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On behalf of the Ventura County Public Works and Health Care Agencies, we present a brief overview through the process of constructing the state of the art Ventura County Medical Center’s Hospital Replacement Wing.
The beautiful natural landscape of Ventura County played a major role in the design inspiration for the hospital replacement wing. One of the first things you see is this ripple panel, echoing the movement of flowing water, and the flow of patients and staff within a busy medical center environment.
This approximately $304 million project, handled by Ventura County Public Works Agency Engineering Services Department with the help of working together with the Ventura County Health Care Agency has moved quickly through three major construction phases. The first phase included the demolition, excavation, site preparation and laying the foundation, followed by the second phase of constructing of the building’s structural frame and, of course the third phase, finishing the walls, installing equipment and completing the outer façade. From start to finish, great care was taken to maintain excellence.
The new medical center wing totals 4 stories and 220,000 square feet of space. It will maintain 180 beds for patient care, along with a 28-bed capacity in the Intensive Care Unit, a 24-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and an 8-bed pediatric Intensive Care Unit. It will feature a new and expanded surgical department, and an emergency department that will be three times larger than the current facility with specialized trauma bays.
Additional facilities at the hospital replacement wing include diagnostics and imaging, obstetrics, central utilities plant and a central supply department.
The hospital replacement wing was constructed in compliance with state seismic standards for protection from damage from a potential earthquake episode. The building is planned to achieve LEED for Healthcare Silver certification, and will include beautiful gardens that offer a tranquil healing space along with skylights, green roofs, exterior canopies and screens. The facility also features an outdoor play area for pediatric patients.
Construction of the site of the art facility began in 2013, and will be completed in mid-2017.
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