VA Indianapolis: Specialty Care

Apogee provided MEP engineering and telecommunications design for this project, which included the renovation and expansion of a new 18,000 SF medical research and development building as well as the 10,000 SF renovation of ambulatory clinical space for an oncology clinic.

Additionally, 6,000 SF was renovated for the campus’s compensation and pension department, which included demolition and relocation of existing structures, utilities, and full MEP services.

Compensation & Pension Renovation, 8th Floor of Building 1

This 6,000 SF renovation provides new clinical space for the compensation and pension department. The space contains 12 general exam rooms and four behavioral health exam rooms as well as support offices. The project allows the VA to be more efficient in their processes by uniting the various offices into one location. The space provides enhanced services and direct patient and staff access with less square footage.

Medical Research and Development Building Addition, Building 5

This new 18,000 SF medical research and development building houses offices and dry lab spaces for specialty care along with new offices for engineering and contract services. The building was designed for vertical and horizontal expansion for an ultimate building size of 81,000 SF. This expansion consists of three planned phases, providing for future development while keeping the facility fully operational through construction.

Cancer Center Clinic Renovation, 6th Floor of Building 1

This renovation of an existing ambulatory clinical space provides a new 10,000 SF oncology clinic with chemotherapy and exam space, specialty treatment room spaces, and support spaces. The design incorporated a patient and family-friendly environment to reduces stress by offering an inviting setting that is calm and cheerful.

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