The Aultman Health Foundation has partnered with Hammond Construction to build the Timken Family Cancer Center. The 48,000 square foot addition to the hospital will be a transformative project for Aultman.
The project involves significant site work and closure to a portion of Bedford Avenue to create a new front entrance and facade for Aultman Hospital. The cancer center will feature infusion bays that have an “outside-inside setting”. This allows every patient to not only see outdoors during their treatment, but they also have the ability to move outdoors from their treatment bay if they choose to do so.
The project will be completed in phases, with the 2-story addition of the infusion area and doctors offices first, and renovations of the existing radiology/oncology department imaging and radiation vaults to follow. The addition is scheduled for completion by July of 2022.
Akron City Hospital expanded its Emergency Services to provide 44 patient rooms, 10 triage rooms, new radiology services, and a partially underground, heated ambulance bay that is capable of serving more than 12 EMS squads simultaneously. The Level 1 Trauma Unit’s unique design is made to facilitate a team-based and paperless workflow for physicians and staff. Construction was completed in multiple phases to maintain the sensitive operations in the hospital’s treatment areas.
Union Hospital is nearly doubling its Emergency Department to accommodate increased patient volume and new technology. Hammond was selected as construction manager at risk to build a two-story addition, which will feature private treatment rooms, a triage unit, reception area, cardiac rooms, radiology, and support offices. There will also be specially designed rooms for maternity, bariatric, infectious isolation and behavioral health. Construction will take place while the hospital remains fully operational, with completion in the first quarter of 2016.
Hammond Construction was selected during the design process to serve as construction manager for the Aultman 2010 Expansion Project, a visionary growth and modernization plan. The centerpiece of the expansion project was an addition to the existing Aultman Hospital. The four-story building houses the Aultman Heart Center, Emergency / Trauma Center and women’s services including Labor and Delivery and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Summa in partnership with Vibra Healthcare constructed an all-inclusive rehabilitation hospital based on the specific needs of each patient. The 60-bed inpatient acute rehabilitation hospital includes large indoor/outdoor therapy training areas, an ADL suite, bariatric rooms, classrooms, and support space.
Hammond Construction was selected as the general trades’ contractor for Aultman’s Compassionate Care Center. This new facility is Stark County’s only inpatient hospice facility. The LEED Certified building includes a 12-private-bed inpatient hospice unit, grief counseling center, resource library, and children’s programming services.
Hammond Construction was selected as the general trades’ contractor for a multi-phased addition and renovation to Barberton Hospital. The project features an expanded Emergency department with a 10-bed Fast-Track Unit, triage area, 32 new ER treatment rooms and isolation and bariatric ready rooms. Additional improvements include a new serving line and dining area for staff and visitors.
As the general trades’ contractor, Hammond constructed a new free-standing Ambulatory Surgery Center specializing in ocular surgery and cutting edge eye care technology. The facility features 3 operating rooms, a central nurse station with a 10-bed recovery area, ophthalmology exam room, as well as administrative and other support spaces.
Hammond was chosen to be the design-builder for a new medical office building adjacent to the Akron General Health & Wellness Center located in Green, Ohio. This new satellite campus is quickly expanding, with the addition of a 42,000 square foot shell building space for physician offices. Hammond worked with a local architect and a developer, Rendina Companies, to design and construct this new facility.