. At over 22,500 sf, the building encapsulated three distinct parts under one roof; 1) Advertising/promotion with associated open and private offices, 2) clinical exam and treatment rooms and administration, 3) lease space for future expansion. In keeping with the design and exterior material selection requirements of Chesterfield Village, the primary exterior design is comprised of a cast stone base, face brick veneer with stone banding and accents, and a green standing seam roof.