The Durham Outpatient Center project was a three-phase renovation of 26,000 SF of space on levels one and four of the Durham Outpatient Center. Phase I involved the construction of a new Pediatrics Clinic on level I of the Durham. This project constructed examination rooms, a waiting area, and laboratory in the approximate 9,200 SF space.
Phases II and III involved renovation of the Olson Center for Women’s Health. The OB/GYN services, waiting room, nurse triage room, social work office, and Women’s Health Resource Center were relocated to the west half of the fourth floor. The Resource Center is separated into clinical and surgical operations. The clinical area includes four exam rooms, waiting areas and offices. The surgical area includes two procedure rooms and eight dressing and recovery rooms. The west half of the Center includes a new Breast Center, Imaging Center, exam and procedure rooms for primary care and specialty Internal Medicine care.
Boyd Jones self-performed much of the work in order to maintain control of quality and an aggressive completion schedule. Work performed included: footings and foundations, steel erection, wood framing, roofing, finish carpentry, doors, hardware, and specialties.