Projects Under Construction
Plainfield Community Health Center
Capacity: 35 exam rooms
Area: 32,000 sq.ft.
Total cost: $7 mil.
Complete: May 1996
The design of the facility is based on a “distributed waiting area” approach that pivots around a central core where circulation patterns are readily apparent and patients can be monitored. Patients and their families enter the building through a skylight lobby into a two story spacious reception/ waiting area. The main waiting area is surrounded above by windows and a skylight that warms the interior with cascades of natural light; creating a bright, airy environment for patients and staff. The central core waiting area activities include billing, appointments, routing and consultation. Clinical Departments grouped around the core contain their own waiting areas and are identified by color coded graphic signage that reinforces circulation routes.
The Health Center will house; OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Adult Medicine, Triage, Podiatry, Radiology, Laboratory, Dental, Administrative Staff, Physicians and Social Services Offices. Each clinical area is intended to operate independently and incorporate some expansion capabilities, i.e. offices that can be turned into examination rooms, flex offices, and future expansion areas. The second floor is reserved for administration, financial, and staff facilities. The lower level contains service areas with provisions for the future.
Coutroom, U.S. Federal Courthouse
Brooklyn Home for Aged People
Studio Museum in Harlem
New York City, N.Y.
The Old East Orange Police building is a two (2) story steel-framed structure with masonry walls and reinforced concrete floor slabs. The building was constructed circa 1929 of materials in common usage during that period. The building walls enclose approximately 12,500 SF per story. Adjacent to the main building are locker rooms and external storage buildings. The existing East Orange Health Department building on New Street, is a three story building (also constructed circa 1929) the square footage is approximately 4,230 SF per story. The building was constructed circa 1929 of materials in common usage during that period. The City wished to renovate its Health Department and re-purpose the old Police Building on N.Munn Avenue, to satisfy its growing need for municipal space. The project goal is to provide modern, energy efficient and ADA compliant office buildings.
Restoration & Renovation of the Old Police Building & Health Building and East Orange City Hall Campus
East Orange, N.J.
East Orange Police Facility,
East Orange, NJ
CHS Construction Company working in conjunction with Mast Construction as the Project Management, renovated an old abandoned Bank building into a state of the art police facility.
Prudential's Gateway III Pedestrian Bridge