Lanserhof at The Arts Club, the world’s first luxury medical gym, is the result of a partnership between The Arts Club, one of London’s most prestigious members-only clubs, and Lanserhof, Europe’s leading medical spa resort. Situated amid the luxury of...
The mission of the Asplundh Cancer Pavilion is to provide a state-of-the-art, top-tier cancer treatment. Our mission was to diligently execute the thoughtful design, solve some complicated construction problems, and deliver this beautiful medical facility.
This master plan expansion to UPMC Susquehanna Health’s Williamsport Regional Medical Center included 375,000sf of new construction, 70,000sf of renovations, and the construction of a 3-story, 21,000sf central utility and cogeneration plant.
Building on our successful relationship with the team at Chester County after completing the Lasko Tower Expansion, we are currently working with the staff to implement the largest expansion in the Hospital’s history to add 250,000sf of new space and renovate 25,000sf of existing Emergency Department space. The expansion will include a new hospital entrance with lobby amenities. It will also double the emergency department, add high tech operating rooms for cardiac catheterization/open heart, a hybrid OR, create new areas for non-invasive cardiology, and a 99 single bed inpatient tower.
The Reading HealthPlex is a 476,000 square foot surgical and inpatient tower that includes six patient-care levelsand consolidates campus-wide surgery into one building. With a mission of creating a positive patient experience, all 110,000 sf of the hospital’s surgical services are co-located to streamline the patient treatment process from check-in to pre-admission testing to procedure.
The Ruth and Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine is a four-story, 500,000sf ambulatory care and cancer center located on the campus of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The pavilion was designed to serve as the central hub of a modular and expandable complex—the largest capital project undertaken by the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center had not undergone a new construction project since the early 1990s. Existing facilities had become outdated, so a new advanced care pavilion was built to serve trauma patients.
Building the next generation of oncology care for Monmouth County and New Jersey.
Boston College’s Earth & Environmental Sciences Department needed a new lab to house its geochemistry work, specifically its isotope geochemistry research. Building a space that properly accommodates such complex scientific pursuits came with some challenges, from fitting together the necessary equipment to ensuring the lab met stringent standards for a controlled environment—all within a very short timeframe.
LF Driscoll managed a multi-phased, seven-year expansion to double the size of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s main facility while also modernizing each department.