The renovation of the James Immediate Care Center (ICC) provides 23.5-hour stays and expands patient care capacity by 75% by increasing the number of rooms. Oncology patients require increased symptom management for more complex therapies.
Knox Community Hospital’s (KCH) commitment to serving the wellness needs of the rural population of Centerburg, Ohio, aligned with its emerging growth strategy, has resulted in a new facility that meets the spectrum of care from sick to well for this village. The Health & Wellness Center consolidates its primary practice with Imagery, lab services, […]
The last phase of work within the 185,000 sf former Lazarus building expands the services to include an additional 23- beds, a three-room OR suite with supporting pre and post-op recovery beds, a LDPR (labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum room) unit, a Critical Care Unit, a Medical Surgery Unit, Facility Operations and expands the Central Plant.
Wellogy is working with the I Am Boundless organization, formerly known as Franklin County Residential Services, to expand its Worthington, Ohio operations and incorporate a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Under the Boundless Health brand, the facility is Ohio’s first center to offer a continuum of care to individuals identified as intellectual and developmentally disabled (I/DD) with complex needs, including whole-person, integrated primary, dental, behavioral, and mental health care.
A prominent and influential building on the Ohio Expo campus, The Celeste Center is the home to many concerts, numerous high school graduations, and seasonal events and exhibits. Incorporating efficiency, safety, and modern elements into the Celeste Center was the project’s goal that included renovations to the electrical systems and HVAC systems, door replacement, plumbing improvements, room additions, structural modifications, and the installation of new retractable bleachers. We replaced older and less efficient building systems, updating existing dressing rooms. Restrooms were also renovated, including finishes, lighting, and renovations to make restrooms ADA compliant.
The exterior renovations of Buildings G are accomplished primarily through reskinning existing forms (walls, windows, roof) with new materials. The building largely retains its geometry and character while key features, such as entries and patios, are redesigned to simplify the architectural language and invite the campus visitor in. Additionally, the surrounding site will be updated to provide convenient parking while separating pedestrians from automobiles, an element of high importance given the young inhabitants of the campus buildings. The design vision for the renovation integrates the existing buildings into their forested surroundings and unites the campus. To achieve this, we have established a vocabulary of natural materials that create a timeless aesthetic and allow the landscape to take center stage.
The design is sensitive to the fabric of the community and acts as a buffer between the residential areas to the north and the commercial/ manufacturing areas to the south.The facility was greeted with enthusiasm by the Far North Community Coalition, which oversees development of the area.
Tohoqua Town Center is a 70-acre parcel within the larger Tohoqua Master Planned Development. For the area comprising the town center Wellogy undertook the creation of market demand analysis that uncovered the need for the following uses;
• Integrated Health & Wellness facility
• Food Hall
• Market rate apartments (micro apartments) • Charter School
• Assisted Living & Independent Senior Living • Market rate office space
• Small footprint retail uses
• Co-working spaces
A conceptual master land use plan was created that located and appropriately sized the intended uses. Using the planning information economic proformas were created for each of the uses.
Since 1999, Wellogy has been involved with nearly all facilities on the Ohio Expo Center’s 20-building campus. The firm understands the critical scheduling needs of the Center as it hosts the annual state fair and over 175 events for millions of people yearly. To meet the goals of the Ohio Expositions Commission to improve facilities and be a self-sufficient agency, Wellogy has implemented an aggressive multi-phased scheduling process that involves the client, consultants, and contractors that maximizes the windows of opportunities between events to complete construction.