A.R. Marani, Inc. renovated an existing shell space on the 4th floor of the The Johns Hopkins Hospital Zayad Bloomberg Building. The renovation included light demolition, structural steel for new medical gas column, doors/frames/hardware, lead glass, lead lined drywall, acoustical ceilings, VCT & welded sheet vinyl flooring, paint, custom millwork and solid surface tops, window roller blinds, plumbing/HVAC, sprinkler, and electrical including new lighting and data.
The project was required to be completed during off hours at night to minimize disturbances to ongoing medical services in the surrounding spaces. Detailed infection control measures were required as the project took place in close vicinity to surgical and CT Scan/MRI rooms. The project included complex installation of a new medical gas column that included oxygen, nitrous oxide, air, vacuum, WAGD, emergency power, and dedicated voice/data.
|Architect||CR Goodman Associates, LLC|