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Hammes Company projects featured in 2010 Architectural Showcase

BROOKFIELD, Wis., October 27, 2010 – Last month, The Center for Health Design, in conjunction with Vendome Group, named the facilities and project teams across the country included in this year’s Architectural Showcase. All named projects were reviewed by an extensive panel of architects, interior designers, and facility-based experts, each with a vast healthcare facility design background. Hammes Company’s projects were recognized and highlighted in the September issue of Healthcare Design magazine, which annually presents the entire Showcase.

This year, over 100 projects were included in the peer-appointed Showcase, organized by facility type such as critical access hospitals and emergency departments. Of those award-winning facilities, 21 were nominated for Citation Awards and three were ultimately chosen for that honor.

Hammes Company’s recognized projects were featured across several categories: Cancer Center, Ambulatory Care Center, Community Hospital and Medical Office Building, and Medical Center.

University of New Mexico Cancer Treatment & Clinical Research Facility - Cancer Center
Completed in 2010, this 206,000 SF academic cancer center located in Albuquerque, New Mexico stands as a major addition to the University of New Mexico (UNM) Health Sciences campus. In addition to managing the cancer center project, Hammes Company managed a major road improvement for UNM Health Sciences Center, adding a roundabout and traffic lanes to the existing hospital’s main traffic entrance. The project was awarded the Citation of Merit amongst all cancer centers named to this year's Showcase.

Moses Cone Health System, MedCenter - Ambulatory Care Center
Located in High Point, North Carolina, this facility is part of a two-phased ambulatory network strategy that was planned by Hammes Company. Completed in 2009, this 76,000 SF facility includes a freestanding emergency department, advanced imaging, mobile imaging, rehabilitation services, medical oncology, family medicine, and orthopedics. Hammes Company acted as project manager during the development of this ambulatory care center.

Swedish Issaquah - Community Hospital & MOB
Reflecting the architectural heritage of the Pacific Northwest, Swedish Issaquah in Issaquah, Washington will include an acute-care community hospital complete with a “no-wait” emergency department, comprehensive ACC, 175,000 SF MOB and structured parking on 12.5 acres. The MOB and outpatient center are scheduled to open next summer, and the hospital will open in early 2012. Hammes Company is currently serving as Swedish’s development partner on several key projects.

Aurora Medical Center - Medical Center
This 52-acre campus located in Summit, Wisconsin provides patients, staff and visitors with a comprehensive integrated healthcare model via an acute-care facility, cancer center and MOB in a single 802,000 SF facility. The campus overlooks a 14-acre lake with panoramic views of nature for all to enjoy. There is also a 29,000 SF healing garden and a mile-long walking path on this campus which was completed in 2010.

All recognized projects can be viewed on the web at www.healthcaredesignmagazine.com.  


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