Camilla Clinic

The building is composed of 13,865 sq. ft. and is a traditional steel structure, composed of steel columns and beams with a metal roof deck resting on metal joists for the main roof.  All exterior and interior walls are metal stud walls and the metal roof areas are framed with pre-engineered metal studs.  There are two types of roof systems; the main roof being a low-sloped TPO roof with roof drains and overflow scuppers and the lobby, porte-cochere, and tower roofs being standing seam metal roof panels with gutter and downspouts.  The building rests on a slab on grade with perimeter turndown and interior column footings.

Building layout consists of (15) exam rooms, (3) specialty exam rooms, (2) procedure rooms, an x-ray room, and (6) offices.  There are also (2) nurse stations and (3) waiting areas.

Interior finishes include painted drywall along with stone found at the main lobby columns.  Multiple flooring types were installed ranging from luxury vinyl plank to sheet vinyl to Italian ceramic tile.  Carpet and luxury vinyl tile were also used.  Casework is plastic laminate with both plastic laminate and solid surface countertops.

Exterior finishes are comprised mainly of brick, with the front building elevation consisting of some brick, manufactured stone, and precast stone.  The majority of the front building elevation consists of both large storefront windows and a large section of curtainwall with (2) automatic sliding doors.

The project also consisted of a moderate amount of sitework that included demolition of an existing house, a new (90) space parking lot, site lighting, building landscaping, a detention pond, and new DOT decel/turn lane.