Remodeling & Renovation
Convert existing physical therapy offices into exercise and fitness class rooms and a new weight room.
Significant patch work required to blend old office spaces in to new class rooms.
Tightly controlled project schedule to minimize interference with operations.
Patch work: We have 35 years of collective drywall experience in house.
Schedule: Right balance of subcontractors and in-house labor to control schedule. Meticulous management processes in place to ensure a smooth running project – start on time, end on time.
Convert existing conference room into medical exam offices and not affect adjacent operations.
Plumbing logistics of adding new restrooms and hooking in to existing facilities. Required extensive concrete demolition and excavation to locate existing sewer lines 4’ below existing floor. Work was completed across a hallway from operational pharmacy.
Coordinate reconstruction of two entrances while minimizing impact to clients and staff.
Utilize existing HVAC system without affecting performance of system in adjacent spaces
Skilled in house labor force and material procurement and planning processes deployed to ensure minimal impact to clients and staff.
HVAC: strong relationships with trade partners ensure our approach is the most effective and efficient strategy possible.
Add additional space to existing Health Care Clinic for group therapy purposes.
Zoning classification of building changed prior to remodel and required substantial coordination with several different regulatory agencies
Civil engineering solutions to address water drainage,
Renovate existing 15,000 sq. ft. inpatient acute crisis stabilization unit to meet Centers for Medicare Services hospital accreditation
Unit remained in full operation with staff and patients on site during renovation efforts
Isolation of project components to minimize interruptions to client care and maintain safe conditions for staff and patients
Multiple and varied internal and external stakeholder needs throughout project
Multiple and significant upgrades required to resolve existing building concerns
3-month planning process to clarify and plan every detail
Construction phasing solutions that minimized loss of patient beds and operational capacity
Substantial coordination and planning with trade partners to identify potential cost saving measures and ensure smooth project execution and completion
Skilled in-house labor to expedite completion
MMHC is prepared to enter into CMS hospital licensure process, be better able to serve a broader base of clients within Mohave County, and provide a safe, comfortable, welcoming and caring atmosphere for residents needing crisis stabilization services.
Renovate existing 4,500 sq. ft. building to help revitalize Old Town Kingman. Space was built in early 1900’s and was in an inoperable state.
Return building structural integrity and minimize impact to historical elements.
Demolish and reconstruct roof and ceiling while preserving historical tin ceiling tiles.
3 month planning process to clarify and plan every detail of the plan
Construction phasing solutions that minimized loss of patient beds and operational capacity.
Substantial coordination and planning with Trade Partners to both identify potential cost saving measures and ensure smooth project execution.
Skilled in-house labor to expedite completion.