At Cornerstone, we understand that patient safety is the top priority of healthcare administrators. Therefore, we strive to live up to the higher standards that this entails for healthcare construction. With this in mind, CCS has built concrete walls and buildings that house radiation vaults and cyclotrons, as well as foundations and hardscapes at new healthcare facilities.
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Nemours Children's Hospital (2009-2010)
95 Beds | 630,000 SF | Nemours Foundation | Skanska USA Building
This project was a new construction built to house Central Florida's newest children's hospital. CCS partnered with United Forming, Inc. to perform Division 3 concrete work. CCS crews were tasked to excavate, form, reinforce, and pour mass foundations. The completed six-story structure was awarded LEED Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.
WFTV Ch9 Nemours Children's Hospital
Burnham Institute for Medical Research (2008-2009)
175,000 SF | Sanford-Burnham Institute for Medical Research | BE&K, Inc.
This project was a new construction built to house research and development facilities at Lake Nona's Medical City. CCS was subcontracted by BE&K, Inc. to finish the facility's hardscape - including sidewalks, walkways and pavers. This project won the American Institute of Architects' Design Excellence Award for Sustainable Design in 2010, and the building is LEED Gold Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
South Seminole Hospital – Emergency Room & Surgery Center Addition (2003)
18,000 SF | Orlando Health | Bovis Lend Lease
This project was an expansion of South Seminole Hospital's emergency room, which grew from 3,000 SF to 18,000 SF during the addition. CCS was subcontracted to perform all concrete elements for a complete structure - including foundations, beams, columns, walls, elevated slabs, slab on grade, metal pan stairs & landings, and elevator pits.
South Lake Hospital – Center for Women's Health (2002-2003)
122 Beds | Orlando Health | Centex Rodgers
This project was a new addition to South Lake Hospital's health, wellness and education campus. CCS was subcontracted to perform all cast in place concrete – including foundations, columns, beams, and slab on metal deck; as well as the erection of a PSI system building frame.
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