VAMC Lebanon Renovation and Addition
The VAMC-Lebanon project consisted of three separate projects. The first was an addition/renovation to both the Emergency Department and the Sterile Processing/Distribution area (Central Sterile). The second project was an addition to housing Surgery/Endoscopy and the ASC unit. The third was an Entry Lobby which services the Surgery Addition as well as the existing facility. These project were built in different phases.
The Emergency Department addition/renovation consisted of roughly 2,500 SF of addition and 1300 SF of renovation. As designed, the renovation consisted of a “shelled space” for a future Rad Room and CT Room (basic finishes). The one story addition created a new entry with canopy element as well as registration and waiting areas.
The Sterile Processing/Distribution addition/renovation consisted of roughly 1,500 SF of addition and 2,200 SF of renovation.
The Surgery/Endoscopy addition was roughly 25,000 SF. This part of the project was designed to be the base for future expansion above (ground floor of a 5 story building). As such, the structural bay and system was set up to accommodate a roughly 20,000 SF patient tower plate for the floors above.
Stanton Engineering was responsible for fire alarm and sprinkler design for all three phases of the project.